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Meatless Monday: Autumn Rice Salad

Halloween festivities started this weekend, and the candy limitations I set for myself proved fruitless. I’m powerless when it comes to Snickers and Butterfingers, especially when they’re deemed more acceptable than usual in honor of the spooky holiday. So to counteract all the chocolate, I’ll be cooking myself a balanced Meatless Monday dinner tonight. On […]

13 Days of Pumpkin: Pumpkin Ravioli with Butter-Sage Sauce

Don’t be intimidated: Giada’s recipe starts with store-bought ravioli and focuses on creating a sauce that makes the dish divine. Watch her make the recipe now: More Halloween on Cooking Channel: How to Make a Spider Cake Halloween Drinks Spiced Pepitas Recipe More Halloween Recipes

Fall Fest: Lettuce (Hold the Salad)

We’ve all experienced a drab salad made with limp lettuce that looks like it’s drowning in globs of thick dressing. But there are so many more possibilities for this humble leaf. We’ve collected five hold-the-salad recipes that will challenge your misgivings about lettuce:

Fall Stuff We’re Stoked to Eat

Alie and Georgia offer some edible reasons to get excited about the encroach of the autumn chill.

Dinner Rush! Pork Chops With Warm Fennel-Apple Slaw

This quick and delicious pork chops with warm fennel-apple slaw recipe comes together in no time and takes advantage of ingredients you already have on hand.

Sifted: Pub Food at Home + Sweet Apple Recipes

5 Hot Links We’re Loving: Enjoy pub fare at home with The Tart Tart’s matchstick fries. Douse them with salt and grab yourself a nice cold beer. It’s apple picking season, folks. Filled with creamy caramel and topped with cinnamon-pecan streusel, you’ll want to make Full Fork Ahead’s apple coffee cake soon. On days when […]

Meatless Monday: Roasted Squash Chili Mac

There are a million ways to make macaroni and cheese and many are meatless, like Rachael Ray’s Roasted Squash Chili Mac.

5 Recipes to Take Advantage of an Early Apple Season

Apple lovers get ready:  Our favorite fall fruit is now coming into season sooner than expected.  From the apple-growing regions of New York, Michigan, and Washington, we can expect to get a jump-start on everything apple, from pick-your-own apple orchards to frosty mugs of apple cider.  Though a simple caramel-dipped apple is our favorite, there […]

Low and Slow: Braised Pork Belly with Kabocha Squash

Braising is such a warm and comforting cooking method that it’s perfect for fall and winter. Few cuts of meats braise better than pork belly. A long, low-heat braise yields an amazingly soft pork belly, the kind of pork belly that gives way under a mere gentle press of the fork. As it braises, the […]

Fall Fest: Pumpkin Risotto

We’re continuing our season long Fall Fest 2011, which welcomes food and garden bloggers to feature garden-to-table recipes and tips. We’ll help you to enjoy all that this season has to offer. First up was the classic fall favorite, apples, then a Thanksgiving staple, potatoes, and now we’re featuring pumpkin. Yes, pumpkins make great jack-o-lanterns, […]

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