If the thought of eating leftover candy makes your stomach turn, you likely overdid it last night. It happens to the best of us! On Halloween, even a bowl of candy large enough for a toddler to sit in looks personal-sized. It’s the magic of the holiday. Let’s take it easy today, and focus on eating things that grow from the ground.
After summer's zucchini and tomatoes have gone, you may think you're in for a long, bland winter. But some of the earth's best bounty is available all the way through the holiday season (which we have officially entered, by the way). The holiday table will be decorated with plenty of tuberous sweet potato dishes, so enjoy some of the lesser-celebrated winter veggies before the holiday madness sets in. Root vegetables, when properly prepared, can satisfy on even the grayest days—this morning's sugar crash for instance!
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