This tender cake is the next best thing to a cup of eggnog, flaunting those familiar flavors of rum and nutmeg.
Yes, these cupcakes resemble something you’d find in an old issue of Martha Stewart Living. Don’t hold it against us.
Rustic lentil soup is a hearty, warm remedy for cold winter nights. Make this soup with or without the pancetta, sausage, and bacon for an evening dinner.
Crisp, crunchy, cheesy crackers that are perhaps the most ingenious use ever for a pasta machine. Don’t believe us? Try it.
Cheese on cheese makes for a pretty unanimous crowd-pleaser if you ask us. And no complaints that it can be made in advance.
Beignets tend to conjure thoughts of New Orleans and the French Quarter and confectioners’ sugar galore. Not these savory babies.
Made with half whole-wheat flour and half white flour, these pancakes are light and fluffy and improbably tasty for something that’s so healthful.
These unusual roasted walnut and pear muffins from Shirley O. Corriher are moist and crunchy and rich and healthful all at once.
Medjool date puree in the batter makes for a rich, moist sticky-toffee-pudding-inspired muffin topped with streusel. Mmmmmm.
Think cool, slightly bitter spinach leaves tossed in a dill, lemon juice, and oil vinaigrette atop a hot, tangy feta cheese tart. You’re welcome.
Goat cheese and pesto smushed up inside eggplant slices and smothered with tomato sauce. Terrific as-is or as the guts of a sandwich.
These buttery French crepes from Delmonico’s are literally bubbling over with flavor from candied orange peel, Grand Marnier, and orange juice.
Put simply, this dish is perfectly cooked beans and stewed tomatoes hanging out on creamy, cheesy polenta.
Galas. Walnuts. Parmesan. And mixed baby greens. Sorta seems like a recipe for autumnal perfection, yes?
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