Holidays

19 Amazing {real food} Holiday Sides Recipes You Must Try

Let’s get a little saucy today! 
 
If you and I have spent any time together at all, you know I have a penchant for swearing and innuendo. And of course now, as I sit here and try to come up with one, I can’t. (that’s what she said!). HA!
 
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But in all seriousness, the sauce and sides of our Christmas meals may be a little under-rated in the grander holiday food-scheme of things, but I’ll be honest: The one thing I can’t go without at Christmas dinner, is my mom’s homemade buns. In fact, I’ve asked her to send me some this year because we’re on opposite sides of the country. I’m waiting, not so patiently, for them to arrive as we speak.
 
What dressings, dollops and buns are on your holiday table? Some of you who submitted recipes for the round up need soup, others mac & cheese (a woman after my own heart), and others bread; Cranberry sauce is a big one! Obviously. So how about you? Not sure? That’s Excellent: Here are 16 amazing things simply must put in your mouth (that’s what he.. they?.. said). That one was terrible, sorry.And if you missed the opportunity to submit your best sides, soups & sauce recipes, never fear! There’s a linky tool at the bottom of the features where you can include your posts now!

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sweet-potato-spinach-macaroni-and-cheese-3-of-3-1024x680Sweet Potato & Spinach Macaroni & Cheese c/o Tara’s Multicultural Table

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
How do you sauce it up during the holidays? Do you have a little ‘somethin ‘somethin on the side?

If you missed the opportunity to be showcased here, link up below! 
I want your BEST holiday sides, sauces & soups!

Come back tomorrow to really get to the meat of the issue: The mains (both veggie & meaty friendly!)

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