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This fall dessert focuses on the flavors of fresh apples rather than baked. Make this pie a few hours before you're planning to serve it as the filling needs some time to soften.
This rich, full-flavored stuffing is a show stealer, whether stuffed in a turkey or baked on its own. For a vegetarian version, use vegetable broth instead of chicken broth and substitute vegetarian sausage or a few cups sautéed shiitake mushrooms for the meat sausage.
Sweet and tart fruit, bitter greens, tangy cheese and luscious candied pecans all come together in perfect harmony. A crowd-pleasing dish that's great for fall family gatherings.
This recipe combines favorite fall vegetables with one of our favorite gluten-free grains. Use both white and red quinoa for a rich autumnal color.
Dried currants, raisins and cranberries combine with fresh apples, ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon and allspice in this comforting cold-weather pie.
Seedless raspberry jam is the unexpected ingredient in the rich pan sauce that accompanies this pork dish. If your rye bread happens to be stale, don’t worry. When it’s a bit dry, it will soak up more juices from the pork.
Serve this sweet-and-sour side dish alongside roasted pork or baked ham.
Pile these juicy burgers on your favorite buns and top with lettuce and sliced tomatoes. Serve with more Dijon mustard on the side, if you like.
Double the apple mustard for leftover turkey or ham sandwiches, or for dipping pretzels.
The aged Dutch cheese known as Robusto is an excellent partner to earthy spinach and sweet-tart apple, but any firm, nutty cheese such as Gruyère or gouda would work beautifully as well.
Ease into the cooler months with this soup featuring butternut squash and the warm, inviting spices of chai-cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, allspice, ginger and cardamom. Apple cider in both the soup and garnish adds a touch of sweetness.
This soup shows off a gorgeous orange color and warm ginger bite on the finish. A simple cheese cracker is the ideal counterpart to the heat of the ginger. Using an immersion blender is a great way to process soups and sauces without removing them from the stove, but you can certainly use a traditional blender as well.
White meat turkey and savory stuffing without having to cook an entire bird — a perfect weekend or holiday meal with a minimum of fuss. Stuffing can be made one day in advance.
Apples and cheese make a classic combination, here updated with Manchego cheese and the addition of Marcona almonds. A lemon-honey dressing pairs perfectly with the flavors of the nuts, fruit, cheese and greens. Delicious with a strong flavored honey, such as chestnut or buckwheat.
Roasted turkey and sliced mild goat's milk cheese make a great pair in these baked, knife-and-fork sandwiches, topped with green cabbage and sweet apple slaw.
Sweet, crisp apples combine with spicy watercress and smoky ham in this elegant salad. Serve with a loaf of crusty bread.
A simple dressing of tahini, apple cider vinegar and apple juice makes a tasty partner for steamed broccoli.
Serve this refreshing summer soup in cups or bowls, garnished with fragrant sprigs of mint. Substitute freshly squeezed orange juice for the apple juice, if you like.
This flavorful fat-free salad dressing is great over spinach and arugula, and it's also delicious as a dip for pear or apple wedges or raw vegetables.
Eat these zesty tuna sandwiches right away or pack one in your lunch sack along with a bunch of grapes or an apple.