Brightly flavored satsumas are the citrus base for this wonderful green bean dish, but you can substitute just about any citrus variety, such as clementines, tangerines or blood oranges.

This delicious stuffing is rich and rustic if you use whole wheat bread, lighter using white.

A combination of flavorful cheeses and tangy sour cream takes these mashed potatoes to the next level. Rich and creamy, they will add a decadent flair to your holiday meal.

Sweet, juicy pears partner with tangy blue cheese in this delightful cold-weather salad, full of flavor and texture. Homemade croutons and toasted hazelnuts give it lots of crunch. To make this salad ahead of time, prepare all ingredients separately and toss...

This delicious vegetable dish is good eating at its best. It's both flavorful and packed with nutrition. Excellent as a leftover (it keeps refrigerated for up to 3 days), you can even make it a main course by tossing it with chickpeas, black beans or diced baked...

This rich, full-flavored stuffing is a show stealer, whether stuffed in a turkey or baked on its own. For a vegetarian version, use vegetable broth instead of chicken broth and substitute vegetarian sausage or a few cups sautéed shiitake mushrooms for the meat...

You can't go wrong with this creamy side dish (something between cornbread and a soufflé), studded with mild green chiles. It also serves well at brunch or with beans for a light supper. Feel free to add diced ham, a handful of shredded cheese or crumbled, cooked...

A simple topping of goat cheese, crispy bacon and sweet-tart cranberries adds great flavor to green beans.

Mashed cauliflower tastes similar to mashed potatoes but with fewer carbs. Top with chopped herbs and grated cheese if you like.

Roasted squash embodies the essence of winter meals, caramelized onions add a piquant touch, and fresh sage and dried cranberries dress it up for the holidays. A versatile side dish that complements anything from a weekday family dinner to a lavish holiday...

Here's a hearty, flavorful dish that takes care of a few special diet needs your guests may have. It can simultaneously serve as a gluten-free, vegetarian side dish or a main course for four. Use any mushrooms you like, including cremini, oyster or portobello.

Pomegranate seeds add beautiful color and juicy flavor to this simple grain salad balanced with peppery arugula and crunchy bits of celery.

Stuffing doesn't have to be an unattractive pile on the plate. Give each person their own perfect serving of moist and tasty stuffing, baked in a muffin tin.

This classic cranberry sauce gets a little kick from honey-sweet clementines and a hint of cinnamon. If you have leftovers (you can only hope!), mix with your morning yogurt or spread on bread for a killer turkey sandwich.