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This homemade mushroom, onion, and sage stuffing recipe is a great companion for roasted or grilled chicken, turkey, and pork dishes.
Grilled butternut squash highlights the squash’s natural sweetness while crisping up the outside. Add a honey maple glaze with a little char and you have a delicious grilled squash recipe worth eating all year long.
The flavors in this smokehouse potato salad recipe come from a smoky mayonnaise and bacon that are perfect for good BBQ or anything from the grill.
Smoky mayonnaise is a great way to bring a garlicky, smoky flavor to potato salads, roast beef sandwiches, and burgers. This homemade smoky mayo recipe gets its tasty flavors from smoked paprika, garlic, and apple cider vinegar.
A simple way to create an eye-popping presentation is to serve roasted Brussels sprouts still on the stalk. The secret to this roasted Brussel sprouts recipe is how olive oil, lemon juice, and honey add flavor as the sprouts roast.
Tomatoes and mozzarella come together to create a simple late summer caprese salad that is a delicious way to highlight the flavors in heirloom tomatoes.
Having a homemade creamy ranch style dressing recipe at one’s fingertips helps make sure everyone eats their veggies. This ranch dressing recipe takes 10 minutes to make and keeps for a couple of weeks in the fridge.
It is the simplest thing in the world to make vinaigrette salad dressing. This easy vinaigrette recipe is delicious and a great way to start making homemade salad dressings.
What makes these grilled mushrooms so delicious is how the lemon juice adds a hint of acid, brightening up the mushrooms, and how the olive oil helps the fresh rosemary and thyme stick to the mushrooms as they’re grilled.
Cheesy polenta with asiago and parmesan cheese is a rustic Italian dish that is versatile enough to work as a quick side dish or take center stage in Italian feast.
What makes Refrigerator Pickles with Fennel and Dill one of our favorite refrigerator pickle recipes is how the different parts of the fennel add different flavors and textures to the pickles and how the dill evokes a warm summer day.
This refrigerator pickle recipe only takes a few minutes to make and is a tasty way to eat more veggies. We like to eat these refrigerator pickles as a side dish, appetizer, or accouterments to sandwiches, burgers, and BBQ.
What makes this roasted carrot recipe work is how the olive oil and lemon juice come together to create a light sauce that highlights the flavors in the fresh herbs and spices while helping the carrots cook up nice and juicy.
Making Spanish rice from scratch is easy to do, tastes better, and is a lot healthier than buying a mix full of words you can’t pronounce. This Spanish rice recipe gets its flavors from a few simple spices and sautéing the vegetables at the start.
Risotto is one of the recipes that every cook needs to know. The technique for making risotto becomes easier with practice, and the simplicity of just a few ingredients that turn into a creamy, soothing texture make this risotto recipe a perfect weeknight dish.
With an earthy Northwoods flavor, wild rice is a unique and underappreciated ingredient. This wild rice recipe uses chicken stock, bacon, and sauteed peppers to add interesting flavors and textures to the dish.
A good cranberry sauce is a great way to compliment roast turkey and pork dishes. This recipe uses a touch of bourbon and cinnamon to add some depth of flavor and interesting notes to the cranberry sauce.
This stuffing recipe combines sweet and savory with just the right balance to pair well with all the other Thanksgiving dishes. Sometimes I also make it for dinner and serve the stuffing with a salad on the side.