Bacon Sour Cream Noodles

Bacon Sour Cream Noodle Surprise

Noodles with a sour cream sauce, salty bacon and the surprise of the bunch – cabbage! They come together in no time at all to make a comforting and hearty side dish that can fill in as a main. Michael Symon made this in 5 minutes on his new show, The Chew. Have you seen… 

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Stuffed Squash with Brie, Cranberries and Greens

Cranberry, Brie and Greens Stuffed Squash

Fresh cranberries, brie and greens come together to make a festive and flavorful filling for kabocha or acorn squash. The cranberries add a tangy pop of sweetness to the gooey brie, tender greens and mild-mannered squash. The best bite is when you dig deep and not only get the creamy greens but some of the… 

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Sweet Potatoes and Bacon

Roasted Sprouts and Sweet Potatoes with Bacon

Roasted brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, bacon and a sprinkling of Parmesan come together in irresistible ways to make this delicious side dish. A side dish that may raise an eyebrow from even the most stubborn sprout hater. At least I like to think so. Only because I was once one of them adamant haters. I’m… 

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Zucchini Feta Fritters with Tzatziki Sauce

zucchini fritter stack

Zucchini fritters with a compelling Greek twist! Hunks of feta cheese and fresh herbs liven up these fritters made with shredded zucchini, egg and flour. A cucumber lemon yogurt sauce shocks them with cool and bright flavor.

Zucchini Ribbon Salad

Marinated Zucchini Salad

Have I told you how happy I am zucchini season is here? If I have, I hope you’re not sick of hearing it! It’s early in the season and surely I will be professing my adoration again. Did you know you can eat zucchini raw? Well, you can and it is delicious! In case you… 

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Grandma’s Baked Beans

Grandma's Baked Beans

Almost every barbecue has them: the pan of murky-looking baked beans that makes you recoil with your eyes glossed over. I promise, these are not them. This baked bean recipe is much-loved by all! It’s one handed down from my Grandma through my aunt and now to me.