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This easy recipe is great when you've got a crowd coming because the seeds and the carrots can be prepared in advance, and then the carrots can go in to bake while your guests arrive.  Serve your seeds on the side if you think one of your guests has a spice or seed allergy, or for kids with a picky palate.
Published in Salads & Sides
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!
Published in Salads & Sides
With the brilliant pinks of the watermelon, the reds and whites of the radishes, and the bright greens of the kale and jalapeno, this salad is as colorful for the eyes as it is surprising for the tongue.  Combining the hot and sweet flavors of summer make this an infinitely refreshing side dish that's particularly good with the richer summer flavors of grilled meats.
Published in Salads & Sides
Hot cocoa - one of the most painful casualties of my dairy-free war.  This one is a rich, thick cocoa with a little bit of a bite thanks to the crystallized ginger - in the vein of Mexican hot cocoa.  Enjoy!
Published in Beverages
Some treats are too simple to call a recipe -- but too tasty to keep to ourselves.  Inspired by classic American smores, our gluten-free and dairy-free alternative is a toaster-oven treat the whole year round.
Published in Desserts
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!
Published in Salads & Sides
This is one of our favorite ways to enjoy summer fruits -- super easy to make, power-packed with vitamin C, and works just as well for brunch as for desert.  Oh - and it's totally gluten-, dairy- and egg-free besides, and a lovely way for those with oral food allergy to enjoy fresh berries.  Enjoy!!
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
This is one of our favorite week-night side dishes.  Pulls together literally in minutes and complements a wide range of dishes.  Of course, you can also just eat it out of a bowl with a spoon!
Published in Salads & Sides
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