'Brussels sprouts' on Serious Eats

Thanksgiving Sides: 6 Brussels Sprouts Recipes

Now that Thanksgiving is less than three weeks away, we're already planning the feast! All month we'll be bringing you some of our favorite recipes for Turkey Day sides, starting with these tasty brussels sprouts. Whether you opt to make yours rich and cheesy or simply seared with bacon, this once unfashionable veggie has been reclaimed, and it's a wonderful addition to the Thanksgiving spread. More

Mile End's Brussels Sprouts with Candied Walnuts and Apples

To complement their Tsimis recipe in The Mile End Cookbook, Noah and Rae Bernamoff offer another honey-sweetened vegetable dish: Brussels Sprouts. Here they also call for roasting, but the sprouts are given a high-heat treatment, emerging from the oven blistered and crisp. And then instead of coating the sprouts in a honey glaze, they use the sweetener to candy walnuts. A final flourish of sauteed Granny Smith apples completes the dish, balancing the bitter notes of the sprouts and nuts. More

British Bites: Bubble and Squeak, Without the Leftovers

Times of need call for resourcefulness and creativity, and it is out of that need that bubble and squeak was born. Bubble and squeak became popular during the Second World War when rationing was in effect throughout Britain and the need to stretch every morsel of food was a necessity. Taking whatever was left after a roast and frying into a cake (or sometimes hash) made those leftovers into an entirely new meal without wasting anything from the previous dinner. More

Bubble and Squeak, Without the Leftovers

Times of need call for resourcefulness and creativity, and it is out of that need that bubble and squeak was born. Bubble and squeak became popular during the Second World War when rationing was in effect throughout Britain and the need to stretch every morsel of food was a necessity. Taking whatever was left after a roast and frying into a cake (or sometimes hash) made those leftovers into an entirely new meal without wasting anything from the previous dinner. More

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