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    Vegetarian, Gluten free, Paleo


    • 1 lb Brussels sprouts
    • 1 lb Carrots
    • 2 tbsp Shallot

    Oils & Vinegars

    • 1 tbsp Cider vinegar


    • 3 tbsp Butter, unsalted


    • 1/3 cup Water

    carrots brussel sprouts

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    • Pallika Kanani

      Carrots and Brussels Sprouts Recipe Side Dishes with shallots, unsalted butter, carrots, brussels sprouts, water, cider vinegar

    • Joe Straubhaar

      Do more cooking with veggies! Carrots and Brussels Sprouts and other brussel sprout recipes at

    • Niki Barrett

      Carrots and Brussels Sprouts Recipe (minus all the butter) I think will steam them and add a dash of sea salt.

    • Kerrie McAlister

      Brussels Sprouts and Carrots - HEAVEN!!! from Epicurious Carrots and Brussels Sprouts Recipe at

    • Steffanie Staples

      Find the recipe for Carrots and Brussels Sprouts and other brussel sprout recipes at EPICURIOUS.COM. I love fried Brussel sprouts, so I'm thinking this would be a good option as well!

    • Holly Cashman

      Carrots and Brussels Sprouts Recipe I think I'd cut back a bit on the butter, but... looks good.

    • Sandra MacKay

      Carrots and Brussels sprouts Carrots and Brussels Sprouts Recipe |

    • Erin Davis

      Roasted brussell sprouts and carrots

    • Sandy Kolhagen

      If you're already inhaling Christmas cookies like it's your job this holiday season, take a moment to wipe off the crumbs from your footie pajamas and strategize some meals with foods that are proven to help rev up your metabolism. First of all, eating breakfast can make a huge difference in metabolism, says Sarah-Jane Bedwell, a registered dietician and the author of the upcoming Schedule Me Skinny (Penguin Group, January 2013). Your metabolism is like a fire: If you don't add wood, your metabolism will die down. If you don't eat regularly, your body doesn't have fuel and your metabolism will slow down. Your best bet for breakfast will have carbs, protein, and a fruit or vegetable--like a bowl of oatmeal with Greek yogurt, and berries. After that, make sure to continue to eat every three to four hours. There are somethings we can do in terms of how we eat, plus there are some foods that can speed up metabolism, says Bedwell. Here, six foods that can make a difference: Green Tea Studies have shown that people who drink about 24 ounces per day of green tea burn 70 to 100 more calories per day due to the antioxidants called catechins. I recommend brewing your own green tea because the bottled green tea you find in stores may be diluted with water or have a lot of sugar. Coffee Research shows that the caffeine in one cup of coffee can temporarily increase metabolism by 15 percent, says Bedwell. And most people will have two to three cups. Whole grains High-fiber foods take your body longer to digest, which helps speed up metabolism due to the thermic effect of food. Whole grains like brown rice, oats, quinoa, and barley are very high in fiber. For packaged foods, make sure that the words 'whole grain' appear in the ingredient label and don't fall for the word 'multi-grain.' Just making small decisions, like choosing whole wheat bread over white bread, really can make a difference. Cruciferous vegetables Broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts are especially high in fiber. Your body works hard to digest all vegetables, which ups your metabolic rate, says Bedwell. But don't limit yourself to just these because all vegetables have fiber and your body needs a variety of nutrients. Raspberries Any fruits with edible seeds or skin like raspberries, blackberries, and pears are especially high in fiber. Don't worry about the sugar in fruit because it's a natural source of sugar. Chiles Spicy foods from hot peppers to chili powder have capsaicin, which has been shown to increase the release of adrenaline and raise body temperature. When your body temperature goes up, it speeds up the metabolism. The kicker is that you need a good amount of capsaicin to increase body temperature, so I recommend adding a small spicy element (like salsa or jalapenos) to each meal instead of a large amount at one meal. Cold Water Drinking five to eight glasses per day of very cold water helps...

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