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If you are in a bit of a food rut over good sides, consider this Bacon Balsamic Brussels Sprouts recipe. Though you can make them any time of year, these Brussels sprouts are particularly good for winter or fall, and even many people who profess a dislike of Brussels sprouts will find a way to like this recipe.
I actually like Brussels sprouts even relatively plain (you could say that I have found to appreciate a wide variety of different flavors in my time), but even I get a bit bored with having them the same-old, same-old way. This recipe gives that green vegetable a refreshing new spin, using two of my favorite flavors: the sweetly acidic taste of good balsamic vinegar and the savory taste of bacon.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Goodie Godmother
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Quick tip: Stalk is not necessary for this dish, so you can use whatever Brussel sprouts you can find.