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Rice Pilaf

Comforting and adaptable, the pilaf method produces a wonderfully fluffy, seasoned rice side dish.

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Corn on the Cob with Flavored Butters

Corn on the cob, the classic American summer vegetable, can be boiled, grilled, or steamed. But steaming is the best way to preserve its pure corn flavor and toothsome texture. A shallow steamer, steamer insert, or pasta insert for an 8-quart stockpot will hold up to 8 ears of corn comfortably. For an added treat...

Marie Simmons and Sur La Table, Things Cooks Love (Andrews McMeel)

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Summer Squash Carpaccio with Arugula, Pecorino, and Almonds

Carpaccio, reinterpreted. Your favorite summer veggies take center stage in this raw dish.

Janet Fletcher and Sur La Table, Eating Local (Andrews McMeel)

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Roasted Root Vegetables in the Pressure Oven

Bursting with color and flavor, root vegetables are easy to cook in a pressure oven.

Wolfgang Puck Worldwide Inc., (c) 2010

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Black Beans (Frijoles)

This essential Latin-American dish is fragrant with toasted cumin and simple to prepare as a comforting main dish or quick side.

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Brussels Sprouts Kimchi Puree and Bacon

Roasted Brussels sprouts tossed with bacon and served upon a bed of tangy Napa cabbage kimchi.

Recipe by David Chang, courtesy of All-Clad.

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Roasted Asparagus Salad with Thyme Vinaigrette and Prosciutto Crisps

The bright flavors of thyme and Dijon are a perfect complement to fresh asparagus.

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Crispy Traditional Potato Pancakes

This yummy potato latkes recipe was adapted from Jewish Cooking in America by Joan Nathan.

Adapted from Jewish Cooking in America by Joan Nathan.

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Apple and Ginger Spiced Sweet Potatoes

A comforting side dish staple made fall-festive with tangy apple and ginger.

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Apple and Sweet Potato Saute

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Tabbouleh

The classic light and refreshing Middle Eastern salad is bright with fresh tomatoes, cucumbers and fresh herbs.

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Pommes Gaufrettes (Waffle-Cut Potatoes)

A mandolin with a fluted blade is the secret to creating the irresistible waffle design.

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Canterbury Organics Rosemary Sage Dressing

The perfect side for your next harvest feast or autumnal get-together, Canterbury Organics’ Rosemary Sage Dressing mix makes it easy to create a delicious, all-natural herb stuffing that pairs perfectly with the savory flavors of fall.

Canterbury Organics

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Roast Acorn Squash with Maple Glaze

Easy to make, this classic squash is simple, delicious autumn goodness.

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Green Beans with Brown Butter & Pecans

You can also give Brussels sprouts this toasty, buttery treatment; just cook them longer for a tender bite.

Recipe courtesy of Sur La Table, 2008

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Garlic Sweet Potato Mash

If you enjoy the taste of garlic mashed potatoes, you’ll love this unexpectedly delicious combination.

Recipe courtesy of Kenwood Electrics

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Sous Vide Maple-Glazed Carrots with Toasted Pecans and Mint

Quickly add color, crunch and a touch of sweetness to your meal with this delicious side dish.

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Slow-Roasted Tomatoes with Oregano and Feta

Baking tomatoes slowly in a low oven caramelizes their sugars and concentrates their sweetness. They remain moist—not chewy, like sun-dried tomatoes—but with their flavor intensified. Strew them with grated feta while they are warm and serve them with lamb chops, roast chicken, or a bulgur pilaf. Andrew Brait, who...

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Grilled Corn with Chipotle Butter and Cilantro

Boiling corn leaves some of its natural sweetness behind in the water, while grilling corn intensifies its flavor. Grill the ears in the husk to steam the kernels, then peel back the husks and slather the ears with a spicy, smoky chipotle butter.

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Glazed Rutabaga Wedges

These well-browned rutabagas make an ideal companion for a holiday rib roast or a weeknight roast chicken. Their natural sugar will caramelize on the surface as they cook, then melt into a glaze when you add a touch of broth at the end. Rutabagas appreciate a generous hand with the black pepper.

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Caramelized Cabbage with Brown Butter and Bread Crumbs

We guarantee you’ve never had cabbage like this before. The perfect accompaniment for your holiday entrees, we’ll show you just how easy it is with the help of the versatile Sur La Table® Oval Multipan.

