There’s just something about a dish that’s both sweet and savory (but mostly sweet) that can be served as an appetizer, a main or a dessert that makes it so enticing. This might be too sweet to some, but it is perfectly appealing to me and I have always loved this dish since I can remember. I hope you love this classic dish too.
Anne, what is better than a tart cranberry chiaseed jam on a crisp autumny-wintery night? I made in a dutch oven in under 30 minutes too!
What do you think about a squash being speared by fruits? Well, I wanted to see what it looked like so there’s a version where I spear the squash and another one where I just nicely place it atop the squash. You can see and try this dish for yourself. Experimentation is your best friend. Go and play!
Warm up the table with a twist on brussel sprouts and bacon. Instead of brussel sprouts we’re using asparagus and red wine.
DISCOVER some easy ways to incorporate more greens & plants into your meals and CREATE easy base sauces & dressings to pair with any of your greens. If you need to find the perfect pairing with your meat dish… this is it!
A hearty meal to keep you warm and feeling festive as the red and orange leaves fall off the trees to expose barren branches. Here is a simple stew filled with squash, potatoes with a sweet and spicy kick.