If cooking a whole bird isn't in the cards this year, this recipe is an incredible alternative. Prepared in the traditional Italian porchetta-style, the breast meat is butterflied, rubbed with fresh herbs and spices, and tightly rolled in its own skin. The result is an easy-to-slice and serve (bone-free!) main that is juicy and delicious.
Created by Chef Nicole Craft, this dish highlights two peak season produce items - acorn squash and beets - and is the perfect accompaniment to any autumn dinner. Muhammara is also incredibly versatile and can be plated alongside other roasted vegetables like cauliflower or stand alone as a substitute for hummus to kick off any dinner party.