For "Thanksgivukkah," you can serve this soup to hit both Thanksgiving and Hanukkah flavors at once. It's easy to make with store-bought ingredients. The recipe serves up to 15 people, perfect for all your guests and family coming over for the holiday. 
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Roasted Root Vegetables with Indian Masala
These tender and vibrant little sweet treats demand no adulteration. Less does the trick with them. So I just tossed them in olive oil, threw them in the oven for a few minutes, sprinkled a dash of chaat masala, and served with our evening chai. They went faster than you can imagine! See all carrot recipes.
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An Everlasting Meal
Rich, piquant rémoulade salads, usually made from celery root, are in season when the ground ices over and the only vegetables available are fibrous roots. If you ever wonder whether all vegetables really can become salads, stop and look at a celery root, with its grizzled, warty skin. In France, it's waited for all year long, itself a reason to look forward to the arrival of shorter days.  Click here to see How to Season a Salad. 
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Lemon Zest
Sabrina Sexton’s Irish version of the Italian dish Osso Buco is served with root vegetables and a lemony gremolata that’s a bright addition to the tender, flavorful meat. 
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roasted squash and root vegetables
Put those fall vegetables to good use and make this side dish for Thanksgiving or for a family dinner. This will be a healthy dish everyone will enjoy.
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Braised Short Ribs
Fork-tender short ribs are paired with sweet, Guinness-soaked prunes, roasted cipollini onions, and hearty roasted vegetables in this dish from Wade Murphy, executive head chef at The Lodge at Doonbeg, in County Clare, Ireland. A modern interpretation of traditional meat and potatoes, it’s one of his favorite dishes to make this time of year. Making the short ribs a day in advance and storing them in a refrigerator allows you to skim off the fat easily, with a spoon, the next day. — Allison Beck
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Classic and comforting roast chicken and veggies.
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Roasted root vegetable Salad
Try this healthy salad with this Sweet Balsamic Roasted Pork recipe or eat it as is on a bed of spinach, like in this recipe.
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Braised Red Cabbage
Try this eye-catching, easy-to-make braised cabbage for a change of pace from the usual roasted root vegetables and rice pilaf.
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Roasted Vegetables
The combination of vegetables become silky, soft and utterly delicious when roasted. The optional chile flakes add a little kick, but feel free to leave them out if you want something more subtle. This dish goes wonderfully with any roast, fish or just on it's own.
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Maybe it’s because I grew up spending Christmas Eve in Chinatown with my clan of New York City Jews, but celebrating the holiday has always felt like a work in progress. Since I’m not wedded to any one particular tradition, I’ve jumped around, trying different ones on for size. One of them has become braising a large hunk of meat. For our family, it’s the ideal holiday dish. We can braise it in advance, serve it to friends on Christmas Eve, then reheat the leftovers for Christmas dinner, when we are too tired from opening presents and our annual Christmas walk around the park (one of my new favorite traditions) to want to cook anything new. We’ve varied the contents of the braising pot over the years, but keep coming back to leg of lamb because we both love it and since we don’t eat it very often, it seems like a special meal. Plus, braising a bone-in leg of lamb is an excellent way to cook it. The marrow flows into the sauce, thickening and seasoning it, while the meat collapses and becomes spoonably soft. In this recipe, I’ve added anchovy and olives to the pot to give the sauce a tangy depth that works well with all the rich meat. It’s especially nice served over a smooth, sweet root vegetable purée spiked with garlic, which acts like a velvety sauce. On Christmas Day, we toss the leftovers with pasta. It’s a wonderful new two-day tradition, boiled down into one pot.
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Roasted Root Vegetables
Honey, raisins, dried cranberries and apricots, crystallized ginger, and a touch of orange zest lend a sweet and zesty flavor to a healthy Thanksgiving side dish.See all root vegetable recipes. Click here to see A Gluten-Free Thanksgiving.
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