Fall Fest: Brussels Sprouts Gratin

By: Kirsten Vala
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Thinking about adding Brussels sprouts to your Thanksgiving feast, but scared some guests may wrinkle their noses at the mere mention? Try this easy-to-love, cheese-topped Brussels Sprouts Gratin from Food Network Magazine. Melty and oozy, it's an easy way to ease doubters into loving this dreaded veg.

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Bonus: For a crowd of Brussels sprouts lovers, go for the Barefoot Contessa's Roasted Brussels Sprouts. Easy and simple, roasting lets the flavor of the sprouts shine. Join Ina in the kitchen for a step-by-step how-to.

Barefoot Contessa's Roasted Brussels Sprouts

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