If you’re lucky enough to have garden space where you live, spaghetti squash is also one of the easiest gourds to grow. In addition to them being easy to grow, and being low maintenance in the garden, spaghetti squash can be kept for up to two months as long as you store them in a cool, dry space, but NOT the refrigerator. All these (and many more) are fantastic reasons to feature this deliciously amazing gourd in today’s Spaghetti Squash Recipe Roundup.
I love the flavor of fennel but don’t cook with it often enough. This year I’m determined to add more fennel dishes to our dinner table and this recipe for Fennel Onion Gratin was a great place to start!
Whether you grow your own vegetables at home, visit a local farmer’s market for seasonal produce, or shop at your neighborhood grocery store, you simply must add this Farmer’s Market Fresh Vegetable Salad to your menu list while Mother Nature’s bounty of summertime goodness is at it’s peak of flavor! It is truly what summer is all about when it comes to flavor and freshness!
There is something so tantalizing about biting into tender, soft pillows of fresh mozzarella that are partnered with perfectly cooked pasta shells, and then smothered in big, bold Italian flavors!
Lightly caramelized, and deliciously flavorful, these Oven Roasted Carrots, Broccoli, Shallots, and Cashews are the perfect side dish to make for any meal.
Or, since it’s so satisfying, why not make it as a vegetarian meal all on its own? Whichever way you choose to serve this dish, I know you’re going to love it!
Brie with Aged Cheddar Grilled Cheese sandwiches will wake up your adult senses from the boring kid-friendly grilled cheese sandwich of your […]
I’m not exactly sure what made me come up with this unusual veggie side dish idea, but once I did, I ran with it!