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Farmers' Almanac Side Dishes

Grilled Asparagus

Grilled Asparagus

A taste of spring right on your grill!

April 2012
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Simple Sautéed Asparagus

Simple Sautéed Asparagus

Enjoy the taste of spring with this simple asparagus recipe.

March 2012
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Chard Parmesan

Chard Parmesan

A delicious way to get your greens!

March 2012
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Irish Soda Bread

Irish Soda Bread

Make this delicious, traditional Irish bread on St. Patrick’s Day, or any day!

March 2012
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Smoky Baked Beans

Smoky Baked Beans

The taste of barbecue, made right in your oven.

February 2012
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Basic Edamame

Basic Edamame

A healthy, delicious treat, packed full of protein.

February 2012
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Edamame Hummus

Edamame Hummus

A healthy, delicious, protein-packed spread, for a light meal or a filling snack.

January 2012
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Cauliflower Purée

Cauliflower Purée

Purée isn’t just for babies! This sophisticated recipe is a delicious, nutritious way to enjoy fresh veggies.

January 2012
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Teriyaki Edamame

Teriyaki Edamame

These saucy soybeans make a flavor-filled, protein-packed snack!

January 2012
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