When you need a snazzy new side for Thanksgiving or you're looking a side dish recipe to show off your cooking skills at the family reunion, we've got the stand-out side dish recipe you crave.
This all–purpose noodle dish is super versatile—add carrots, broccoli or spinach, if you like.
Fried Gouda Grits
In a medium saucepan over high heat, bring 2 cups water, milk, and 3/4 teaspoon salt to a boil. Reduce heat to medium and slowly…
Pumpkin Macaroni and Cheese
Seasonal pumpkin sneaks into this kid-favorite dish. A perfect dish to have on hand for Halloween night.
Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges
These potatoes are a total crowd-pleaser. They’re so sweet and crunchy that no one can stop eating them. Plus, they’re super easy to make.—Jack Witherspoon
Vermont Baked Beans
Baked from dried beans, this hearty side dish is slightly sweet with the flavor of maple syrup and so much lighter and fresher tasting that meat-laden baked beans.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Brown Butter
Give these Brussels Sprouts a new name to tempt the kids into eating them. They’ll love the browned butter and bacon. Barbie Cabbages, anyone?
These are such a nice change from the usual baked or mashed potatoes, and your kids can peel off one little bite at a time.
Shakshuka is a North African dish with many variations. Some add preserved lemon, others feta and different herbs and spices.
Grain-Filled Bell Peppers
A beautifully seasoned four-grain pilaf stuffed into vibrant bell peppers.
Equal parts of butter mayonnaise and cheese. Mix together in a spread. Spread on any bread (I use french or sour dough). Place on cookie…
Pearl’s Yummy Potatoes
Saute chopped onion in 1 Tbs. margarine. Combine main ingredients. Spoon into 9 x 13 pan. Cover with crushed crackers and drizzle melted margarine over…
A heady blend of North African spices transforms simple carrots into an exceptional dish.
Caramelized onions make any dish feel a bit more special, and they are a breeze to make. Throw everything in a dish and bake for an hour…that’s all!