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Thumb_7487_High-Heat Roasted Chicken With Potatoes

Thumb_7487_High-Heat Roasted Chicken With Potatoes

Doesn't this recipe sound good? It is. If you'd like some ideas about what to eat with it, click on the "goes with..." tab to the left. For the lowdown on ingredients, techniques and tools, click on "related tips."

Thumb_5004_Quick Pickled Beets

Thumb_5004_Quick Pickled Beets

This takes almost no time to do and leaves you with a delicious accompaniment to grilled and roasted meats, a snappy salad topping or sandwich condiment. Be sure to use a nonreactive saucepan and bowl -- the reaction of copper and aluminum to the acid in the vinegar can impart a metallic taste to the dish.

Thumb_11022_Cornbread

Thumb_11022_Cornbread

This is a basic, Southern recipe for buttery cornbread. It's a staple in diners all across the South, but delicious alongside any meal, anywhere. Cornbread goes particularly well with soups and stews.

Thumb_5096_Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Thumb_5096_Roasted Brussels Sprouts

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Thumb_9705_Roasted Waxy Potatoes

Thumb_9705_Roasted Waxy Potatoes

This may be our favorite way to cook potatoes. High heat makes them crisp and golden on the outside and pillowy on the inside. Toss them with butter or melted duck fat instead of olive oil for more indulgence. To brighten them up at the end, drizzle them with a little Champagne vinegar.

Thumb_4629_Mashed Celeriac

Thumb_4629_Mashed Celeriac

Celeriac, also known as "celery root" and "turnip-rooted celery," is a root vegetable related to ordinary stalk celery. Try mashed celeriac instead of potatoes next to your favorite roast; it provides a similar comforting, fluffy warmth with a subtly different flavor.

Thumb_5756_Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Thumb_5756_Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Mashed potatoes are the ultimate comfort food - adding in garlic and extra cream just makes them even better.  If you happen to have roasted garlic on hand, that is also delicious - just mix it in at the end.

Thumb_6331_Corn Pudding

Thumb_6331_Corn Pudding

Depending on what you're having with this, you could add any number of spices and herbs. Start with a tablespoon each of dried parsley, basil, sage and thyme. Stir them into the mixture before pouring it into the baking dish.

Thumb_5099_Roasted Sweet Potatoes With Cilantro-Lime Butter

Thumb_5099_Roasted Sweet Potatoes With Cilantro-Lime Butter

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Thumb_10696_Creamed Corn

Thumb_10696_Creamed Corn

Creamed corn is a classic side - sweet and creamy in one, kid-friendly vegetable side.  If you like a bit more spice, try mixing in some chili powder or cayenne pepper to taste.

Thumb_7145_Simple Glazed Carrots

Thumb_7145_Simple Glazed Carrots

If there were ever a way to get kids to eat their vegetables, it would be to give them a light glaze.  This one is made with honey, and adds that extra bit of sweetness to already sweet carrots. See step-by-step instructions and pictures at the cookthink blog.

Thumb_8086_Roasted New Potatoes With Vinegar And Garlic

Thumb_8086_Roasted New Potatoes With Vinegar And Garlic

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