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To preserve the flavor and vitamin content, cook the kale as quickly as possible and drain ...
These greens can be served with cornbread, pot liquor dodgers, or corn meal dumplings. Mmm-mmm!
This street-food favorite from Mexico really caught our eye and our tastebuds. You can kick up (or...
These crisp potato pancakes are eaten during the eight-day Jewish festival of Chanukah. The...
In our family lemon butter was made and eaten on Easter Sunday as an accompaniment to our ham,...
A refreshing and nutritious salad of spring vegetables.
Here’s a delicious, simple way to make use of all the green beans in your garden. The tart lemon...
“This is one of our most popular dressings at the inn. It requires little preparation time and...
For boiled or steamed lobster. When you are lucky enough to have one or two females among your...
Cook these long beans whole, then serve them coiled into 4 nest-like mounds. Or twist the beans...
I usually make a year’s supply at a time. Serve this chutney at buffets to enhance cold sliced ham...
For the holidays, my dear friend Maria Elena Lynch makes a vat of this addictive mustard, which she...
There are loads of ways to make macaroni and cheese, and I make no judgment if you find yourself...
A most versatile dish, the ring may be served with grilled ham and filled with a vegetable, peas,...
Bread and filling all in one, these biscuits are delicious warm from the oven or packed with a...
This recipe is based on one my 94-year-old aunt sent to her 90-year-old brother when he lost his...
Smoked paprika adds depth to this easy fresh summer corn pudding. For a little heat, sprinkle a...
Served in a warmed corn tortilla, this salad is a fun twist on the traditional lobster roll. You...
A delicious chutney and cheaper than store-bought! Minnie makes quantities of this when mangoes are...
This maple-kissed version of baked beans makes an excellent accompaniment to our maple-glazed BBQ...
There are 2 main schools of sweetening when it comes to baked beans – you prefer either maple syrup...
This flavored butter is a nice way to say, “I am glad I know you.” Pack it in a fancy little jar...
We love this recipe from 1939. We made a few minor tweaks for our new-century palates.
Plain baked sweet potatoes are great; this way of preparing them is sublime. Serve with turkey...
Good on puddings or an unfrosted cake.
I made this up as an alternative to candied yams for Thanksgiving. My husband took it to a potluck...
Very easy and very tasty – a nice way to dress up a common vegetable for a group gathering.
This easy glaze can be added to a variety of vegetables and is particularly good with baked squash—...
A real lip-puckering dish that should be served in small quantities. One pound of small white...
A good side dish. We’ve tried it with almost everything, but it seems to go with lamb best of all.
Zingy little morsels in a pungent marinade. Those on a low-sodium diet may want to decrease the ...
This is especially good as a salad combined with fresh, raw spinach and croutons.
A colorful dish that’s easy to prepare and always welcome at a potluck or hot-weather picnic. It’s...
This classic New England dish captures the essence of sweet corn. Marion uses the ripest corn from...
These light rolls are a marvelous variation of the traditional sweet roll, and the ease of...
These very sweet beans can be made in a crock pot as well. Sprinkle sugar over the pork to make a...
This sauce is very good served on chocolate or coffee ice cream or on chocolate cake or gingerbread...
A very tasty dish that you can do ahead of time and pop into the oven at the last minute. Good for...
This is a fresh, healthy, year-round addition to a good meal or is a wonderful vegetarian meal by ...
This dish was served on Thanksgiving. My mother made it with soda crackers, but I prefer Ritz ...
A family favorite for Thanksgiving.

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