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Lose the canned processed food! This recipe for the holiday classic green bean casserole uses fresh green beans, mushrooms, caramelized onions and panko bread crumbs to heighten the traditional flavors.
The bright colors and fresh flavors of the tomatoes pair perfectly with Halloumi Cheese, which is made from a combination of goat and sheep's milk.
Simple and simply delicious, these sautéed greens are perfect for an easy weeknight side dish with roasted chicken. You can substitute Swiss chard, spinach or any favorite greens for kale in this recipe.
Smashed potatoes are a creative alternative to roasted or mashed. The whole family will love the crispy texture.
This chilled soup is refreshing and full of flavor, perfect for hot summer days. Be sure to use the best tomatoes you can find; your local farmer’s market is a great place to get flavorful tomatoes.
This isn't your grandma's macaroni salad! This delicious pasta salad is bursting with the summer flavors of juicy tomatoes, sweet corn, aromatic basil and creamy goat cheese.
Try this healthy take on potato salad at your next summer BBQ. It is loaded with the fresh flavors of grilled veggies, cilantro and lime.
Zucchini is everywhere during the summer. This Grilled Zucchini and Arugula Salad is a different and tasty way to enjoy the zucchini bounty. In fact, it’ll probably make you want to go out and get more!
This simple tart is easy enough for a weeknight but impressive enough to serve at a party. The flavors of caramelized shallots, creamy goat cheese and tangy tomatoes are perfect together.
A simple recipe that features a classic spring ingredient, carrots, in a flavorful new way.
This warm and spicy stew takes its inspiration from a traditional Indian cauliflower and potato dish called Aloo Gobi. The extra step of roasting the cauliflower gives added depth and flavor to the hearty vegetarian stew.
Anything on a skewer is more fun to eat - and dip too!
Kale is a super food that's also super delicious. There are many different varieties of kale, but this recipe calls for Italian lacinato kale (also known as Dinosaur/Tuscan kale) which is slightly sweeter and more tender than the standard curly kale.