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This side dish uses cauliflower in a new and delicious way.
The maple syrup enhances the sweetness of the vegetables making it a wonderful taste sensation when served with roasted pork, chicken or turkey.
Because this dish is equally good at room temperature, the eggplant and zucchini can be grilled ahead of time then drizzled with reserved dressing and feta just before serving.
These vegetable fries are fun to dip and very tasty.
This autumn, team sweet parsnips and wild rice (for crunch) with Bartlett or Bosc pears in this pretty-to-serve casserole. Prepare this side dish the day before and bake it the second day.
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