A Thanksgiving feast is not a feast without stuffing, am I right? So, with Thanksgiving almost upon us I thought I should share this Pork and Herb Stuffing recipe. It’s delicious folks!Read More
How about this wonderful side dish as part of your Thanksgiving Dinner? This Lemon Olive Creamer Potatoes dish is marvelous, simply cracking.Read More
This Mustard Potato Salad can be served warm or cold. It’s very tasty, easily filling and simple to create.Read More
Have you decided on what to cook for Christmas dinner? I’m planning on cooking a decadent three course meal, but I cannot come to a decision on the exact dishes. Perhaps I’ll serve a plate of Honey Balsamic Brussels Sprouts as a side dish.Read More
Do you need a very simple side dish for your holiday dinner? Well here it is! Roasted Spaghetti Squash with Pea Shoots. This dish could not be easier. All you need is a couple of spaghetti squashes olive oil, salt and pea shoots.
Honey Maple Mustard Parsnips is a great dish, totally Thanksgiving worthy,
To get this gorgeous dish on your table you simply coat some peeled parsnips in a mixture of honey, maple syrup, wholegrain mustard, vinegar, garlic, salt and pepper. There is one other secret ingredient that adds a subtle fruity, pine flavor. Can you guess what it is?
Today’s recipe is Cauliflower Rice and Peas. It’s alarmingly easy to make. Just zap a head of cauliflower in the blender, tip into a pan with hot oil, garlic, peas and scallions, and toss/saute until cooked. That’s It!
Today’s recipe is a toasted coconut rice recipe. It’s an awesome side dish which works so nicely with spicy meat dishes and fish. I served this rice recently with a Thai-inspired stewed chicken, it was so good. My friend was visiting, a male “friend”, and he shared the meal with me. I thought he might balk at the idea of toasted coconut rice, but he loved it, so I took a bow, and now feel comfortable that you will love it too.
Lime Garlic Green Cauliflower is simply what the name describes. Green cauliflower sautéd in garlic and fresh lime juice and a sprinkle of parsley for garnish.
I like carrots, but when they’re part of a holiday meal, I think they should have a little pizzazz. Hence the creation of escovitch carrots. It’s a sweet and sour side dish, which is so interesting alongside other holiday dishes.