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This is a fantastic dish to serve along with your Thanksgiving meal. If you're feeling adventurous you can even make it with butternut squash instead of potato.
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Harry Zernike
The ultimate cold weather dish—soupe à l’oignon gratinée—was the pièce de résistance of a popular winter cooking class called “Midnight in Paris” that I taught several years ago. This recipe is based loosely on the first onion soup I ever made from Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Volume I. The main difference is that I suggest using a quick short-cut beef stock instead of Julia’s homemade stock.This is a soup where the quality of ingredients used for the topping matters. An aged Gruyère and slices of a good crusty baguette will add immeasurably to the dish’s success. One last tip direct from Julia: She suggests stirring some small strips of Gruyère into the soup before adding the toasted bread slices. Those little strips melt as the soup simmers in the oven, melding beautifully into the onion broth.Recipe excerpted from Soup Nights: Satisfying Soups and Sides for Delicious Meals All Year by Betty Rosbottom, Rizzoli New York, 2016. Click here to purchase your own copy.
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Pick up your fresh pumpkin at a local farmer’s market to create a delicious vegetable gratin. Baking the pumpkin in the oven with the Parmesan cheese and hazelnuts forms a savory and sweet crust.
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Potato Gratin
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Looking to mix up your sides this holiday? This potato gratin uses thinly sliced potatoes and Hood sour cream to create a light and crispy dish that upstages everything else on your plate. For more delicious seasonal recipes visit Hood.com.
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"None of the kids at your table will be complaining about eating their vegetables after they’ve tried this recipe. The most delicious spinach I’ve ever made, and the prep time is almost non-existent. It’s great as an appetizer or side, and you can add artichokes or mushrooms for a tasty surprise!" — Julie Benz
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Parsnip and Kale Gratin
I use a classic rich combination of cream, butter, and garlic to draw out the seductive qualities of soft parsnips and kale. Together, they make a decadent, delicious dish.V is for Vegetables recipe courtesy Little, Brown and Company Copyright© 2015 by Michael Anthony and Dorothy Kalins Ink., LLC Photographs © Maura McEvoy 
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“A delicious side dish that’s so versatile it can be served with beef, lamb, pork, or chicken. Five tablespoons of horseradish may seem excessive, but it’s what gives this dish a wonderful zesty flavor.” — Kerry Dunnington, author of This Book Cooks
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Cheesy Potato Mushroom Gratin
There’s nothing that pairs better with dinner than a cheesy potato casserole. This dish was one of the top 10 finalist recipes from the World Recipe Championship competition at the 2014 World Food Championships.This recipe is courtesy of Potato Goodness.
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Avocado and Crab Gratin
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This dish makes a delicate starter and really heroes the avocado. The Maille Mustard with Olives and Herbes de Provence adds a slight “kick” to the rich, buttery flavor of the avocado.Recipe provided courtesy of Maille.
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Sweet Potato Gratin
Just because the holidays are approaching doesn’t mean you have to gain weight. Lighten up the traditional potato gratin while retaining flavor by using spray oil and chicken stock.Recipe is courtesy of Slimming World.
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Cauliflower gratin isn’t exactly reinventing the wheel when it comes to casseroles, but this version certainly does, with an all-around perfect Gruyère cheese sauce and alternative baking times for the most perfect results. Click here to see more casserole recipes.
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Alaska Pollock Gratin
Recipe Courtesy of Alaska SeafoodThis Alaska pollock gratin is far from diet food, however it’s a worth-while indulgence. Gooey cheese, pungent mustard, and Alaska pollock make for a lovely taste and textural combination.
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