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Bread Stuffing with Sage

This incredibly simple stuffing has a traditional flavor everyone will love. It's a wonderful complement to Salt and Pepper Turkey.

Author: Martha Stewart

Sauteed Mushrooms

This technique for washing and sauteing mushrooms provides a different texture and deep flavor to our sautéed mushroom recipe. Our method ensures your mushrooms are sautéed perfectly without becoming...

Author: Martha Stewart

Potato Galette

A staple of the French countryside, potato galette is an ideal accompaniment to roasted chicken or beef tenderloin. Be sure to use clarified butter, which will not burn as quickly as regular butter during...

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Asparagus Vinaigrette

Asparagus is at its flavorful best for only a short time, usually between March and May, when you'll want to avail yourself of its abundance. There are, of course, a number of ways to prepare and serve...

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Sauteed Baby Artichokes

This recipe comes to us courtesy of chef and author James Peterson.

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Roasted Squash with Parmesan

Parmesan cheese complements tender summer squash and green zucchini in this recipe from chef Dan Kluger of ABC Kitchen. It's a delicious and versaitle summer side dish.

Author: Martha Stewart

Roasted Asparagus with Cherry Tomatoes and Garlic

This tasty roasted asparagus recipe is courtesy of chef Emeril Lagasse. It's a delicious spring side dish.

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Eggplant and Peppers with Feta

There is something about eggplant that I really love, and when you grill it, an amazing thing happens to the taste and texture that is truly delicious. Grilling adds a smoky flavor that I cannot resist....

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Callaloo

This mineral-rich leafy green is a staple in the Jamaican diet; saute it with onions, scallions, and thyme to make a healthy vegetable side dish. If you can't find callaloo, Swiss chard or mustard greens...

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Emeril's Haricots Verts

This recipe is courtesy of chef Emeril Lagasse.

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Stir Fried Asparagus

This recipe for stir-fried asparagus is a bright, flavorful way to prepare the vegetable.

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Simple Turkey Stuffing

The great thing about stuffing is that it's almost impossible to mess up: A little more of this or less of that won't affect your results too much. The onething you want to have just the right amount of...

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Wilted Arugula

Serve alongside our Baked Cod with Olives and Rosemary Lentils.

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Mrs. Feinberg's Vegetable Kugel

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Chestnut Stuffing

Studded with meaty chestnuts and fragrant with parsley and sage, this stuffing is equally good cooked inside or outside the turkey (try our Classic Brined and Roasted Turkey recipe). You will need to dry...

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Easy Creamy Polenta

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Leek Celery Root Stuffing

Serve this delicious stuffing to complement our Roasted Dry-Brined Turkey.

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Broccoli with Oyster Sauce

You can find sweet and savory oyster sauce in Asian markets.

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Basic Bread Stuffing

To stuff your turkey, you'll need 4 cups unbaked stuffing for a 12-pound bird. Stuff it right before roasting and bake remaining stuffing in a 2-quart baking dish.

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Roasted Asparagus Spears

The tips of roasted asparagus should be just crisp and the stalks golden brown and tender.

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Sauteed Asparagus

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Irish Boxty Potatoes

Traditional Irish potato pancakes, also known as boxty, are made with a mixture of mashed and grated potatoes for a texture that's part pancake, part hash brown. Serve with Irish Bangers and Sauteed Swiss...

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Sauteed Baby Spinach

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Eggplant Fritters

These crispy fritters are an excellent side dish.

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Nanny's Cranberry Mold

Adapted from Anne Quatrano's Summerland: Recipes for Celebrating With Southern Hospitality (Rizzoli).

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Roasted Sesame Asparagus

Make these roasted asparagus with sesame for a delightful take on the classic side dish.

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Braised Endive

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Balsamic Glazed Potatoes

Balsamic vinegar and broth cook down to a nice glaze on these potatoes.

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Bourbon Mashed Sweet Potatoes

This recipe for bourbon mashed sweet potatoes is courtesy of chef Emeril Lagasse.

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Potato Latkes

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Fried Green Tomatoes

This seasonal southern recipe for fried green tomatoes is from Amy Goldman.

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"Creamed" Pearl Onions

Tender pearl onions melt in a flavorful sauce; reduced chicken stock and white wine, flavored with roasted garlic and thyme, take the place of cream.

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Big Bob Gibson's Bar B Q Baked Beans

No barbecue is complete without the classic side dish of baked beans. Although they are almost synonymous with Southern barbecue, baked beans actually originated in New England as a traditional Sunday...

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Stewed Collard Greens and White Beans

Cannellini beans are full of fiber and protein. Collards, rich in vitamins A and K and calcium, are in the cancer-fighting cruciferous family. Parmesan rind -- don't toss it! -- lends an incredibly rich...

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Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes

This recipe is courtesy of chef Emeril Lagasse.

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Classic Stuffing

The terms stuffing and dressing are often used interchangeably, but they do have different meanings: Stuffing is cooked inside the bird, dressing on its own. Use this recipe when making our Perfect Roast...

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Creamed Corn with Jalapenos

A combination of puréed corn and whole corn kernels make up this creamy side dish recipe. If you don't want this dish too spicy, use only the flesh of the jalapeños and discard the seeds, which hold...

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Shiitake Mushroom Stuffing and Sausage Stuffing

The base for these stuffings is the same, making it easy to serve both vegetarian and meat versions (for a full batch of meat stuffing, use an additional 1 1/2 pounds of sausage). This can accompany our...

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Herb Roasted Potatoes

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Roasted Vegetable Ragout

During the months when the produce aisle seems a bit bare (no locally grown tomatoes or piles of fresh corn in sight), take advantage of the ever-growing variety of root vegetables that are showing up...

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Oven Roasted Rosemary Potatoes

Sprigs of rosemary add a beautiful aroma to these simple roasted potatoes.

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Potato Pave

Pave, the French word for "paving stones," is a term chef Thomas Keller uses to describe any such rectangular or square food preparation. Try his recipe -- a slightly more refined version of scalloped...

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Crispy Potatoes with Rosemary

These potatoes taste just like French fries -- but they're not deep-fried.This recipe is one of our Better Basics: 10 New Takes on Family Favorites, see the others.

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Roasted Beets and Potatoes

This recipe for roasted beets and potatoes is courtesy of chef Jamie Oliver, and can be found in his book, "Cook with Jamie."

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Stove Top Potatoes

Use the tiniest whole red potatoes you can find for this potato dish, but if they aren't available, simply quarter the larger ones.

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Sausage Pear Stuffing

Firm pears such as Bosc or Anjou stand up well to baking and make a delicious foil for Italian sausage in this sweet-and-savory stuffing.

Author: Martha Stewart

Screamin' Mean Greens

This recipe adapted from "LaBelle Cuisine" by Patti LaBelle (Broadway; 1999).

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Braised Potatoes

Braising maximizes the potatoes' flavor and ensures that they're perfectly tender. Serve this alongside our Crisp Mustard-Glazed Chicken Breasts.

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Roasted Cauliflower with Cheese Sauce

Using Gruyere cheese makes this sauce a little richer and it blends well with cauliflower.

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Potato and Leek Gratin

Leeks, a fiber-filled root vegetable from the onion family, bring a sweet, delicate flavor to this classic potato gratin. Also Try:Breaded Pork Chops with Thyme, Poached Pears with Stilton

Author: Martha Stewart