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  • Blackened Green Beans

    While “blackening” was a traditional New Orleans method of cooking spice-rubbed foods over very high heat, with the right seasoning blend, you can get equally good result over medium high heat. The idea is to slightly scorch, or blacken, the surface of the food to give it a deep, rich, savory flavor.

  • Maple Sweet Potato Casserole

    The traditional sweet potato casserole with sticky sweet marshmallows on top is a classic favorite at Thanksgiving dinner tables. This re-imagined version brings it to a whole new level with a pecan crumble for texture as well as a sweet and fluffy brown sugar meringue piped on top. If you don’t like your sweet potato casserole candy sweet, just skip the meringue topping and bake it with the pecan crumble alone.

  • Chunky Three-Bean Beef Chili

    Host an unforgettable graduation party and set-up a chili bar. Allow your guests to top their favorite foods with this Chunky Three-Bean Beef Chili. Supply hot dogs, tortilla chips, pasta, and fries along with additional chili toppings. Everyone is sure to enjoy a meal that they love.

  • Radish and Asparagus Wild Rice Salad

    Grilled veggies add depth to this herb-y wild rice salad. Serve this as a side at your next cookout, or as a simple main dish on a weeknight.

  • Chicken Chipotle Pasta Salad

    Loaded with fresh vegetables, tender chicken, crispy bacon and a creamy chipotle lime yogurt dressing – this easy to make pasta salad will become a new favorite at outdoor gatherings all summer long.

  • Oysters Three Ways: Raw, Fried and Baked

    You can make and serve any one of these preparations on its own, or combine all three in one impressive, fabulous first course. We like to serve the fried oysters over a bed of spinach, but they may also be served on any kind of leafy salad, or on their own on a plate.

  • Stuffed Artichokes

    Stuffed artichokes can be quite challenging to make if you keep them whole. But if you cut them in half, they’re much easier to prepare, and they’re not quite the same huge portion, making them more appropriate for a first course. You can use any Italian spice mix you like, or use oregano, basil, or a mix of the two. For the cheese, use what you like. Provolone, Parmesan, Asiago, or an aged mozzarella would be fine. Or a mix.

  • Cheddar Garlic Corn Spoon Bread

    Smooth cornmeal combines with mild garlic, cheese, and corn kernels to create a light and creamy side dish resembling a soufflé that pairs great with meats, sauces and vegetables. Add it to your next dinner party menu for a savory taste of the south.

  • Spinach Parmesan Baked Mashed Potatoes

    These creamy mashed potatoes are packed with spinach and flavorful Parmesan cheese. To make it even more delicious they’re topped with crispy fried onions.

  • Sautéed Green Beans with Bacon

    Green beans are always part of a traditional holiday dinner, but when bacon and French fried onions are added, the green beans become a showcase dish.

  • Rosemary Honey Orange Glazed Rainbow Carrots

    This easy side dish requires very little prep work, just scrubbing the carrots, mincing some rosemary and slicing some shallots. You can definitely make these with regular orange carrots but if you can find rainbow carrots (often available at upscale grocery stores or natural food stores) definitely try them out, as they add a splash of fun color to the table.

  • Bread Pudding “Dressing”

    This bread pudding has the flavors of turkey stuffing, making it perfect for the holiday table or any time you’re serving poultry or craving stuffing. If you like, you can make this a vegetarian dish by substituting vegetable stock for the chicken stock. If your family has traditional add-ins to their stuffing, you can add them here. Or, throw tradition out the wind and add things that might never be in stuffing, like cooked carrots, frozen peas, or roasted red peppers. Or, top with shredded cheese that will melt on top.