Sweet potatoes are a tasty, healthy side dish. They are high in fiber, rich in beta-carotene, and low in calories. Although you can find them at the grocery store anytime of the year, I like to serve this dish in the fall months, when new crops of potatoes are arriving at the farmers’ markets. I use Greek yogurt to add some tanginess to the dish, but you can certainly replace it with sour cream or even crème fraîche. In any case, this creamy component is the finishing touch that makes each bite interesting!
This stuffed pork tenderloin is just beautiful at the table! In addition, the autumn flavors of dried cranberries and toasted walnuts make the entrée perfect for harvest celebrations. It is also an easy make-ahead option.
This colorful soup has a velvety texture and delicious, albeit slightly sweet taste. Roasting the squash delivers deeper flavor and fried sage-butter brings extra nuttiness to the dish. Enjoy this sweet and earthy soup now and freeze any leftovers for later.
In Eastern Europe, there are many dishes made with eggplant. It is such a versatile vegetable: roasted, fried, grilled, or pureed, it always tastes terrific!
A potato-beef casserole, eaten in Greece and Bulgaria.
This tomato soup is classic and perfect for when the weather is still cool. It takes no time at all to prepare and it will warm you and your family right up.