Top the Winter produce pairing with pecans for added protein and a generous topping of bread crumbs to achieve a crisp crust. Want the recipe? Then read more.
Next time you're craving the killer combination, round out your meal by tossing in sautéed cauliflower, along with a few leaves of fresh sage for some earthy, herbal notes. You'll find the result more satisfying. To add creaminess and heft, stir in an egg at the end, too. Want the simple supper now? Then read on.
While Golden Delicious apples and honey lend the dish a bit of sweetness, cider vinegar ensures every spoonful ends with a bit of bite, too. The soothing, one-pot meal also includes caraway seeds, thyme, and paprika; take the Eastern European flavors to the next level by serving alongside crusty rye bread. For the healthy, comforting recipe, read more.
For tonight's supper, try this finger food, which is fun not only for the whole family to make but to devour as well. Forgo a predictable crust of Italian breadcrumbs or panko in favor of one made from an American pantry pastime, Cheez-Its.
Serve alongside buttered, wilted spinach, and spuds, and you've got a new household favorite! Want the recipe? Keep clicking.
Eschew unconventional ingredients like rabbits and snails or labor-heavy shellfish like lobster and crab for already-shelled shrimp and quick-cooking clams. Take advantage of frozen peas and rudimentary equipment like a Dutch oven — both things home cooks often already have on hand.
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For a little contrast in texture, drop in florets of broccolini and pieces of bread. Warm up to a new soup idea after the break.
Bake and serve with prepped, in season butternut squash and cooking apples like Golden Delicious and Gravenstein varieties that have been oven-roasted with butter, onions, and honey mustard. Your plate will look — and taste — as colorful as the changing leaves around you. For the recipe, read on.
This stew utilizes canned cannellini beans and precooked chicken sausage to whip up a meal in minimal time. Diced tomatoes add acidity, and fresh kale adds texture and earthiness. If you've got more time on your hands, use dried beans or uncooked sausage. Whatever you choose, pair it with a crusty baguette and a glass of Pinot for the perfect Fall dinner.
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