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Roasted Carrots and Chickpeas

Roasted Carrots and Chickpeas / Bev Cooks

Side dish Thursday! It’s not a thing. Actually, it’s side dish WEEK. I gave you skillet potatoes on Tuesday, and carrots Thursday. WHAT HAPPENS ON SATURDAY! Well, nothing. Deal. Just kidding. This is a suuuuper simple recipe that goes well with anything. Roasted CHICKEN, seared STEAK, maybe some PORK. Or just on its own, if […]

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Cheesy Skillet Potatoes

Cheesy Skillet Potatoes / Bev Cooks

EASIEST. POTATO SIDE. EVER. And get this, they’re not totally scalloped. They’re just layered. With cheese and garlic and butter and cheese and cheese. So if scalloping potatoes makes you skeered, don’t! Just layer. With cheese and garlic and butter and cheese and cheese. But first, a little back story. Over Easter weekend, my sister-in-law […]

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Roasted Cauliflower Soup

Roasted Cauliflower Soup / Bev Cooks

First slurp fest of the year! And it’s roasted. It’s all roasted. Praise be. (<–name that show.) If you’re not into cauliflower (WHO ARE YOU), I hiiiighly recommend taking a stab at roasting it. Cauliflower isn’t true cauliflower unless it’s been roasted to smithereens. But first, let’s talk about how simple this soup is. And […]

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Sweet Potato Noodle and Kale Casserole

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There are noodles in that casserole. Sweet potato noodles. Shall we boogie? Sweet potato casserole was always my ultimate fave Thanksgiving side dish growing up. Remember all those toasty marshmallows and buttery, crumbled nuts on top? Mah gah. And while I could still giddily inhale 13 pans of that glory today, I’m trying to come […]

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Lentil, Kale and White Bean Salad

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FAVORITE NEW LUNCH. Sorry to scream. So this sucks. (not the salad, but what I’m about to tell you.) A week before Labor Day I somehow hurt my ankle while running. I’m not sure when the exact moment was, because I don’t remember anything specifically happening during my run, like a snap, a crackle, or […]

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