RECIPE: Pumpkin Sage Polenta With Roasted Vegetables

If you’ve never cooked polenta, it’s a great comfort food—and gluten free, too. We don’t know why Americans don’t eat more of it—and more parsnips, too, while we’re at it. (Parsnips [photo #2] are one of the delicious fall vegetables roasted for this recipe.) Fall and winter months beg for a dish of warm, creamy…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Polenta For Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Polenta, made from ground cornmeal, is a porridge that dates to ancient times. It is gluten free, although not a whole grain*. This traditional Italian cornmeal style originated in Umbria in northern Italy, where it was a simple, hearty peasant food. In the U.S. and U.K., cooked polenta is known as as cornmeal mush. Polenta…
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