You must have eaten a lot of garlic bread with soup, but this Garlic Tomato toasts recipe is sure a unique one. Serve these flavorful tomato and garlic flavored toasts with any soup of your choice.
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Garlic-cheese grits recipe is a typically rich Southern dish, but the truth is you don’t need a half a cup of butter and a pound of cheese to make them taste good, but using a pungent blend of super-sharp cheeses, you can use much less cheese and still get flavor-packed results.
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Unlike cranberry sauce, a relish involves no cooking. Here, plump raspberries add a juicy freshness, while ginger provides warmth. It is best served cold. Hold the mayo on your post-holiday sandwiches—use this Gingered Cranberry Raspberry Relish Recipe instead for a real treat.
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Green beans are always nutritious and full of vitamins and minerals. The toasted smoky flavors in this fast sauteGreen Beans with Bacon and Hazelnuts recipe make it a warm addition to any winter meal.
|10 minutes||10 minutes||4 Persons|
These tangy horseradish-cream-topped Brussels sprouts are just the thing to serve with corned beef and potatoes, or alongside a holiday ham or turkey. Look for sprouts with tight, firm, small deep-green heads; if they’re still on the stalk, so the better they are. Brussels Sprouts with Bacon Horseradish Cream recipe is the one that you can have this on its own.
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Earthy chili combines with the sour-power of red-wine vinegar to create a fine dressing for the grassy-green Chilled Spiced Asparagus recipe. For a smoky twist, try substituting smoked paprika for the chili powder.
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For a delightful change from mashed potatoes, try this velvety puree made with earthy parsnips and sweet autumn pears. This Creamy Parsnips and Pears recipe freezes well and can be easily doubled.
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