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Orange-Marinated Beets

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Spiralizing beets creates a gorgeous pile of vegetables. If you don't have a spiralizer, you can grate the beets.

Kung Pao Cauliflower

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The spicy Sichuanese flavors of a kung pao stir-fry are normally associated with chicken, but it works well with vegetables, too—especially cauliflower, which soaks up [...]

Basic DIY Kimchi

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Korean food is hot stuff these days, and kimchi is always on the table. Our basic homemade kimchi is easy to make and versatile to use.

Vegetarian Black Bean Chili with Squash

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Tempeh is a firm, chewy cake made from fermented soybeans, and its dense texture makes it a hearty stand-in for meat. Tempeh does well marinated—it [...]

Winter Shakshuka with Butternut Squash

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Our Winter Shakshuka gives the popular Israeli dish a cool-weather spin with a thick sauce made from roasted butternut squash.

Roasted Butternut Squash with Shallots

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This super-simple side dish is terrific on its own or as a base for other creations, from soup to tacos and quesadillas to pasta and pizza.

Simple Dry-Brined Turkey Breast with Sage

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A turkey breast half is a great option for smaller Thanksgiving gatherings -- or if you need a little extra meat to feed a larger crew.

11 Thanksgiving Side Dishes That Steal the Spotlight

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We really have goo-goo eyes for Thanksgiving side dishes, and with these nourishing recipes you'll feel just fine about helping yourself to seconds.

Beef Tacos with Quick-Pickled Radishes

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These easy grilled beef tacos come together in less than 30 minutes. You'll even have leftovers for sandwiches and salads later in the week.

Quick-Pickled Radishes with Dill

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These radishes add a bright note to sandwiches, salads, tacos and even atop pizza or flatbread. You can use any variety of radishes—from common red radishes to glorious watermelon radishes.