A bowl of comfort — chicken soup with dumplings
A basic chicken soup is fine for when you need warmth and comfort.
Taking the slowly out of slowly simmered beef stew
Almost by definition, beef stew isn’t a weeknight-friendly dish.
That’s mostly a matter of the meat. Stew meat generally is tough and requires a long simmer to become tender. But who has time for a long simmer at the end of a long day at work?
What happens when cheese fondue becomes a soup
This soup will help put a little meat on your bones. We wanted to know what would happen if we replicated the awesomeness that is cheese fondue, but as a soup. This is what we got.
A meaty veg chili with seriously layered flavors
When the weather gives you a chill, I say make chili! It is the perfect one-pot meal for fall and winter. And the best thing about it is that it gets better with time, so it is the perfect make-ahead meal.
Give apples healthy — delicious — brulee treatment
One of the great delights of autumn is the abundance of fresh, ripe, local and delicious apples. Of course, they're available year-round these days, but they're at their best right now, not least because there are more varieties to choose from in the fall, especially if you take advantage of your neighborhood farmers market or visit one of those pick-your-own orchards.
Apple curry? Not traditional, but most delicious
When you think curry, chances are potatoes and chicken come to mind. But we think you also should consider apples.
Looking beyond peanuts — a primer on almond butter
Most of us have plenty of ideas for using whole or chopped almonds. Eat them whole. Bake them into treats. Scatter them over salads or green beans. But what about almond butter — toasted (and sometimes salted) almonds that have been ground to a peanut butter-like consistency?
Finally, a zucchini recipe to get excited about!
The trouble with late summer's bounty of zucchini isn't in the volume of the vegetable itself. Rather, it is in the lack of creative recipes for using it.
A creamy casserole for those chilly fall nights
Just as summer demands salads, fall calls for casseroles.
The combination of a chill in the air and the chaos of kids heading back to school means many families are looking for easy, warming one-pot meals that come together quickly and with little mess or fuss.
Autumn is apple time!
As the crisp fall weather settles in, and the leaves turn from summer green to a lustrous riot of scarlet and gold, it’s time to think of pumpkins, hearty stews and, of course, apples!
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