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Start a batch of sauerkraut now and get ready to celebrate the new year in DIY style.
A not-too-heavy, not-too-sweet pecan and whipped cream cake to enjoy as we celebrate the bounty of the season.
A soup to celebrate the season: roasted parsnips, pears, hazelnut oil, and maple syrup.
Fresh Cilantro Chutney: Your sandwiches will never be the same!
This spiced pumpkin celebration bread combines fall flavors in a not too sweet but beautiful loaf for your holiday table.
The Aviation: gin, lemon juice, crème de violette, and Luxardo maraschino liqueur. A perfect way to enjoy the violet hour.
Movie night! Stovetop popcorn seasoned with Old Bay and salt.
Simple yet divine: hot oatmeal dressed up with blueberries, pecans, and raisins.
A rich and comforting cake that's still fancy enough for an autumn birthday celebration.
A simple autumn pasta dish that shows off seasonal produce. A quick and classy dinner that makes a great take-to-work lunch the next day.
One hot problem, solved: a jar of pickled peppers (and daikon, too.)
A beautifully woven apple and honey challah: not as complicated as it looks, but just as tasty as you'd imagine.
Learn (or teach others) to love cauliflower with this simple, curried, mix and bake recipe.
Yogurt cheese: a perfect savory toast topping or sour cream substitute.
Celeriac and Lentils with Hazelnut and Mint: One of those dishes that just keeps getting better as it marinates in the fridge.
The mix of eggplant, tomatoes, peppers, garlic, basil and fresh lima beans make this soup a perfect match to the season.
Sweet and spicy tomato jam: the only thing easier and more satisfying than its assembly is its consumption.