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Holiday Stuffing| Bijouxs Little Jewels

Bijouxs Basics: Holiday Stuffing

Bijouxs Basics: Holiday Stuffing

It’s the holiday season, in spite of everything, meals must go on. Mini-holiday celebrations abound, even if it’s a Table for One. Classic Holiday Stuffing is a basic little jewel, the comfort of home cooking. ...
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Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Red Grapes | Bijouxs Little Jewels

Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Red Grapes

Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Red Grapes

Seasonal cooking always feels right. The November market yielded rich red grapes, still warm from the autumn sun, and petite Brussels sprouts. Time to explore a simply roasted side dish, Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Grapes – here come the holidays. ...
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French Beans with Garlic & Herbs

French Beans with Garlic & Herbs

French Beans with Garlic & Herbs–add a sunny plate of color to your holiday table with a simple little jewel from the recipe collection at Bijouxs. ...
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Cranberry & Pomegranate Relish

Cranberry & Pomegranate Relish

Got cranberry relish? Oh yes, the Thanksgiving table would seem so awfully bare without a bowl of beloved cranberry relish. Whip up this quick recipe that pairs two sweet-tart gems and provides the expected pop of color + traditional flavor, along with a fresh little twist, here’s how. ...
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Beet, Carrot & Cranberry Salad

Beet, Carrot & Cranberry Salad

Say it loud, say it often, say it in color–perhaps this is how an ad man like Don Draper would pitch this salad–one that shouts with bright, clear colors, ready to make it’s prime-time appearance on your holiday table. Bijouxs, beautiful recipes by design. ...
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Turnip Gratin with Bleu Cheese

Turnip Gratin with Bleu Cheese

Gratins are little bubbly jewels, perfect sides to warm your fall table. Surprise your guests taste buds with a change from the predictable potato side, Turnip Gratin with Bleu Cheese–get to know another little member of the root vegetable family, the turnip. ...
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