Sweet apples and raisins combine with savory herbs and vegetables for a delicious fall wild rice stuffing.
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This sweet potato risotto is a fall treat, bringing floral notes of a dry white wine, creamy flavors of parmesan cheese, and sweet and spiced sweet potatoes into one satisfying dish.
A hearty fall rice pilaf that would make a delicious side or stuffing for that Thanksgiving turkey!
Here’s a fun twist on Spanish rice. Use sweet potatoes instead of the classic tomatoes for a sweeter rendition.
A tasty paella full of veggies and with just a light touch of fish, for those who aren’t ready to tackle a full on seafood paella.
Don’t be intimidated by these little rolls. Tasty, fresh sushi is not as hard as it would seem.
Smokey, spicy, nutty, earthy with a bit of a vinegar tang. This brown rice pilaf is unexpected, but oh so good!
This recipe is a twist on your classic tuna rice casserole, taking the flavors to a new level in quiche form.
We’re getting in the Mardi Gras spirit today with some good old Creole food. Generous chunks of ham and large, succulent shrimp simmer with tomatoes, rice, and zesty creole seasonings to create this warming and hearty dish.
Our first squash of the season! Moving in and getting settled has really thrown our fall cooking. Normally we would have started going squash crazy sooner, but better late than never! I don’t know about you, but squash gets me excited. Acorn and butternut are my absolute favorites. (Aside from …
TheKnot.com has a nifty wedding countdown ticker that always lets you know how many days until your wedding. Tim and I hadn’t logged in in a few months, so the other day when we went to update our checklist we were greeted with a surprise. THERE ARE LESS THAN 100 …