This cranberry applesauce is a great addition to any holiday table. It’s delicious on latkes and a great side for other holiday celebrations. It’s low in sugar and full of antioxidants and vitamin C, making any leftovers a great addition to your yogurt or oatmeal as well.Read More
In need of some greens for your holiday table? This is your answer. It’s simple, fresh, and can be made a day or two ahead of time, making it the perfect complement to an indulgent, celebratory meal.Read More
A quick and easy side dish that fills your house with the aromas of fall. The array of herbs bring a savory and rustic flavor to an otherwise sweet vegetable. Serve with roast chicken or baked salmon for a satisfying fall meal.Read More
This simple fall salad features chioggia beets, a beautiful candy stripe beet, that is both sweet and earthy. The beets are paired with spicy arugula and creamy goronzola for a well balanced salad that is anything but ordinary.Read More
This kelp noodle salad is packed with colorful, nutrient-rich vegetables and tossed with a mouthwatering peanut-dressing. It’s light, yet filling, and pairs beautifully with fish, chicken or tofu. If you haven’t tried kelp before, this recipe is your chance!Read More
Just a few ingredients pack a ton of flavor into this dish. Nutty farro paired with crunchy asparagus, and creamy feta tossed with a bright lemony dressing and fresh mint create a light, yet filling side ready complement all things grilled or BBQ this summer.Read More
Who's ready for Thanksgiving? Every year it sneaks up on me (how is it mid-November already?), but it is HANDS DOWN my favorite holiday. A holiday where the sole focus is enjoying really good food with your friends and family - that speaks to my soul. Thanksgiving with my family is a serious event. Like if you don't learn to pace yourself, you're not going to make it to the pie (or maybe even past the appetizers). Although it doesn't seem possible, my aunt outdoes herself Every. Single. Year.Read More
Inspired by truffle Parmesan fries, this is the dish for Brussels sprouts lovers and naysayers alike.
I have to admit that for the longest time, I really disliked Brussels sprouts. I remember when they became the "it" vegetable and started showing up on what seemed like every restaurant menu prepared in a variety of ways from Thai-style to Southern-style to coated with bacon and maple syrup. Friends would order them for the table while I gave those poor sprouts the side eye. As much as I love when vegetables get all the attention, I just couldn't understand the obsession.
Then I married a guy whose favorite vegetable is Brussels sprouts.Read More