A farro dish with ripe tomatoes, black olives, capers and fresh herbs, and a French lentil salad make two, perfect side dishes.
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By Lynn Andriani
These summer recipes include salads and pasta dishes that are made to be thrown into a big bowl and brought to a picnic or barbecu...
It's peak artichoke season from March to May, so don't let this intimidating vegetable scare you away!
Stuffed baked potatoes -- aka stuffed potato skins or twice-baked potatoes -- are typically made with lots of cheese and often with ingredients like bacon or ground meat.
By Lynn Andriani
Eating your vegetables has never been easier (and neither has polishing off a bowl of rice), thanks to these quick and simple side...
Wrapped in foil while cooking in butter and their own juices, oven baked mushrooms have a deep earthy flavor that's hard to resist.
This ratatouille recipe takes no time prepare and requires only a few ingredients. It's a very simple and easy side dish that's comforting, and pairs well with almost anything.
Very simple and gorgeous to look at, sauteed radishes are a great way to change things up from the common vegetable sides we're so used to eating.
The best way to savor juicy, tangy ribs: Pair them with delicious summer sides....
We've watched the days get lighter, felt the sun get warmer. We've been going to the farmers' market, eagerly grabbing (and gobbling) those hallmarks of spring: ramps, artichokes, and now, asparagus!
There's nothing more comforting (or impressive) on a cold winter night than a hot gratin from the oven. Here are four easy vegetable sides, a cheesy baked dip, and our favorite French onion soup -- gratinée, of course.
Problem: The oven is full. The turkey's in there, maybe a pan of stuffing, too. So, um, where will the vegetables go?
If you know you've got a vegan in residence, you must take a moment to make sure there are a few dishes with no verboten ingredients in them.
I decided to do something very different to make a ratatouille creation that is structurally beautiful, delicious, a bit more healthy in nutrients and fiber, and fast and easy to cook.
Don't let your main dish hog all the attention. Each of these straightforward but scrumptious classics goes with pretty much anything, and could actually steal the show on its own.
When you cook a lot, it is easy to run into periods of side-dish-fatigue, ending up serving the same old side dishes every day. But don't despair! Her...
For the past year, Food52.com readers have been voting in weekly showdowns of reader-submitted recipes on a given theme. The winning recipes of each w...
Turkey usually gets star billing on Thanksgiving, but the sides shouldn't be relegated to a supporting role. We asked 6 talented chefs who cook Amer...
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