Appetizer Recipes

  • Elevated Seven Layer Dip

    Everyone loves a delicious seven-layer dip, and we just had to make ours with some tasty twists.

  • Roasted Garlic with Cambozola

    Whole heads of roasted garlic taste fantastic when spread on crusty bread with a drizzle of good olive oil. We love sharing this recipe with a bit of soft cheese like Cambozola or brie alongside for a perfect appetizer or light meal.

  • Roasted Asparagus with Burrata and Tomatoes

    This is an excellent and easy one pan dish made with soft burrata and plenty of basil. Finish with a drizzle of good balsamic vinegar and serve with artisan bread alongside for a fantastic and fast vegetarian meal.

  • Oregon Pulled Pork Nachos

    Carlton Farms slow-roasted pulled pork shredded over Salsas Locas chips, topped with Oregon cheeses, salsa and sour cream is a sure-fire way to score big on game day. Leftover pork – in the rare case that happens – makes excellent tacos and quesadillas.

  • Brie & Pear Puff Pastry with Balsamic Syrup

    Searing and then braising pork with bacon, apples and cabbage delivers a succulent dish that is so delicious, you’ll be going for seconds.

  • Miso-Glazed Vegetables with Kefir-Kombucha Sauce

    Fermented foods provide great health benefits. We have combined several here to accompany our favorite miso-glazed roasted vegetables.

  • Grilled Peaches with Charred Cabbage & Chèvre

    Grilling peaches assists in concentrating their juicy sweetness and can help soften even slightly underripe fruit. Our choice is to keep the preparation simple, so that the fruit can shine as the star in this recipe.

  • Tomatoes & Burrata

    This simple summer salad is a perfect use for juicy tomatoes and fresh basil. Fresh mozzarella can be subbed for the burrata, if desired.

  • Roasted Peppers Salad with Feta, Olives and Almonds

    A delicious salad of roasted (or grilled) sweet peppers, tossed with Greek olives, feta, almonds and olive oil. Serve with grilled naan or pita for an easy, warm-weather outdoor nosh.