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Sometimes it’s OK to burn things -- within reason, of course. Here charred broccoli adds complexity to a smoky, vibrant chimichurri sauce for a seared flank steak. The rest is dressed for a simple side.

Stuffed apricots are an iconic Turkish dessert. We found that by tweaking the sugar concentration of the syrup, we could simultaneously cook, candy, and rehydrate our apricots.

You will love the combination of two textures of Brussels sprouts -- the roasted chunks and the blanched leaves -- and also the true Caesar dressing made with salty anchovies. Plus, this salad has soft eggs and bacon. What's not to like about that?

Depending on how it’s cooked or cut, cabbage can yield all kinds of different flavors, from crisp and peppery in coleslaw to beautifully caramelized, as in this dish.

Raw Brussels sprouts and kale leaves may sound like an odd combination for a salad, but these two cabbage-like vegetables are perfect together; since the uncooked leaves hold up well for hours, they're ideal for picnics and making ahead

The sweet, nutty flavor of roasted butternut squash pairs best with flavors that are bold enough to balance that sweetness. We chose the traditional Middle Eastern spice blend za'atar (a pungent combination of toasted sesame seeds, thyme, marjoram, and sumac).

Wild rice preservation advocate Marcia Lavine has this recipe for a savory dish showcasing the grain and three types of sausage.

If you're looking for syrup-sweet, marshmallow-crowned yams, this is not the recipe for you. If you’re interested in sweet potatoes that taste like sweet potatoes with a little extra, then consider Grandma Hill’s approach.

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