Roasted Carrots and Parsnips
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Roasted Carrots and Parsnips | Dawn's Recipes

One of the things I love about our winter CSA share is all the root vegetables we get. These hearty vegetables really stand up well to roasting, and the process brings out their natural sweetness. A little olive oil, some seasonings, and a bit of time in the oven is all it takes to turn these seasonal beauties into a fantastic side dish. … Continue Reading →

Individual Baked Brie Bites
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Individual Baked Brie Bites | Dawn's Recipes

I love baked brie, but sometimes it’s a little too much depending on the size of the group you’re entertaining. It’s also messy to cut and serve, so some guests will avoid cutting into it. If you make something bite-sized, however, people have a hard time not gobbling it up. That is why I love making these little brie bites. … Continue Reading →

Easy Cheesy Roasted Tomatoes
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Easy Cheesy Roasted Tomatoes | Dawn's Recipes

I love all the local varieties of fresh tomatoes available in the summer. There are so many delicious ways to serve them. One of my favorite ways is to roast them. It really brings out the flavor, and it is such a simple way to prepare them.  … Continue Reading →

Oven Roasted Acorn Squash with Butter and Brown Sugar
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Oven Roasted Acorn Squash with Butter and Brown Sugar

Gosh, I just put the whole recipe in the title, didn’t I? I’t feels strange to be talking about “winter” squash when summer is barely over, but winter squash is what’s coming into season in New England right now. Last year I got so much butternut squash in my CSA shares, I actually got blisters from cutting it all up. Squash is delicious! I only wish it wasn’t so hard to chop. Luckily the acorn squash I got in this weeks share takes much less effort with the knife. One cut through the center, and you’re done. … Continue Reading →