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    Brussels Sprouts Seasoned With Pantry Condiments

    If you don't normally like Brussels sprouts, this tasty recipe might change your mind.

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    Skillet Corn Bread with Sage and Onions for Thanksgiving

    This savory cornbread is a delicious addition to your Thanksgiving feast, whether it is in your breadbasket, or made into a superb stuffing with some fresh sage from your garden..

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    Fried Green Tomatoes

    This Southern-inspired dish is beloved by folks who live south of the Mason-Dixon line. Although these are usually prepared in the summer months when tomatoes are in the pre-ripening stage,…

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    Three Sisters Saute

    Here is a dish to enjoy right now! Squash, beans, and corn are crops that are often grown together in the southwestern U.S. and are commonly referred to by Native…

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    Fried Squash Blossoms

    The golden orange blossoms from these annual vegetable plants are a summertime treat. The blooms of all types of squash--zucchini, yellow crookneck, patty pan, winter squash, and even pumpkin--can be…

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    Turkish Stuffed Peppers

    A robust Middle Eastern mixture of rice, dried apricots, currants, and nuts seasoned with aromatics is packed into a colorful assortment of peppers.

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    Tabbouleh with Mint

    This is a traditional-style Middle Eastern tabbouleh with the added flavors of garbanzos, pine nuts, and currants.

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    Wilted Greens with Garlic

    Use any of your favorite greens in this dish—spinach, chard, kale, beet, collards, dandelion—even a bit of arugula. These are good served as a vegetable accompaniment to roast meats or...

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    Mashed Potatoes

    This basic recipe can be served as mashed potatoes or used to prepare other Irish side dishes: root vegetable mash, colcannon, and champ.

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    Mashed Potatoes, Irish Style

    This basic recipe can be served as mashed potatoes or used to prepare other Irish side dishes: root vegetable mash, colcannon, and champ.