recipes for: Seasonal
These crispy Asian Brussels Sprouts are pan seared, then coated in a marinade of soy sauce, rice vinegar, and sesame oil. Add fresh cilantro, scallions, chopped peanuts, and Thai chilies for heat! Naturally vegan and easily adaptable to be gluten-free with tamari. A fun, exciting, sweet and spicy side dish!
Crab stuffed shrimp is an elegant starter to any meal, and particularly beautiful in a Feast of the Seven Fishes holiday celebration! Sweet crabmeat is mixed with Ritz cracker crumbs, Old Bay, Dijon, Worcestershire sauce, and fresh herbs, then stuffed into butterflied jumbo shrimp. Bake until light golden brown, then serve with parsley and a squeeze of lemon.
Creating your own bloody mary bar at home is far easier than it sounds! Take help from your favorite market and buy store-bought garnishes -- shrimp! bacon! olives! -- to take your bloody marys from drab to fab with minimal effort. Totally acceptable to make a double batch. DIY bloody mary bars are the perfect brunch treat!
You will never buy store-bought applesauce after making this homemade version! Requiring little more than time, a microwave, and a foley mill, this is the BEST applesauce you will ever make!
This hearty White Bean Kale Soup, made with canned tomatoes, canned white beans, and lacinato kale is packed with flavor without being too heavy. It's thick, rich, and creamy! Easily adaptable to be Whole30 compliant, it's filled with vegetables, healthy, and so delicious! GF
Roast rack of lamb is an elegant main course for holiday meals and dinner parties alike! Panko breadcrumbs, goat cheese, and fresh rosemary create an herb crust that turns golden brown when roasted. Serve with roasted grapes and a red wine reduction.
Wondering what to do with all those Thanksgiving leftovers? They're no longer a problem thanks to these cornbread stuffing waffles! Top with a fried egg (or some gravy, if you have it), for a delicious savory post Turkey Day breakfast or brunch!
This cheesy cauliflower gratin is an easy-to-make vegetarian side dish that’s perfect for Thanksgiving. It's got lots of gruyere, Parmesan, and breadcrumbs, with a super creamy sauce. Everyone will want seconds! Vegetarian
This rich, deeply flavored veal marsala recipe features thinly sliced veal cutlets, sautéed mushrooms, onions, and a marsala wine sauce. Cook until thick, then serve with mashed potatoes, a side salad, and some crusty bread for an elegant dinner at home.