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Fall Favorites Recipes
The holy grail!  A low-histamine, soy-free and gluten-free ribs recipe!  Not only that, some say pomegranate seeds actually have anti-histamine properties.  And oh - it's really good to boot!
This is a top 8 allergy-free version of the traditional dish - easy to prepare and we never have leftovers!
This stew of tender veal and spring vegetables is as impressive-sounding as it is easy to prepare.  The perfect dish for entertaining, it comes together quickly and then bakes quietly in a dutch oven while your guests arrive.  And even better - it doesn't have any of the top 8 allergens, including gluten!
This easy recipe was inspired by the excellent borscht our landlord's babushka (Russian for 'grandmother') made for us the summer we lived in Crimea, Ukraine.  Although you could certainly make a vegetarian version, our babuschka was quite insistent that "borscht isn't borscht without meat" -- much to our vegetarian flat-mate's chagrin!
A fresh, super-easy alternative to cranberry relish for your holiday turkey, or to jazz up a lamb or other roast.
We worked out this dairy-free, gluten-free stuffed turkey recipe to make sure our highly-restricted baby could be included in Thanksgiving and Christmas feasts.  Best of all, it turned out to be a delicious meal for even our no-restriction friends.  And the gravy is thick and creamy - yet gluten- and dairy-free!
Thanksgiving at our house just wouldn't be the same without my mom's acorn squash - decadently sweet, and ridiculously simple to make. Although it takes a little while in the oven, it's easy enough to throw together that it works for workday dinner as well.  And like most things drenched in maple syrup, a pretty easy sell for the kids, too!
Looking for a way to make a salmon salad 'fit in' to a harvest table, we found ourselves swapping out summer fruits for sweetly rich roasted butternut squash.  This salad takes a little time in the oven but very little hands-on prep is required and it can be served either warm or cold, making it a versatile option as an elegant and light dinner entree or a crowd-pleasing party side.  And with its simple dressing it's gluten-, dairy-, soy- and nut-free!
Roasted root vegetables make any fall or winter meal feel cozier.  Even better, they are simple to throw together and reheat well so it's an easy thing to make in bulk and have on-hand for later.  What's more, because they don't take any last minute prep work they work great for a party - and look impressive when they come out of the oven!
This hearty pilaf is a great way to give leftover lamb roast new life.  Modelled on a traditional rice dish, this variation has the nutty taste of red quinoa, and the surprising, wintery addition of sweet potato fries to give it bulk.
This super-sweet short ribs recipe is also super easy to make, does not use any top allergens -- and is lower histamine than traditional barbeque recipes.  Cooks up easily in a large Dutch oven, making it an easy one for entertaining as well.
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