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Tender young pumpkin stuffed with wild rice and cranberries makes for a fun and tasty dish. Serve as a light lunch or with an entrée of your choice, a fresh green salad, and a glass of dry rosé or white wine for a beautiful fall dinner.
Mushrooms and red bell peppers combine with black-eyed peas in this flavorful vegetarian entrée. Sunflower seeds add a crunchy finish, but pumpkin seeds taste great with this dish, too.
Top this classic spring side dish with shards of Parmigiano-Reggiano for a savory garnish.
Trust us, you'll want to serve these tender, spicy braised greens with cornbread on the side so that you can crumble it into the bowl to soak up the "pot likker".
Partially cooking the potatoes before they hit the grill is key to cooking this delicious side dish just right. Serve alongside grilled chicken legs or pork chops, if desired.
As an alternative to serving this bright, tart condiment with roasted turkey or chicken, stir a spoonful of it into a cup of yogurt or a tall smoothie for breakfast.
Fold chopped steamed vegetables or cubes of baked tofu into this easy side dish, if you like, and drizzle with fresh lemon juice. Serve alongside roasted fish or chicken for a great match.
These sweet potatoes served atop pineapple rings are an appealing way to get kids (and adults) to eat more healthy vegetables. Lightly sweetened with maple syrup and orange juice, they're a terrific alternative to the standard sugar-laden sweet potato casseroles.
Though parsnips resemble carrots they're never eaten raw. Here they reach their peak of flavor by being steamed, then roasted with tender, rich results.
Make up a batch of this spiced butter and slather on freshly baked biscuits, muffins, bagels, waffles or pancakes. And, of course, it is divine on plain old toast!
This gluten and dairy-free version of this festive bread will make a delicious addition to your holiday breakfast menu. You may also like to try our Cranberry Banana Oat Bread.
Thanks to a reader for these delicious gluten-free muffins sweetened with honey. Even those not used to alternative flours will love the extremely moist and tender crumb, thanks to the bananas and dried apricots, which almost melt into the background. Almond flour and honey add richness of flavor. A darker honey, such as buckwheat or chestnut, works nicely in this recipe.
A wonderful gluten-free dressing starts with a delicious gluten-free cornbread. This version is perfect alongside a steaming bowl of stew or chili. If making stuffing, prepare the cornbread a day ahead, cut into 1-inch cubes and allow to dry out overnight.
This gluten-free version of the classic Irish soda bread is flavorful and crumbly, rather like an oversized scone, and best eaten within a day or two of baking.
This is a beautiful salad-full of bright color and interesting shapes. Always look for small fresh squid tubes or shells instead of the frozen rings. They have a much better in flavor and texture. Be sure to cook squid quickly, as it tends to become very rubbery if cooked too long.
We love this dish because it pairs spicy catfish with the clean flavors of the succotash salad. Be sure to turn on your stove's exhaust fan while blackening.
Light and refreshing, this dish has similar origins to ceviche, except the fish is cooked before marinating.
A flavorful sauce of tomatoes, tarragon and a touch of orange juice makes a delicate companion to cod. Serve with rice or pasta.
This same potato crust can be used on salmon or red snapper fillets, too. Serve the fish with roasted broccoli rabe or a green salad, if desired.
Fish tacos might just be the perfect summer dish. Here they're topped with a creamy sour cream sauce, shredded cabbage and a squeeze of fresh lime juice.