Roasting brussels sprouts and red onions at a high heat brings out the natural sweetness of the vegetables.
An easy, make-ahead side dish of fresh green beans and sauteed mushrooms with a crumb topping.
Fresh green beans are braised in broth with garlic and onions to make a mellow, versatile side dish that goes with a wide variety of entrees.
A silky purée of turnips, parsnips and carrots flavored with caramelized shallots and fresh thyme makes a nice side dish for roast turkey, chicken or pork.
Creamed spinach is comfort food at its best, and this lighter version tastes plenty creamy and rich but with fewer calories and fat.
Brussels sprouts glazed with maple syrup and tossed with crumbled bacon and roasted garlic are a great side dish to serve with roast duck, chicken, turkey or pork.
Simple to prepare and versatile enough to pair with a variety of entrees, these Walnut-Shallot Green Beans are roasted at a high heat for a slight sweet flavor.
We've roasted a trio of onion varieties and tossed with them crispy bacon, fresh thyme and a drizzle of maple syrup for a sweet-savory side dish to serve with roast beef, pork or turkey.
Enhance the natural, delicious flavor of rutabagas with a bit of butter, some cream, a splash of vanilla and a little nutmeg.
Making fresh, whole berry cranberry sauce is easy and quick and it can be made ahead and refrigerated to save time when preparing a holiday meal.
This savory bread pudding flavored with bacon, buttery leeks and fresh thyme has a fluffy, custard-like texture that makes a great side dish and a nice alternative to bread stuffing.
Dried cranberries add sweet-tart flavor to traditional stuffing baked in individual portions