Sheet pans are true kitchen workhorses—especially during the dinner rush. This hearty recipe starts with a garlicky vinaigrette that’s massaged into chicken thighs for extra flavor. The chicken is arranged atop a trio of vegetables, and everything cooks together in the oven (while cleanup is kept to a minimum). Sheet Tray Roasted Chicken Thighs With ...
[schema description]For a super simple side that looks like a work of art, hasselback potatoes work every time. Created in Stockholm in the 1700’s, the fancy accordion cut helps make spuds creamy on the inside and crispy on the outside. Since it’s fall, we tried the same technique on a seasonal favorite—butternut squash—and the results ...
Zucchini, butternut squash, and pumpkins don’t just look pretty on the outside; all of these gourds also offer something pretty tasty on the inside. With a low glycemic index, tons of antioxidants and vitamins, and creative uses, they can add something special to most diets.
Though the dish hails from Italy, spaghetti and meatballs has become an American pastime over the years with everyone trying to get in on creating the next crazy iteration.
[schema description]What’s even better than classic roasted butternut squash on a chilly fall evening? Our version, which gets big flavor thanks to plump golden raisins and a slightly sweet vinaigrette made from one of the planet’s most nutrient-packed superfoods—bee pollen. [/schema]
[schema description]Fresh sage, pine nuts, and dried cranberries amp up these turkey meatballs. Serve them with olive oil-drizzled spaghetti squash to complete the meal.[/schema]
[schema description]This creamy soup harnesses both the sweetness of roasted kabocha squash and saltiness of pancetta for a truly lovely fall flavor. Simple yet elegant, this soup makes a wonderful addition to the Thanksgiving table, or can be enjoyed alone for a lighter meal. [/schema]
With squash season in full swing, that means their blossoms are abundant, too. Although they’re traditionally battered and fried, if left raw, their delicate sweetness shines through.
Here at Thrive Market, we’re all about supporting sustainable, local farming, and we encourage our members to shop at their local farmers market for seasonal produce—it’s the perfect complement to a pantry full of spices, oils, and cooking essentials from Thrive Market.
Most recipes harness maca’s butterscotch-like flavors in desserts, but this savory sauce is a revelation.
[schema description]As the winter winds pick up and shadows grow long, we’re drawn to making soup.
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