The Power of Sage Published Jan 2, 2009 10:00 AM Food Sage and Coconut Caramel Sticky Buns. Zoe Taylor SHARE Citrusy and aromatic, sage goes well in a variety of dishes. Sage and Coconut Caramel Sticky Buns Sage and Coconut Caramel Sticky Buns Sage Brown Butter Sage Brown Butter Sage-Brined Roast Turkey with Oyster Dressing This sage-infused roast turkey is stuffed with a bacon-enriched dressing brimming with wild rice, hazelnuts, and oysters. Get the recipe for Sage-Brined Roast Turkey with Oyster Dressing » Spinach Balanzoni With Brown Butter and Sage Spinach Balanzoni With Brown Butter and Sage Fried Sage Leaves Sprinkle these on squash or bean soups. Get the Recipe for Fried Sage Leaves Sage Mashed Potatoes This fragrant recipes involves a few ingenious methods for infusing the herb’s brisk flavor into the mash. Get the recipe for Sage Mashed Potatoes » Sage Tempura Shiitake Mushrooms Earthy sage enhances the woodsy flavor of shiitake mushrooms in this simple fried appetizer. Apple, Sage, and Sausage Stuffing A combination of apples and sausage lends a nice sweet-savory balance to this simple stuffing enhanced with sage. Get the recipe for Apple, Sage, and Sausage Stuffing » Sharp Cheddar and Sausage Balls These holiday favorites benefit from a spicy, sage-heavy bulk pork sausage. Get the recipe for Sharp Cheddar and Sausage Balls » MORE TO READ RELATED At This Australian Winery, Making Pét-Nat Is Not a Spectator Sport In an excerpt from her new memoir, Rachel Signer shares a glimpse into the (very) hands-on process. READ NOW RELATED From a Biodynamic Frizzante to a Next-Gen Zinfandel, Here’s What a Natural Wine Pro Is Sipping Right Now And the food pairings she serves with them. RELATED Remembering Anne Saxelby, American Cheese Revolutionary Celebrating her cultured (and cultural) legacy.