A tray of warm corn cakes served with bowls of chopped avocado, lime wedges, sour cream and salsa makes a great Game Day snack. These are also a delicious side with pulled barbecued chicken or pork, or baked tofu with Southwestern spices.
Serve on whole wheat buns with your favorite condiments. Sweet pickles and a dab of mayonnaise are a nice contrast to the spicy cheese inside these hearty burgers.
We ♥ Local parsnips! This is an easy and nutritious dinner, full of protein and healthy fiber. Herbs give it a fresh take, even in the winter months.
This warming soup will chase away chilly days. Substitute rice noodles for the udon, use shredded leftover cooked chicken instead of tofu, or replace part of the vegetable broth with coconut milk for a richer flavor. Make a pot on Sunday for cheerful lunches throughout the week.
The sweetness of the pomegranate juice caramelizes the sprouts, which are delicious served warm as a side dish with ham, turkey or roasted chicken or at room temperature on an appetizer or antipasto platter
These savory bundles make a delicious shared appetizer at a casual party. Substitute goat or feta cheese if desired. Add caramelized onions to the rolls for a rich, sweet earthy flavor.
This seasonal dessert is best served topped with whipped cream, vanilla ice cream or yogurt, and can be eaten hot or cold. You can substitute brioche or Italian white bread for the challah if desired.
Potatoes, root vegetables, green beans or roasted winter squash (such as Hubbard or kabocha tossed with garlic and parsley) are all delicious accompaniments to this delightful holiday entrée.
This is a great gift for your spice-loving friends and family. It keeps well and is great to make ahead of the busy holiday season. Make sure to make a little extra for yourself!