Category Archives: Side Dishes

Slow Roasted Tomatoes and Slow-Roasted Tomato Sauce

This is the first recipe I ever tried for roasting tomatoes several years ago and it’s a good one! But you’ll want to make sure you’ll be home for awhile, because the roasting takes 7 1/2 hours! It’s a great recipe to make on a cold day though, because with all that roasting time, your kitchen will be warm and cozy! You’ll just have to plan ahead a little to give yourself enough time!

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Maple-Pecan Sweet Potatoes

It’s hard to believe Thanksgiving is coming up so soon! And who doesn’t look forward to eating all that special holiday food? It’s always great when you can find delicious and healthy holiday recipes, like these Maple-Pecan Sweet Potatoes. I discovered this recipe several years ago when I reviewed a cookbook called Vegan Holiday Kitchen. It’s a beautiful cookbook with lots of full-color photos of the healthy, delicious recipes that are throughout the book.

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Lemon Rice and Veggie Bake

If you’re harvesting your garden veggies or buying them from the farmers’ market, here’s a tasty recipe you can use them in! I call it a Lemon Rice and Veggie Bake—the rice cooks up right in the pan of this casserole-style side dish. And lots of veggies are layered over the rice. All these ingredients bake up in a mix of olive oil, lemon juice, and broth (or water). I really like the lemon juice/olive oil combination—it gives the rice and veggies a great flavor!

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Deviled Eggs with Bacon and Chives

I’m a big fan of deviled eggs, especially in the summer! I love the classic deviled eggs like mom used to make, but I thought I’d try making some with a few extra add-ins, like bacon and fresh chives. You just can’t go wrong when you add bacon and chives to a recipe! 🙂

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Classic Potato Salad

Potato Salad is a summertime favorite—great for picnics, potlucks, cookouts, meals on the patio…you name it! There are lots of different potato salad recipes out there, but I wanted to make one that was on the classic side, and the classic potato salads I’ve had seem to always include cubed potatoes, mayo, vinegar, mustard, chopped pickles or pickle relish, hard boiled eggs, and paprika sprinkled on top!

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