Joel Gamoran

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Mushrooms with Garlic and Parsley

Serve these garlicky tapas solo or as a tasty accompaniment to grilled steak or burgers, scrambled eggs or a toasted baguette.

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Thyme-Scented Potato Gratin

This elegant side dish classic is a crowd pleaser for any occasion.

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Sous Vide Asparagus

Cook bright, flavorful asparagus with the revolutionary sous vide method, utilized by fine restaurants nationwide.

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Root Vegetable Gratin with Gruyere and Thyme

Sweet potatoes and parsnips add a subtle sweetness to this classic gratin.

Sur La Table, Simple Comforts (Andrews McMeel)

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Sous Vide Brussels Sprouts with Pearl Onions

The color and flavor of cooking vegetables using sous-vide technology is unparalleled to standard cooking methods.

Sansaire

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Yukon Gold Potato Salad

Fresh herbs, apple cider vinegar and tangy Dijon give this salad plenty of bright flavor.

Stephanie Piché - Caterer

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Grilled Corn, Asparagus and Tomato Salad with Herbed Cider Vinaigrette

Bring the out the best in summer vegetables with this delicious salad. This is a perfect accompaniment to steak, chicken and fish.

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Mascarpone Polenta

Polenta doesn’t have to be difficult. This recipe takes only minutes and is simple enough for all levels of cooks. Our multifunctional Cast-Iron Oval Oven takes the headache out of this and many other recipes.

Joel Gamoran

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Fennel Potato Gratin

Fennel, scallions and pecorino cheese make this gratin recipe a flavorful alternative to ho-hum potato dishes. Our rustic Italian Bakers are the perfect serving vehicle for this dish.

Joel Gamoran

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Asparagus Salad with Piquillo Peppers and Capers

Piquillo peppers from Northern Spain add a distinctly sweet, spicy and smoky flavor without heat to this delicious salad.

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Sweet Potato Fries

Sweet potato fries add color and a touch of salty-sweetness to hamburgers, fish and chips or even Thanksgiving dinner.

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Farro Risotto with Butternut Squash with Kale Chips

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Potato Mash with Braised Cabbage

Colcannon is a traditional Irish potato recipe and a particular St. Patrick's Day favorite. It’s made from cabbage or kale, with milk, butter, cream, salt and pepper and served as an accompaniment with ham or Irish bacon.

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Perfect Cranberry Relish

Add some color and spice to your holiday feast with this citrusy relish that has a hint of ginger.

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Brussels Sprouts with Juniper and Pancetta

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Crispy Roasted Potato Wedges with Parsley, Rosemary, and Lemon

With a little chopping of herbs and garlic, you can step up your everyday roasted potatoes to something special. Lemon zest and parsley add sparkle, and the generous coating of olive oil helps ensure crispness.

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Herb Spaetzle

Pronounced shpet’ zul, spaetzle is a delicious, comforting cross between a noodle and dumpling, and incredibly quick and simple to make.

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Sweet Peas with Bacon and Wild Onions

Season your veggies with salty bacon, herbs and fragrant onions in this delicious side dish.

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Down-Home Cornbread Stuffing

Stuffing is one of the most popular side dishes on the Thanksgiving table. In this recipe, the combination of rustic corn bread, tart apples, and smoky bacon will make it your family’s new favorite.

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Grilled Tomatoes with Pesto

This recipe yields more pesto than you need for the tomatoes, but why make just a little? You will have enough pesto left over to sauce ¾ pound of pasta the next day, a head start on dinner for four.

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Potato Leek Gratin

From the onion family, leeks are a wonderful sweet addition to potato gratin and an interesting substitute for onion.

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Stuffed Vegetables with Couscous

Filled with nutrients and flavor, this colorful and hearty dish will satisfy the entire family.

Lékué

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Parsnip and Apple Mash

The sweetness of apples brightens the earthiness of parsnips in this classic combination.

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Tuscan Kale with Pine Nuts and Golden Raisins

The crinkly-leaved greens known as Tuscan kale (or lacinato kale) get a Sicilian treatment here. The pairing of pine nuts and raisins is so commonplace in Sicily that the two are sold already mixed together. You can prepare Swiss chard, turnip greens, broccoli rabe or spinach by the same method.

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