Tip of The Month

March 2015- St. Patrick’s Day Favorite

You don’t have to be Irish to enjoy some corned beef. Make it flavorful by sprinkling a little Accent onto the meat prior to cooking.



February 2015- Flavorful Side

Baked potatoes can be boring. Cut them in half and season with your favorite spices and cheese, and of course, Accent!


January 2015- Say Goodbye to the Cold

January can be very cold. Warm yourself up with some comfort food! Try making a chicken pot pie this month. Sprinkle Accent into your chicken mixture prior to baking for that added something.


December 2014- Flavorful Holiday Meals

Whether you are making ham, prime rib or turkey for your holiday meal, be sure to sprinkle Accent onto your meat prior to cooking. The end result will be delicious and absolutely flavorful.


November 2014- Thanksgiving Side Suggestion

Oven-roasted asparagus can be a great side dish for Thanksgiving dinner. Drizzle olive oil over asparagus and sprinkle with Accent, garlic powder, salt and pepper. Bake at 350F for 10 minutes.


October 2014- Perfect Potatoes

Give your potatoes flavor! Place quartered potatoes on a baking sheet; sprinkle with Accent and your favorite seasonings. Bake until golden.


September 2014- Dinner Suggestion

Awaken your taste buds! When making meatloaf, sprinkle a little Accent into your ground meat prior to cooking.



August 2014- A Tip for Asparagus

Don’t just steam your asparagus! Place your cleaned asparagus in a bowl. Drizzle olive oil and sprinkle Accent and salt and pepper onto them. Turn until covered in olive oil and seasonings. Place on grill, turning frequently until cooked to your liking.


July 2014- Get Grilling

Looking for a new way to enjoy salmon? Sprinkle a little Accent and seasonings onto your fillet prior to grilling. Place your fish onto a lightly greased grill on medium heat. If you enjoy crispy skin, be sure to place the salmon skin side down.


June 2014- Tip for Grilling Ribs

BBQ season is here! Create a dry rub for your ribs by mixing together herbs, pepper, salt, spices and a little Accent. The result will be a flavorful crust.


May 2014- A New Way For Chicken

Enjoy a flavorful and tender chicken this Spring! Combine 1/3 cup brown sugar, 2 tsp. chili powder, 1 tsp. onion powder, 2 tsp. paprika, 1 tsp. dry mustard, 1 tsp. Accent and ¼ tsp. pepper together.  Place a 3-4 pound whole chicken on a half-full can of beer, legs at the bottom. Rub seasoning mix on the inside and outside of chicken. Grill on medium high heat for about 1 hour and 15 minutes or until done. Enjoy!

Accent's Beer Can Roasted Chicken Recipe

April 2014- The Perfect Burger

Are you a fan of hamburgers? Make a delicious and flavorful burger by sprinkling Accent onto your beef patty before grilling. Top with your choice of bacon, cheese, lettuce and tomato.


March 2014- Pork Made Right

Pork chops make a great delicious meal for dinner. Season your pork chops with a little Accent, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper or with your favorite spices. Cook in a lightly greased pan on medium heat until lightly browned on both sides.


February 2014- Tip for Cooking Italian

Make an out of this world Italian dish! When making meatballs, sprinkle Accent onto your ground beef to make your meatballs delicious and flavorful. If you are not a fan of beef, try it with ground turkey instead.


January 2014- Flavorful Beef Stew

Winter is in full swing. Keep warm by enjoying a homemade beef stew. Whether you use beef chuck or round cut, sprinkle Accent on your meat before cooking.

Stew Beef in Red Wine Daube de Bouef Provencal

December 2013- Enjoy a Holiday Ham

Before baking, sprinkle Accent onto your ham. The result will be a delicious and flavorful meal that will have your guests lining up for seconds.

Holliday honey ham

November 2013- Flavorful Turkey

Turkey is the main course at Thanksgiving dinner. Enjoy an extra flavorful meal by sprinkling Accent on your turkey prior to roasting.


October 2013- Soup Season Is Here

Cold weather marks the season of soups and stews. If you are making a soup or stew this fall or winter, be sure to sprinkle Accent on your vegetables or meats. Doing so will bring out the flavors of your ingredients. 


September 2013- Bring Out the Flavor

Bring out the flavor of your ingredients when making an Asian stir-fry. Sprinkle Accent Flavor Enhancer on all your vegetables and meat or shrimp to create a flavorful delicious meal. 



August 2013- Enjoy Flavorful Chicken

Cut small slits crosswise along your chicken breast, making sure not to cut all the way through.  The slits will allow Accent or your marinade to soak into the meat and for the meat to cook more evenly.


July 2013-Don’t Let Your Food Stick

After using Accent on your meats, spray your grill with cooking spray (Chef’s Joy Olive or Canola Oil) to prevent your food from sticking.             

©Blue Moon Studio, Inc.

June 2013-Try Roasting

Not a fan of grilled vegetables? Roast them instead! Sprinkle Accent on your favorite vegetables and place into your preheated oven (450°F) for 10-15 minutes.


May 2013- Grill the Perfect Dinner

A helpful reminder for all grill masters! When unsure, it is always better to undercook, than overcook your food. You can always put it back on the grill.

April 2013- Cooking Tip

Making kabobs for dinner? Make sure to soak wooden skewers in water for 20 minutes before grilling to prevent them from burning.

And remember to sprinkle Accent Flavor Enhancer on your meat and vegetables!


March 2013 – Add Flavor Not Salt

Accent has 60% less sodium than salt and is a terrific alternative for people watching their sodium intake. Try adding Accent to your next meal instead of salt and you’ll find that a little Accent makes a big improvement in flavor that the whole family will love.


February 2013 – Low-Fat Foods

Accent is great on low-fat foods! It wakes-up food flavor! Why settle for bland food? Since Accent Flavor Enhancer doesn’t add any fat or calories, it’s perfect for making today’s low-fat foods taste better.


January 2013 – Accent Best use

We don’t recommend using Accent on any sweet foods, rather it’s best used with savory foods and all types of meats and seafoods!