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Guava Crumble Bars

This Guava jam crumble bar recipe was a great use of the jam we made through our Puree Project (check out our blog about that here) with Wislla Distribution! These bars have an oat and graham cracker base, which gives great texture and flavor without adding too much sugar to the jam and topping. Check out the recipe for these below and let us know if you make these!

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Guava Pastries – Two Ways

Check out these two takes, one #nondairy friendly guava-only pastry, and one take on a traditional Cuban guava and cream cheese pastry using our recipe for Guava jam we made through our Puree Project (check out our blog about that here) w/Wislla Distribution! These two were both delish, but I think I liked the solely guava version better, as it let the fruit flavor shine through. Check out both versions below and let us know what you think!

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Guava Shortbread Sandwich Cookies

Check out this recipe for these delicious shortbread cookies we made with the Guava jam recipe, made possible through our Puree Project (check out our blog about that here) with Wislla Distribution! These were so fun and easy to put together and were probably our favorite thing we made with the guava jam!

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Guava Jam

Check out this recipe for Guava jam we made through our Puree Project (check out our blog about that here) with Wislla Distribution! This was absolutely delicious put into cookies and pastries!

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South Carolina “Bird Dog”

This recipe is inspired by the “Bird dog”, a dish at one of our favorite local hole-in-the-wall restaurants near Greenville, SC called Mac Smith’s. This is one of those hyper-local regional favorites, to the point that Google doesn’t really know what a “Bird dog” is! Check out our blog associated with this recipe and how to make the homemade version of this classic South Carolina special, wherever you are!

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Chicken & Sweet Potato Hash

One of favorite things to use when we go camping is our cast iron skillet! This five ingredient Chicken & Sweet Potato Hash was delish and so easy to make. This recipe takes a long time with marinading time, however, could be sped up if making or baking at home.

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Pickled Cabbage & Onions

This was our first try at pickling anything and it turned out amazing (not to #humblebrag or anything). Had a head of cabbage and a a few types of onions to use, which added both flavor, crunch, & color to these beauties. The spices in this recipe could be subbed out or changed based on availability or preference – get creative with your pickled veggies!

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Colombian Carnitas Marinade

Ya’ll know I love anything that can start as a base for tacos, and this citrus marinade is no exception! I wanted to adapt a typical citrus carnitas marinade recipe to include the Naranjilla (Colombian citrus) puree from our friends at Wislla Distribution. However, if you can’t find this from your local Mexican grocery store, you could sub that out with orange or lemon juice in equal quantities.

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Honey Dijon Citrus Wings

I wanted to re-create a recipe for some Honey Citrus wings we had at a bar recently that we absolutely loved, using some of our new fruit purees! For this recipe, we used the Naranjilla (a Colombian citrus) from our friends at Wislla Distribution, however, you could sub that out with orange juice, lime juice, or another citrus fruit juice of choice.

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Tropical Tanager Tea

The Multi-colored Tanager is a species of bird native to the mountains of Colombia, so I thought it was a great muse to name this tea after! This recipe is an homage to one of Colombia’s prettiest species, as the ingredients I chose to add to this tropical tea recipe match the bird’s vibrant colors. For this recipe, we used one of the amazing fruit purees from our friends at Wislla Distribution, the Naranjilla (a Colombian citrus) fruit, however, you could sub that out with orange juice, mango nectar, or another mixed fruit juice of choice!

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