I thought the honey mustard was good when I made it but got sweeter as it sat. The barbecue sauce was really good, I added about twice as much lemon juice and lots of hot sauce. The garlic dill sauce was in need of lots of salt, especially on meat that was unsalted. I think next time I'll salt my meat after I cut it into chunks and skip the honey mustard sauce and just use the hot mustard.
Not the usual sauces I would use for fondue but they were ok for a change.
Excellent selection of sauces for fondue & beyond. I made teh garlic dill for our fondue night & the honey mustard just to try it. I liked the dill w/our salmon & chicken. I plan halve it in the future as a little extra to go with some grilled or broiled fish. The honey mustard was just a little 'more' than the bottled stuff - def. worth the small effort involved. I plan to make it again for chicken strips.
I made this for valetines day with a cheese fondue and a chocolate desert fondue. The sauces were very good. I really liked the garlic dill and my husbands favorite was the honey mustard. Very good. Thanks!!
I tried only the three sauces and they were very good. Thanks, Bergy, for posting.
I'm not going to rate this because I only made the garlic dill recipe. Even though we're diehard garlic lovers, I would have to cut WAY back on the fresh garlic to enjoy this sauce. Certainly a lot of potential here, but I'll ease up next time to maybe 1/2 teaspoon. Also I used dried dill and should have used fresh. I'm saving this to try the other sauces as well. Thank you, Bergy.
I made the honey mustard sauce with grilled chicken - my husband (who's VERY picky) loved it! I did double the amount of honey that I used
We had fondue for Christmas Dinner. I made your garlic dill sauce, it was wonderful. I have plenty leftover, but I think it would be great with chips!