Potato GaletteBy Ann Ogden GaffneyIt’s important to cook the potatoes slowly. Covering the pan over lowish heat acts a little like an oven. The potatoes cook through in their own steam without burning, releasing their starches to help the slices stick together. Meanwhile the edges of each slice gradually caramelize where they hit the hot bottom of the pan.Summer Vegetable RagoutBy Ann Ogden GaffneyDrizzle 2 teaspoons of the olive oil over the parchment. Add the cherry tomatoes. Shake them around on the sheet until they are coated in oil. Add the shishitos and do the same thing. Roast in the oven on a medium/high shelf until softened and slightly caramelized, about 15 minutes. Set aside.Sauteed Rainbow ChardBy Ann Ogden GaffneyMeanwhile, prep the chard. Pull the tender leaves away from the stems and set them aside in a salad spinner. Thinly slice the stems. Set aside.Corn and Pine Nut Stir FryBy Ann Ogden GaffneyIf you don’t want to shuck fresh corn, you can make this with frozen, just remember 1 ear of fresh corn= 1 cup frozen kernels.Roasted Garlic CauliflowerBy Ann Ogden GaffneyRoasted garlic cauliflower is quite simply delicious. The rosemary in combo with the sweetness roasting gives the cauliflower florets and the garlic lends real Italian flair to this wonderful low-carb side.Roasted Sweet and Gold PotatoesBy Ann Ogden GaffneyRoasted Sweet and Gold Potatoes has it all! It mixes orange-fleshed sweet potatoes with baby gold and/or red Bliss potatoesSteamed Green Beans with Roasted TomatoesBy Ann Ogden GaffneySteamed Green Beans with Roasted Tomatoes is not only festive to look at, but it is also a yummily healthy upgrade to what some view as a rather boring veggie.Basic Roasted CauliflowerBy Ann Ogden GaffneyTake the lined baking sheet out of the oven. Quickly tip the cauliflower and shallots onto it, spreading the veggies out into a single uncrowded layerKale Braised with White WineBy Ann Ogden GaffneyIt’s hard to think of sturdy, healthy kale as a festive dish but Kale braised in white wine is simply delicious. Cooked this way, this healthy, nutritious green is a far cry from the rough way it often gets treated in the kitchen, overcooked, underseasoned, and underloved. Not here!