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    Vegetables and other Sides

    These are vegetable side dishes that are worth taking to a potluck or serving to company.
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    5 Reviews |  By Marie

    The buttery garlic lemon sauce gives a spark to this broccoli side dish.

    Recipe #117309

    A very easy and tasty recipe.

    Recipe #126199

    This is so much nicer than plain steamed or boiled cabbage. Try it on the cabbage haters in your family and see if it converts them.

    Recipe #18816

    21 Reviews |  By Amber

    Carrots, citrusy and no-sugar

    Recipe #16271

    7 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Great taste for a calorie wise recipe. Use canned tomatoes if you like.

    Recipe #16419

    I first had this recipe at Thanksgiving at our son's house many years ago. It is delicious, great for special occasions, and not at all low in calories.

    Recipe #397235

    What is fall without apples? If you want to be naughty add some (or a lot) of apple brandy and serve with whipped cream.

    Recipe #329569

    1 Reviews |  By Tarynne

    An Irish sidedish usually eaten on Halloween but good anytime.

    Recipe #18679

    This recipe originally came from a Colonial Williamsburg cookbook. The ginger and nutmeg make it a little different from the majority of creamed spinach recipes.

    Recipe #151973

    48 Reviews |  By yooper

    Green beans were never a favorite vegetable of mine, until I tasted this version of them. Try to use fresh green beans, but frozen will work in a pinch. This is wonderful with asparagus also!

    Recipe #31349

    12 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Wonderful flavor combination and they look so attractive.Use unsweetened dried Cranberries or you may substitute dried tart cherries. This will make a lovely Thankgiving or Christmas dish. Original recipe from meals.com

    Recipe #138140

    This is a recipe for delicious green beans & tomato, cooked the traditional Greek way. Fresh green beans, tomatoes, herbs and spices are simmered together long enough for the tastes to meld. Recipe by Nancy Gaifyllia, she says "This Theban version of a classic Greek recipe is deceptively simple to fix, combining fresh green beans with onions, tomatoes, garlic, and parsley, and delivers a sophisticated taste. It can be served as a main dish, or as a side. " Posted for ZWT 4.

    Recipe #307592

    This recipe was on a bag of garlic bulbs at a produce stand in the state of Washington. Green beans are not always my favorite vegetable, but this recipe makes them very tasty.

    Recipe #130804

    I used to drool over the potatoes my aunt made at our huge family reunions, but not be able to eat them because they are traditionally cooked alongside lamb. Here is my vegan-ized version. Enjoy!"

    Recipe #8926

    3 Reviews |  By Bev

    It's getting ot be that time of the summer when you may need some new ideas for what to do with those summer veggies in your garden. Here's an idea for your grill that is sure to please. Cuisine at Home suggests you serve this dish with couscous. Prep time includes time to soak the wooden skewers.

    Recipe #94225

    Wonderful mix of spices. Often requested by my family.

    Recipe #27398

    81 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Allow 12 - 18 hours for the turkey to marinate in the brine. It's worth the wait as this process always assures a moist, flavorful turkey.

    Recipe #13961

    I'm hoping this is like what is served at one of our favorite restaurants. I found this on the allrecipes site, it was posted by NELLC.

    Recipe #218950

    This is another of our Thanksgiving recipes that originated in Colonial Williamsburg.

    Recipe #151971

    This dressing came from a Better Homes and Gardens recipe of Ahi Tuna and cooked vegetables served cold. The entire recipe seemed like too much work for the results, but the lime dressing was to die for!

    Recipe #378784

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