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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.
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.
Serve this cardamom-scented bread toasted and spread with butter alongside strong coffee on early winter mornings. This bread also freezes well. Wrap in plastic wrap and then foil for the best results.
In this tasty take on ratatouille, the classic French vegetable dish, fillets of grouper add protein, texture and flavor to an already vibrant combination of bell peppers, squash and tomatoes.
If you can boil water, then you can make this delicious snack. The secret is to not cook the shrimp too long.
The crisp potato crust on these fillets is easy to use on other fish fillets, too, like salmon or halibut.
If you prefer your vegetables on the tender side, steam them briefly before baking them with the tofu.
Use any favorite fruits such as peaches, raspberries or bananas to make this creamy smoothie.
Make this vitamin-rich fruit smoothie for breakfast or an afternoon snack. Substitute frozen cherries or blueberries for the mangoes, if you like.
After your Thanksgiving bird is roasted, make sure to save the flavorful pan drippings to make this easy pan gravy.
The nutty sweetness of butternut squash combined with sautéed shallots and almond butter makes a delicious and surprising topping for crostini. For a festive touch, top with toasted almonds. Substitute other winter squash, if you like.
What could be better on a cold winter's day than hot onion soup? Carmelized Vidalia onions provide a savory sweet flavor, which is enhanced by splashes of sherry and balsamic vinegar. Garlic, soy sauce and crushed red pepper impart a tangy bite to this delicious soup.
While hot breakfast cereal takes many forms, this version featuring kasha is perfect for kick-starting your day. Kasha, or roasted buckwheat, is the edible fruit seed of a plant related to rhubarb and, despite the name, is not related to wheat at all and is, in fact, gluten-free. With plenty of high quality protein and good amounts of fiber, calcium, iron and B vitamins, kasha gets your day off to a healthy start.
This inventive pudding makes a fun addition to a dessert table, but feels right at home as an after school snack, too. Top with crunchy granola, fresh or dried fruit or toasted nuts.
This salsa is delicious eaten so many different ways. Spoon it over roasted pork or chicken or pour it over a block of softened cream cheese for an unforgettable dip to serve with crackers.
Use large button or cremini mushrooms to make this recipe, which can be enjoyed as an appetizer or vegetarian side dish.
Serve this refreshing citrus-marinated fish with corn on the cob and sweet potato slices.
Cumin, corn and basil add flavor to this low fat, high fiber dip. Serve with corn chips or rolled up in hot corn tortillas.
This delicious, warming drink is made from carob rather than cocoa and you may use your choice of dairy, almond or soy milk. The fresh ginger gives it just a little kick and the sprinkling of spices over the top will tickle the tongue. Top with whipped cream, if you like.
Adding silken tofu to this fruit shake explains its extra-creamy texture. Make sure to pour into glasses and serve immediately, since it's best when cold.