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by Sarah Steimer

Simple vegetable curry

This recipe is the result of wanting a very comforting meal without almost any hassle and definitely without having to dirty more than one pot. The result was just that, and was even better when I reheated it for lunch the following day.

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by Sarah Steimer

Creamy thyme sweet potatoes

I made this as a side dish for these gluten-free waffles a few weeks back. They didn’t turn out how I intended, but man did they taste amazing! Such a great, savory side dish for brunch or dinner.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Roasted sweet potatoes with chickpeas, dried cranberries and pesto

I love all of the opportunity a plain roasted sweet potato presents. The addition of pesto, dried cranberries, toasted walnuts, quinoa and chickpeas make it magical.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Sweet potato balls with smoky cashew aioli

Aioli is a sauce traditionally made with olive, oil, lemon, garlic and egg yolks, but this one’s a little different in that it includes softened raw cashews instead of egg yolks. Plus, smoked paprika is like magic pixie dust. Don’t skimp and grab for regular paprika. Buy a little bottle of the smoked version, and I promise you won’t regret it. I’ll be looking for new ways to incorporate it, so stay tuned. My first experiment was to add it to hummus — delicious!

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by Caitlin Saniga

I've been all about dishes that liven up cold-weather staples lately. Cilantro and lime add lots of brightness and color to a soup that has lots of warm flavors, a nice combination.

I’ve been all about dishes that liven up cold-weather staples lately. Cilantro and lime add lots of brightness and color to a soup that has lots of warm flavors, a nice combination.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Sweet potato salad with olives, edamame and cashews

I was inspired to come up with this recipe when I read about the unlikely combination of sweet potatoes and olives in a recent issue of Vegetarian Times, which suggested that the sweetness of the potatoes can be balanced with the tangyness of the olives. Spot on, VT. I added some edamame and scallions for color and some cashews for crunch, and a blanket of balsamic vinaigrette sealed the deal. This dish was delicious.


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Every family has its staples and traditions at Thanksgiving, and that’s part of what makes the holiday great. But every once in a while, it’s not just the bread for stuffing that gets stale. If you’re looking for some inspiration for a new dish or two, try our guide! We collected some of our favorite recipes from the past few years.

Should you try any of these recipes, please let us know. We would love to hear that we gained a spot at your Thanksgiving table.

— Sarah and Caitlin

Staples

Ideas for Thanksgiving basics: stuffing and turkey.

Ideas for Thanksgiving basics: stuffing and turkey.

Green beans

Our green bean recipes include a fresh take on a canned classic.

Our green bean recipes include a fresh take on a canned classic.

Potatoes

Roast 'em, mash 'em, boil 'em. Whatever you do — eat your potatoes.

Roast ‘em, mash ‘em, boil ‘em. Whatever you do — eat your potatoes.

Carrots

Carrots at Thanksgiving? Helps to make sure your eyesight is perfect for watching the football game.

Carrots at Thanksgiving? Helps to make sure your eyesight is perfect for watching the football game.

Sweet potatoes

The only thing that could be better than a regular potato — is a sweet potato.

The only thing that could be better than a regular potato — is a sweet potato.

Brussels sprouts

Brussels have become a popular Thanksgiving side, so make some room for the little cabbages.

Brussels have become a popular Thanksgiving side, so make some room for the little cabbages.

Cranberry sauce

Sure, the stuff in the can ain't bad — if you don't mind seeing the can rings on your food (but really, we wouldn't judge).

Sure, the stuff in the can ain’t bad — if you don’t mind seeing the can rings on your food (but really, we wouldn’t judge).

Rolls and biscuits

Hey, it's Thanksgiving — the more starch the better.

Hey, it’s Thanksgiving — the more starch the better.

Beverages

You've got a long day ahead — and we all know what could help speed it up.

You’ve got a long day ahead — and we all know what could help speed it up.

Pie

And to wrap it all up: the fabulous pies.

And to wrap it all up: the fabulous pies.

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