Warm, colorful and slightly sweet, our recipe for roasted squash hits all the right notes for fall. Because this recipe doesn't require peeling the squash, choose thin-skinned, small winter varieties, such as Acorn, Butternut, Carnival, Delicata, Sweet Dumpling and Uchiki Kuri.
A delicious side dish for a Thanksgiving feast, this recipe features Oregon-grown wild rice, mushrooms, hazelnuts and cranberries. Perfect for gluten-free and vegetarian diets, you can make it vegan by simply omitting the cheese and using more olive oil in place of the butter.
Perfect for a light dinner when served with a green salad and white wine, this colorful squash and cheese tart features a flakey crust topped with fantastic fall vegetables and a drizzle of sweet-tangy white balsamic dressing.
Featuring a delicious blend of spices, the surprise star of this recipe is the sauce. Cinnamon, cumin, chili, mint, shallots and a pinch of tart sumac marry beautifully with tomatoes and roasted veggies atop flakey phyllo, all sprinkled generously with za'atar for an authentic Turkish finish.
Try this easy-to-make, Greek-inspired alternative to veggie pot pie, using phyllo dough to sandwich fresh summer vegetables and herbs, roasted garlic and tomatoes and tangy bits of feta. Perfect as a side, a potluck dish or as a vegetarian entrée.
Traditional Caponata is an eggplant and vegetable relish. Some liberties to create a more visually exciting dish.
Savor each bite of grilled vegetables, fresh pesto and tangy chèvre, a goats’ milk cheese that gives these grilled pizzas a little extra zip.
A delicious feast for the eyes and body, this recipe combines two favorite summer salads: toasty panzanella with warm bread and greens, and fresh heirloom tomato and mozzarella caprese. The result is an incredible warm-weather meal, made in minutes.
This beautiful, modern side of roasted root vegetables might very well steal the spotlight at your table. Unsung heroes of the vegetable world – sweet golden and chiogga beets, turnips, parsnips, carrots, aromatic fennel and earthy celeriac – shine in this dish, along with sage, lemon, maple syrup and glazed pecans.
This gluten-free, vegetarian cauliflower rice bowl looks amazing and tastes fantastic!