Leftovers holding you down? Eat them to get rid of them, but in an entirely new way! This recipe is simple and something you can throw together in seconds. It includes brie, cranberry dressing, and turkey. Enjoy!
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I’ll be honest – nothing can quite replace the Turkey in all its symbolic glory. There are ways to mimic the look of a Turkey, but for me, a Thanksgiving feast is more about the side dishes and ways to make them tasty, varied, and festive. So I’ve collected all the recipes that are (mostly, [...]
I’m really on a Winter squash kick these days. I had some leftovers from my Maple and Sage Roasted Butternut Squash recipe, so I used them to make a quick soup. I also loved the idea of enjoying soup with a festive and pretty carnival squash as the bowl. Together, the squash galore makes for [...]
Celeriac (celery root) doesn’t get the credit it deserves – maybe because it’s an ugly looking fella. However, through much courting, it has worked its way up to becoming one of my favorite and most versatile ingredients. By itself, it’s subtle, but its distinct flavor (tastes like a combination of celery and parsley) is something [...]
Nothing beats a bitter cold Winter day like the comfort of baked squash and the scent of caramelized maple syrup. The result is warm, satisfying, and absolutely healthy. Kabocha is a lighter, less starchy squash than butternut, but it cooks and complements very much the same way in recipes. I think it’s best eaten as [...]