Squash, pumpkins, and sweet potatoes are some of the ingredients that shine in November. While these make for some great pies, hearty soups, and rich sauces, here are some other ingredients that deserve a little spotlight this month too.
Keep away the winter chill by cozying up to a comforting bowl of Ham and Sweet Potato Soup! This easy and delicious, paleo friendly recipe, is packed with healthy vegetables and is a great use of leftover ham.
Slip into your plush socks, wrap yourself in a cozy blanket, and warm your hands around a bowl of this hearty winter soup. This recipe promises to take your chills away.
Making cheese and potato filled pierogi is a fun holiday tradition, not unlike making cut-out cookies. Served with fried leeks and butter for a great texture and a stunning presentation.
Leeks are braised in stock with a topping of breadcrumbs and cheese for a simple, but so flavorful side dish.
A feast for the senses, this dish has crispy leeks, vibrant orange and red hues, and rich-flavored scallops that are foiled by the tangy pomegranate sauce.
Serve this vibrant soup with a bung hunk of crusty bread for a simple and refreshing lunch.
Summer corn is so flavorful it hardly needs anything at all, but a few well-chosen additions just brighten the taste.
This dish references the sweet and cinnamon notes of your typical kugel, but adds leeks and swiss chard for a savory spin that is appropriate at any meal.
The inspiration for this Spanish spring dish comes from the very humble Tortilla Espanola.
Sometimes you just need a clean, bright pasta dish that’s not too heavy. Like this one.
A delicious early fall soup prepared from only a handful of good ingredients.