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Pan-seared lamb served in a bowl of toasted pumpkin seeds, delicata squash, goat cheese, cranberries, and quinoa. Oh, and it's all drizzled in a DIY Honey-Thyme Dressing. Can you say yum?This recipe is provided by the American Lamb Board.View Recipe
I used to always avoid salads with fruit in them, thinking that they just didn't belong there, but recently I've discovered how well fruits work in salads. In this one, for instance, the sweetness of mango adds a colorful touch to the salad that nicely pairs with the toasted pumpkin seeds and creamy avocado.
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This salad showcases cool-season ingredients such as kale, endive, lemons, and mandarins. Garnish it with pomegranate seeds or toasted pumpkin seeds if you like.
Serve as one of your Thanksgiving appetizers. The toasted pumpkin seeds add a nice crunch to the soft avocados. It's recommeneded that you pair this dish with Thorny Rose Chardonnay.
Sea Island’s Executive Chef Jonathan Jerusalmy is a native Frenchman and has incorporated his French influence into the holiday menus of the resort’s various restaurants with dishes like Chestnut Soup, Foie Gras Flan and Croque-en-Bouche. “Having not spent the holidays with my family in more than 20 years, the way to feel close to them during this time of year is through the smell and taste of holiday dishes I remember. These dishes cradled my childhood and inspired me to become a chef.”
Roasting beets accentuates their natural sweetness, while toasted pumpkin seeds and arugula bring forth contrasts in texture and flavor, respectively. Radishes are thrown in for good measure. I used candy-striped beets here, but you should buy whatever looks best.
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This smooth and savory soup uses fresh ginger, which regulates the intestinal track and could prevent stomach ulcers. Lobster adds a healthy source of protein to your soup, to keep you full after your meal. View Recipe
By now everyone knows the great health benefits of dark, leafy greens like kale, so why not treat your body to this fresh mix with homemade vinaigrette? — Angela CarlosCourtesy of Dan Olson, Executive Chef/Partner of Railtown Catering and Railtown Cafe.View Recipe
Try this simple and hearty recipe when you need a little warmth on a chilly autumn day. You can even serve it with some crème fraîche or toasted pumpkin seeds for added decadence. View Recipe
Dried apricots sprinkle this quinoa pilaf with chewy, sweet fruit flavors which balance crunchy, toasted pumpkin seeds. Cilantro and lemon juice brighten this hearty, healthy grain salad. This recipe comes to us from Jen Brody of Domestic Divas.See all apricot recipes.View Recipe
This delicious Maine Lobster Bisque will tide guests over until the big holiday feast. Garnish with toasted pumpkin seeds and serve as appetizer shooters or in small bowls. Blanc de Blancs Champagne or sparkling wine pairs well to cut through the dish’s richness and adds a celebratory kick-off to the holiday celebration. Recipe courtesy of Julienne Guyette-Bailey.
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Here's a simple and flavorful side dish featuring butternut squash. Toasted pumpkin seeds lend a nutty, rich flavor and a distinct crunch to the squash, and dried cranberries add a little zing and sweetness. Serve this as an accompaniment to roasted meats, chicken, or fish.
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