Vegetable challenged? Hook yourself up with this big, beautiful mess of peppers sautéed with shallots, red wine vinegar, a little sugar and a pinch of thyme. It’s the kind of thing you can find a million uses for.
It might not be the prettiest slaw, but this pile of chopped cabbage with toasted ramen noodles, sliced almonds and sesame seeds has a crunch that’s super-addictive.
My new favorite side: a creamy, tangy pasta salad with grated carrot and chopped celery for crunch.
A dreamy, creamy, super-cheesy dish that could do double-duty as a vegetarian main course or side.
It’s not Thanksgiving without this classic Southern side, served on the table, as God intended.
Thanksgiving cooking doesn’t get much easier than this jammy, ruby-red sauce with the perfect balance of tart and sweet.
Add some warm chickpeas or hard-boiled egg to turn this warm, lemon-kissed salad into a full-blown meal.
You could make a meal of these sauteed greens topped with melted cheese and crunchy sourdough croutons. I did.