A side dish for the holiday, and a poem to help keep anxiety from being front-and-center for the holidays.
While green bean casserole is a Thanksgiving classic, there are other ways to serve green beans. This recipe is simple, quick, and uses fresh green beans.
Bring a little zest to your Thanksgiving table. This raw cranberry relish is sweet and tangy with a definite twist with using tangerines instead of oranges.
Homemade soft dinner rolls with bring a special touch to your Thanksgiving table.
This traditional cornbread made-from-scratch stuffing for roasts, chops, turkey and chicken, is also a perfect Thanksgiving turkey stuffing. Use the the leftovers for baked acorn squash.
Make enough cornbread stuffing for Thanksgiving to use with stuffed baked acorn squash.
Couscous with the flavors of fruit and spices make this an easy and elegant side dish for Thanksgiving.
The sweetness of caramelized Vidalia onions pairs with marjoram and salty goat cheese for a light and creamy soufflé packed with flavor.
Classic appetizer of hollowed out potato filled with cheese, bacon, and sour cream.
Make macaroni salad even better with bacon, buttermilk dressing, and cheese. Toss in a few veggies, too, if the mood strikes you.
Still feel like summer in your neck of the woods? Hit the season's last cookouts with this ramen slaw, which has a basic coleslaw or broccoli slaw base, punctuated by crunchy ramen bits.
Stuffed peppers are the perfect solution for a quick weeknight meal. They also make a colorful dish to serve to guests for lunch or dinner.
Fresh field peas get a boost in flavor from summer herbs. For added flavor, add a few strips of bacon to your herb packet and then simmer with the peas to make an aromatic side dish.
Grill the freshest corn you can find, and dress it up with creamy mayo, zesty lime, sweet honey, spicy sriracha, and salty cheese, to take the sweet, slightly nutty, lightly charred, juicy corn kernels to a whole new level.
It may sound strange, but grilled kale is delicious! Pair it with spiced rice and a seafood main course for a light and simple dinner.
This summer stuff all those bright tomatoes with a summer squash, onion, and cheese filling. These beauties make a great addition to a veggie plate, or a side for a meatier meal.
Blend yellow tomatoes and peppers with olive oil and spices for this simple summer gazpacho. Garnish with nuts, chives, radishes, and grapes for a sophisticated finish.
Tomato season is finally here! Pair this bright, summery side dish with a grilled steak or fish fillet.
The fifth taste sensation, umami, with its 'pleasant savory taste' comes through perfectly in this delicious butter. It pairs well with steak, as it is in this recipe, but can complement any dish in need of some nuanced flavor.
This delicious (and healthy) version of hummus turns zucchini, the ubiquitous summer vegetable, into a great spread for crackers or crisps. The red onion, olive oil, and mixture of spices gives the fresh zucchini a nuanced flavor.
If you are stuck with more cucumbers in your garden than you know what to do with, mix some up with rice wine vinegar, sesame seeds, and cilantro for an Asian-inspired cucumber salad.
A mix of zucchini and mushrooms with the perfect blend of spices thrown in for a quick sauté makes for a delicious summer side dish. With garlic, olive oil, oregano, and a dash of Parmesan cheese for a finish, eating your veggies has never been so savory.
When tossed with coconut oil, soy sauce, and maple syrup, roasted cabbage has a natural sweetness and a mellow flavor. Gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan, this recipe will work in almost any situation.
A lime juice dressing brightens things up in this cold grain salad. Make the full recipe to serve a crowd, or halve it for a family dinner.