This compote can be done three days ahead and simply pulled out before the meal.
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Change out the pumpkin for any hearty fall squash; the dried fruits can be changed and so can the cheese.
This is a great summer BBQ side dish but just as at home on the Thanksgiving table.
No store-bought whipped topping here. Make your own fresh whipped cream for this light and sweet salad.
Microgreens are versions of vegetables in their sprout form and contain high levels of vitamins and minerals.
Ice spinach and ice kale are vegetables that are grown in winter temperatures. The cold gives the leaves a sweetness.
Beets provide vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Enjoy them in this salad with savory goat cheese, crunchy walnuts and a light dressing.
Cobb salad is a simple, but tried and true favorite on a warm summer day. This version offers a special dressing.
Give this popular power food a little flavor from the southwest to spice up dinner.
Grab a couple eggplants and get ready to experiment with some of those herbs in your garden.
The “root” of every good salad is the vegetables and maybe the dressing. Both here are tantalizing to the tastebuds.
LaCrescent is a tough little grape that found it’s roots in Minnesota and made a happy transition to the former cornfields at Maize Valley. It produces a wine that’s semi-sweet with apricot tones and citrusy flavors or grapefruit and tangerine throughout. Wines with similar flavor profiles are wonderful choices for pairing with (and taming) spicy foods.