Category Archive: Sides/Vegtables

Maple Roasted Root Vegetables


Now don’t turn up your nose at the list of root vegetables involved here. Perhaps you have never eaten a parsnip or a turnip and you don’t think you will like them. Throw caution to the wind and try this recipe! It is a wonderful mix of sweet potatoes, carrots, turnips, parsnips and mild shallots …

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Kale Chips


Kale chips are crispy and salty making them perfect paired with a sandwich or as a crunchy snack for movie watching and they contain many health benefits. I have to admit that they don’t look that appealing so you have to get past their appearance and go for a taste. You know the saying, don’t judge a …

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Cranberry Chutney


It is a simple recipe combining cranberries, apple, brown sugar, vinegar and spices. The cranberries contain a natural pectin that thickens the chutney as it cools. I made a half recipe but I went ahead and used the entire apple so it wouldn’t go to waste, I had dried cherries on hand so I used …

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Esau’s Grilled Corn with Lime


Katy’s husband Esau came for dinner and when he saw the corn on the cob he inquired how we were going to prepare it and then he offered to show us how it is prepared in Honduras where he is from. It sounded simple enough and I had the ingredients on hand so I gave him the …

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Green Bean with Crisp Prosciutto


Fresh green beans are in abundance at the Farmer’s Market right now. Since I am a huge fan of fresh green beans I have found some delightful recipes that even my non green bean loving family enjoys! I adapted this recipe from Cooking Light that originally called for Brussels Sprouts, it was so good and …

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