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The squash provides a rich, golden color and a moist crumb to this Fall dish.
The Japanese ingredients are stir-fried until browned then combined with rice.
Relax with a stack of Fall-flavored waffles with maple syrup.
Pass on the coffee house version and infuse Fall flavor into this morning treat.
Throw together some of the best autumn ingredients of all into a batch of granola.
This mushroom variety has a robust earthy aroma and fans out like a feathered plume.
Cook the pumpkin in stick along with marinade until tender to the core.
This recipe features roasted vegetables, a rich tomato sauce, and a unique bechamel sauce.
This vegetarian version is just as filling for a comforting Fall dish.
For a simple dish, caramelize shallots in bacon fat then saute the corn in it.
This dinner salad recipe is refreshing, light and filling all at the same time.
Figs are a bit unusual in that they have two seasons per year with a main crop in the Fall
Learn how to perfectly fry your sweet potatoes into a finger licking dish.
This vegan recipe has a crisp exterior to retain flavor with a soft, creamy interior.
With juicy tomatoes and tender eggplant, dinner doesn't have to be complicated to be good.
This healthy, refreshing salad is the perfect go-to when you need a quick and easy meal!
Bring out the flavor of your fresh seasonal vegetables with miso, ginger and sesame.
Eloté is served hot with mayonnaise, Cotija cheese, and Ancho chile powder.
Every part of a daylily flower is edible, and you can deep fry them into a fritter recipe.
Transform a dessert into a savory quiche-like soufflé that's oven-ready in minutes.
This garlicky variation on classic Japanese edamame will leave you licking your fingers.
It's the perfect summer appetizer that can be assembled in mere minutes.
With heavy spices, this steamed rice recipe is infused with hearty flavor.
Roll up creamy farro with garlic roasted eggplant to create a satisfying and healthy dish.
The Gruyere imparts a nutty flavor on the homemade dough for a simple meal.
For a simple dinner, this sandwich takes 15 minutes including making a hummus spread.
Can a salad be seductive? It can when it's a warm, jewel-toned radicchio salad.
For a balanced meal, this udon salad is filling without being heavy.
This refreshing side salad is quick and easy to prepare, and add color to your plate.
Frozen puff pastry is a quick way to make a tart in roughly 15 minutes.
You'll love the taste of this garlic lemon spinach dish.
Lettuce isn't a requirement in this salad. This one has many shades of green and flavors.
This pasta recipe is great for a weeknight meal. Swap in your preferred ingredients.
Drizzle mustard dressing over this side dish with caramelized onions.
Combine lemon dressing, boiled eggs, arugula, and diced avocado for a spring salad.
Wrap up coconut-covered shrimp in cabbage leaves for a healthy meal.
Literally meaning "green beans in oil," this stew is simple and vegetarian.
Make a creamy mint dressing for a fresh salad of baby corn, snap peas, and romaine.
Although traditionally made with Orecchiette, try this Italian dish with Fusilli instead.
This open-faced sandwich is great for breakfast or even a quick snack.
The eggs will poach in the hot, creamy spinach, and the Gruyere makes a savory crust.
This soup is light and filling all at the same time with little preparation.
This vegetarian alternative has a nice texture, and is perfect for the colder months.
Melt this cheese dip with hot sauce and red pepper flakes for a touch of added heat.
Maple-caramelized parsnips intermingle with sweet pomegranate seeds and shredded kale.
Change up this traditional Thanksgiving staple with a seasonal variation with persimmon.
Al dente farro and a variety of mushrooms come together in this comforting warm salad.
These baked beans create a sweet and tasty comfort food, perfect for a chilly fall day.
Fall meals call for simple, seasonal ingredients when squash is abundant.
This salad is made with some dried sea vegetables, frozen legumes and a root vegetable.
This soup is creamy, sweet and nutty, and features cumin, coriander and curry powder.
You can make this favorite condiment vegan-friendly without adding any tofu either.
This salad recipe has been known to turn kale-haters into kale-lovers.
Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian, shares some delicious vegan holiday dishes.
This pudding-like spoonbread embraces the spice of chilles and sweetness of corn.