TIP OF THE DAY: How To Make The Best Roasted Vegetables

Roasting vegetables is easy. You can toss pretty much any vegetable with olive oil and seasoning and roast it in the oven. The happy result: a low-calorie, nutritious and delicious side (or a vegetarian main with some protein). But sometimes the results are less than perfect. There are a few guidelines to guarantee your veggies…
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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: Make Leaf-Shaped Veggies For Thanksgiving

You can be very artistic with vegetables. It just takes a bit of planning. While it takes some dexterity to make this “rose tart”, here is a simple alternative. It comes from one of our favorite creative cooks, Vicky of Stasty.com. She cuts up vegetables with a leaf cookie cutter before roasting them. She then…
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