Braised Spinach with Garlic and Tomato
Loaded with iron, vitamins and folate, spinach is indeed a power food.
Spinach and Potato Cakes
During Passover, matzo meal must be used to bind the pancakes, however this dish is appealing all year and you can use breadcrumbs at other…
Stacked Tomato and Garden Pepper Bake
A simple gratin made by layering thinly sliced tomatoes, onions and bell peppers — easy to make ahead and bake right before serving. It’s perfect…
Spring Vegetable Escabche
Originally a method of preserving foods in vinegar, escabche is used often by Latin American and Caribbean cooks.
Cheese and Hominy Grits Bake
Cook grits according to package directions. Mix cooked grits, cheese, green chiles with salt, pepper and garlic in well-oiled 5-cup baking dish. Pour milk over top and…
Anytime Fried Potatoes
add reserve bacon fat to a large heated skillet. toss in onions, cook onions until translucent add potatoes and remaining ingredients. mix well. ensure that all…
Collard Green Risotto
A Southern-style, down-home risotto starring collard greens that’s perfect served with grilled vegetables.
Stir-Fried Japanese Kale with Mirin and Ginger
A low-calorie side kale side dish with highlights of flavorful mirin, soy sauce and ginger root.
Maple Orange Glazed Squash
Acorn or butternut squash make a beautiful low-calorie, low-fat side, perfectly suited for the Thanksgiving table.
Silver Dollar Black-Eyed Pea Cakes
If you want to try to eat your way to luck this year, try this take traditional Southern black-eyed peas and collard greens.
Carrot Ginger Souffle
More like a crisp with a sweet cinnamon-spiced cornflake crust than a true soufflé, this dish is one that both adults and children will adore.
Warm Artichoke-Spinach Gratin
Serve with cream dish as a dip with baguette slices, crudités or flatbread.
Miso Lemon Broiled Mushrooms
These mushrooms are infused with the flavor of mellow sweet-salty white miso.