After first publishing this Green Bean Casserole recipe a few years ago, it instantly became one of our favorite Thanksgiving dishes. It’s an easy recipe, and can be prepped in advance. I’m republishing it today in honor of the woman who invented the green bean casserole, Dorcas Reilly, who passed away last week at age 92.
Feel good about eating any of these fries – these salt-free and potato-free fries are a delicious and healthy twist on an old favorite.
Instead of focusing on what I couldn’t eat, I came up with up with something else I love, and simply chose to make that a part of the holiday. It’s now one of my favorite parts of the holiday meal.
This raw, vegan, gluten-free Zucchini Pasta Pesto Primavera is a hearty meal with none of the guilt. It’s fun, healthy, easy, delicious, and of course unprocessed.
There’s a trendy lunch café near our house that serves upscale sandwiches, prepared salads, and side dishes. My favorite dish there is the shrimp salad, which has generously plump shrimp in a creamy sauce… so I decided to recreate it at home.
Cooking for your family takes a lot of time and effort, right? It doesn’t have to! Sous vide cooking can take a lot of the effort out of meal prep.
Raita is a side dish in Indian cuisine that is meant to cool the palate and soothe the stomach after eating the spicy main course. Prep the ingredients in advance and mix in just a few minutes before serving for a crisp and refreshing side dish to your festive platters.
Today, Amie shares her story about how going unprocessed changed her health… and recipe for a simple, delicious side dish that takes very little prep work.