Dijon Horseradish Sauce

I was just looking to create a sauce for roasted potatoes and broccoli to jazz them up a bit. Some kind of potato salad twist type thing.

I landed on a mustard based sauce since I had a fresh bottle of dijon. You know what they say, use what you have. That advice applies now more than ever, under current circumstances.

This is super easy to put together. Whisk together a few ingredients and you're all set. Keep those potatoes moist and delicious. A lighter, fresher variation on classic potato salad. And, of course, vegan.

Ingredients
2 tbls dijon mustard
2 tbls apple cider vinegar
2 tbls hot sauce
1 tbl horseradish
2 tsps salt
1 tsp garlic powder
2 tsps turmeric
2 tbls olive oil

Whisk together all ingredients except olive oil.

Drizzle in the oil while whisking until a nice emulsion is formed.

I created this for roasted potatoes and broccoli, but this sauce has endless possibilities. It's tangy, spicy and a little bit creamy. Go nuts with it!


there's often internet chatter about food waste, particularly in America, and how that contributes to overall hunger.

I hate to waste food. I'm adamant about finishing the bread even though the use by date was a week ago. I'm not falling for it. Just another trick by manufactuers to get us to discard perfectly usable food and spend more money.

Bread seems to magically stay fresh for weeks. It just doesn't go stale like it used to when I was younger.

And I fail to understand how garbage food like oreos and keebler cookies can expire. If anything they were never fit for human consumption to begin with.

This whole mass dating system is just one more example of ambgious rules being maniuplated by unscrupulous companies to convince fearful consumers that they need to discard and buy more. Captilaism at its ugliest peak.

I'm 40 and when I was a kid nothing had dates except eggs, milk, cheese and meats. Now everything does. It's a ridiculous and inspidid deception taht's duped millions into throwing out perfectly good food and throwing away money they don't have to buy 'fresh' versions of food they alreayd had and could've safely cosnumed.
Capitalism on the face of it is a perfectly respectable premise. But it has been so perverted by greedy big business.

Still, I fail to see how ably budgeted folks wasting less can benefit those in need. is theere some cosmic wormhole that magically funnels what those who have don't waste  into the cupboards os those in need/?