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by Sarah Steimer

Broccoli and herb-stuffed portobellas

Vegetarian meals can’t be filling, you say? Yeah, eat this and try telling me that. Bill and I were as stuffed as can be (really, no pun intended) after we each had one of these mushrooms.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Herbal balsamic vinaigrette

I serve this dressing drizzled over fresh beet greens, roasted beets, and toasted walnuts. Use whatever herbs you have — dill, mint and tarragon might also be nice.

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by Sarah Steimer

Lemon-thyme cookies

Lemon and thyme can sound a little bit like a fancy bar of soap, but they actually make a pretty incredible cookie combination. Just one or two of these soft bites will leave you craving them at all hours of the day.

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by Sarah Steimer

Sauerkraut deviled eggs with thyme

The best parts of your deviled eggs don’t have to be tucked into the filling — they can be sprinkled on top like the thyme and smoked paprika on these eggs.

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by Sarah Steimer

Smashed thyme potatoes

I knew I had to post a potato recipe for a Meatless Monday St. Patrick’s Day. These smashed potatoes are the perfect little bites. Nice and soft on the inside while crispy and a little salty on the outside.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Lemon-thyme roasted chicken

I cooked the chicken, but I let Joel carve it. I’ll never forget the way he pulled apart that bird, sampling as he went. “This is just perfect,” he couldn’t stop saying.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Chlementhymes with bourbon

The less ripe the clementines are, the better. The simple syrup in this recipe adds lots of sweetness fast, so tart clementines do a nice job of balancing things.

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