Lemon & Herb Roasted Artichoke

Artichokes are a fantastic spring vegetable but can be quite intimidating if you haven’t worked with them before. Follow the steps in the recipe below, and check out the video if you’d like a visual aide. Serve with your favorite dipping sauce and enjoy this amazing taste of spring!

Roasted Celeriac and Carrots

Celery root, or celeriac, can be a bit intimidating if you’ve never worked with it before. Choose one that feels dense/heavy for its size. A sharp knife or heavy-duty veggie peeler will take care of the thick skin, no problem! The smoked paprika in this recipe adds an extra depth of smokiness to the caramelized notes of the roasted veggies, but feel free to use regular paprika for a milder flavor, or hot paprika if you like more spice.


Traditional Latkes

While the traditional way to serve latkes is with sour cream and applesauce, hot from the pan, if you want to stray from tradition, these crispy potato cakes are very versatile. Top heated leftover latkes with cooked greens and a fried egg with a dash of hot sauce, or a slice of fresh tomato and some lox. 

Sweet and Spicy Carrots in Peanut Sauce

The sweet and spicy flavors in this dish make it an excellent side for roast chicken or pork, or stir the slightly crunchy carrots into a big bowl of cooked brown rice, and sprinkle with cilantro and toasted sesame seeds or chopped peanuts for extra crunch.

Whipped Sweet Potatoes with Mini Marshmallows

Enjoy this classic Thanksgiving sweet potato dish at your holiday table or just to sweeten up your evening meal. 

Brussels Sprouts Coleslaw

Enjoy this seasonal twist on a classic coleslaw salad. This dressing has the perfect balance of tang and creaminess, which goes perfectly with the shaved Brussel sprouts

Wild Rice Stuffed Squash

A dish this hearty and with so much texture can stand on its own as a vegetarian main entrée, with a side salad of mixed greens. It will also complement a roasted chicken or turkey breast as a filling side.

Festive Rice

The colors and flavors in this dish bring ordinary rice to life! 


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