Carrot Puree
Add a splash of color to your Passover table with this simple side of puréed carrots.This recipe is courtesy of Saveur.
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Instead of the requisite sweet potatoes with marshmallows dish, try this healthier version for your Thanksgiving feast!
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4.5
puglia
This traditional Pugliese dish is simple to prepare and showcases the rich flavors of Puglia's harvest. This recipe is courtesy of Especially Puglia 
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4.5
These potatoes with black truffle butter are a special side dish for your holiday table. For more recipes, visit Justmarriedandcooking.com
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This is a great dessert that is refreshing and easy to make. A dollop of whipped cream makes all the difference, too.  Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table
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Monte Bianco Meringue with Chestnut Purée and Whipped Cream
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This chestnut-stuffed meringue dish is shaped and named after Mont Blanc. Similar to pavlova, this light and airy dessert is topped with whipped cream. Recipe courtesy of Quattro restaurant in Miami.
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Another New York City Wine & Food Festival cocktail: the ginger concoction will be served at the hottest NYCWFF ticket, Brooklyn’s Backyard event. The drink was made by Top Chef judge Gail Simmons — now you know you have to try it. 
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Grilled Sweet Corn with Cornbread Puree and Lemon Popcorn
This creative twist on basic grilled corn, courtesy of chefs Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth of Root & Bone, is topped with crunchy lemon popcorn and served over a creamy cornbread puree making it perfect for a light, summertime meal.Looking for more recipes and tips for cooking with corn this summer? Click here for ideas from Sunshine Sweet Corn.
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3.5
Believe it or not, this was the first time I've ever seared scallops. Yes, it's true. I have a few tips that I picked up on while perfecting these guys that you should know if you're a first-timer, too. One, butter is key. Two, always make sure your scallops are very dry before you sear them. Three, don't overcrowd the pan, because the juices from the scallops will prevent you from properly searing them. The pea purée is a great complement, but keep in mind that you can substitute other vegetables into that as well, such as carrots, butternut squash, or corn. Click here to see 5 Sublime Scallop Recipes.
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Christine Dionese, health specialist and author of The Best Craft Cocktails & Bartending with Flair, has long been suggesting prickly pear for its blood sugar lowering effects. Researchers at the University of Vienna in Austria have found in a small study that prickly pear decreased blood glucose by 11 percent. Take a look at our Prickly Pear Mezcal Mule Recipe Read more about the Best Alcoholic Drinks for Your Diet
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Cauliflower with Thyme Bundle
Few recipes are as easy to make — not to mention as low in calories — as this cauliflower purée. Gently boiled in milk with a bundle of fresh thyme, the cauliflower acquires a delicate flavor and silky texture. With just more than 100 calories per serving, this recipe is as delicious and light as it gets. The touch of crème fraîche at the end makes the purée more luxurious for sure, but if you want an even lower-calorie side dish, you can certainly omit it. Even better, you can prepare the purée ahead of time and reheat it for a few minutes before you serve it. In my book, that makes it an ideal recipe when cooking a large meal… like a Thanksgiving feast!
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Potato Basil Purée
There are so many variations on mashed potatoes — but this combination of potatoes and basil is a marriage made in heaven. Creamy potatoes and the fresh peppery basil really complement each other, and the Parmesan doesn’t hurt, either. Everyone asks for seconds! Adapted from "Barefoot Contessa How Easy is That?" by Ina Garten.
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