November

Roasted Salmon Niçoise Salad

Fresh meets roasted in a clever salad featuring all the flavor. Salmon, baby potatoes, and green beans find their way to the oven for roasting while greens, hard boiled eggs, cherry tomatoes, and olives wait for them at the plate. Drizzle it all with a flavorful dressing and dinner is served!

Brioche French Toast, Waffle Style

Decadent French toast meets crisp waffles with a clever blended recipe. If you have leftover brioche, eggs, half and half, and autumn spices, this is a stunningly good post-Thanksgiving breakfast to enjoy.

Mini Bundt Cakes

The key to perfect mini bundt cakes is preparing the pan for baking. Once you've got that down, any variety or flavor that gives you joy is within reach. And for Thanksgiving, that might mean a variety!

Stuffed Roasted Squash

Instead of serving stuffing in the bird (unsafe) or in a bowl (boring), try turning your favorite varieties of winter squash into edible bowls with some roasting, stuffing, and baking in the oven.

Purple Chopped Salad

Add a lot of color and nutrition to your Thanksgiving feast with a creative chopped salad featuring purple cauliflower, daikon radish, and tender turnip all in the same color palette: purple!

Garlic Butter Rolls

Get a great recipe for a great bread roll recipe that can be made several different ways and enjoyed with everything from Thanksgiving dinner to your favorite pasta dish.

Air Fryer Green Beans

Make one of your Thanksgiving sides in fewer than 15 minutes without sacrificing flavor, texture, or nutrition. Tender green beans hold onto their best and really shine when you use your air fryer to prepare them. Plus, you won't need to tie up the oven!

Cast Iron Focaccia

A cast iron skillet and a bread machine make fantastic focaccia a snap. Get the basic recipe and top it (or don't) any way you'd like. Mine had cheese and olives, but this is definitely a make it your own kind of thing.

Chickpea & Squash Tacos with Avocado Cream

Give a nod to fall by loading your tacos with roasted chickpeas, squash, and onions along with a generous helping of avocado cream. And if the weather cooperates, take it all outside to enjoy.

Tomato-Corn-Avocado Salad

Sometimes you have to lean into the fabulous color palette gardens offer. Four fantastic vegetables - avocado, tomato, pepper, and corn - come together to make an absolutely beautiful, entirely delicious salad to accompany your favorite dishes.