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EDIBLE FEAST on YAHOO |Transform Your Mac and Cheese | Baked Macaroni and Cheese with Peas and Chard

6 Ways to Transform Your Mac and Cheese
Baked mac and cheese is pretty much the ultimate comfort food on a frigid day. Whether you spice it up with pimentos, bake it with winter veggies like squash, Swiss chard and peas, top off some pizza with it (really!) or try a vegan version, these warming dishes are sure to hit the spot.
Edible Feast on Yahoo | ediblefeast.com | January 20, 2016

 

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Baked Mac n Cheese

My kids never say no to mac and cheese, and I never say no to taking care of dinner and lunch the next day with one recipe – especially when it’s packed with veggies like winter squash, Swiss chard and peas!

September 4, 2015 | Terry Walters

EDIBLE FEAST on YAHOO | Favorite PotLuck Dishes | Avocado, Orange and Daikon Salad with Cumin Lime Vinaigrette

9 Cookbook Authors Share Their Favorite Potluck Dish
Do you have a go-to potluck? A dish that pleases a crowd and is easy to make? We asked some of our favorite cookbook authors and bloggers what they love to bring to potlucks to help make this season of holiday gatherings a little easier. Check out the recipes they shared and get inspired to try something new at your next dinner party.
Dina El Nabli | Editorial Director, ediblefeast.com | November 17, 2015

 

Click on recipe name for full recipe: Avocado, Orange and Daikon Salad with Cumin Lime Vinaigrette

Avocado, Orange and Daikon Salad with Cumin Lime Vinaigrette-3You could dress cardboard with this vinaigrette and I’d devour it, but you’ll probably prefer this recipe featuring one of my favorite winter salad combinations. Sweet and juicy oranges, creamy rich avocado and pungent daikon make this a cleansing and refreshing raw winter salad.

November 17, 2015 | Terry Walters

EDIBLE FEAST | Featured Recipe | Roasted Roots with Apple Cider Reduction

Click on recipe name for full recipe: Roasted Roots with Apple Cider Reduction

Roasted Roots with Apple Cider ReductionWhen plants die back in the Fall, their nutritional value goes down into the roots, resulting in produce that is super-healing and strengthening to our immune systems. Use this recipe as a template for experimenting with the many roots and tubers available.

November 16, 2015 | Terry Walters