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  • Pomegranate Honey Glazed Carrots

    Here’s a side dish for your holiday spread that is as pleasing to the cook as it is to the diners. As a cook, you’ll love that you can make this entirely in advance and warm up in a pot on the stove – and diners will love that they can gobble up something that’s delicious and GUILT FREE!

  • Leek & Caramelized Onion Mashed Potatoes

    "Super-rich, creamy mashed potatoes at their most decadent. No dieters allowed!"

  • Aromatic Chicken and Cashew Salad

    Coconut milk, fresh cilantro and basil add a bright fragrance to this Asian influenced chicken salad.

  • Tzatziki

    Shredded cucumber and fresh garlic transform plain yogurt into a refreshing condiment to serve with vegetables or meats. Adjust the tartness with a little vinegar to taste and balance salt.

  • Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes

    Whether for Easter or just a happy Wednesday, these potatoes are a great side for ham, chicken or beef.

  • Sautéed Brussels Sprouts With Bacon

    These make an ideal do-ahead Thanksgiving side dish. Most of the preparation gets done the day ahead. On Thanksgiving Day, simply pop them in the oven once you take the turkey out, and they’ll be hot and cooked through by the time you are ready to serve your meal.

  • Bacon Sage Cornbread Stuffing

    Make the stuffing one to two days ahead of time. Bring it to room temperature, and once the turkey comes out of the oven, put the stuffing in the oven: it will cook in the amount of time it takes for the turkey to rest and get carved.

  • Yukon Gold Potato and Wild Mushroom Hash

    Yukon Gold Potatoes and wild mushrooms combine to form a heavenly hash, the perfect accompaniment to a great grilled steak.

  • Wilted Spinach Salad

    West Coast Wilted Spinach has a sharp and savory tang that complements almost any meal.

  • Roasted Small Potatoes with Fresh Rosemary

    Special small potatoes are tossed with the simplest of ingredients for maximum flavor. These potatoes are crispy on the outside, and fluffy soft on the inside.

  • Mediterranean Mixed Bean Salad with Heirloom Tomatoes and Herbs

    There is nothing like summer tomato salads to give “fresh” a new meaning. You can choose just one bean or a mixture, which looks attractive, to mix with colorful heirloom tomatoes. If you don’t want to cook beans from scratch, then use rinsed canned beans instead but the best flavor and texture come from cooking the beans yourself. The ingredients are highly flexible so have fun with this.