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Crisp on the edges with a soft interior, these golden cakes have a rustic flavor and texture. Serve alongside roasted meats. If you have leftover apple cranberry sauce, stir it into plain yogurt or spoon on top of fruit.
Garnished with toasted almonds, fragrant lemon zest and fresh parsley, this rich cauliflower and apple soup is easy to pass around at a party, where guests can sip it from small cups, no spoon required!
Use our easy homemade pie crust recipe for this apple pie or substitute a store-bought 9 or 10-inch pie shell. Stick with tradition and serve with rich vanilla ice cream or whipped cream, or try topping with a dollop of crème fraîche for a tangy pairing.
Dried currants, raisins and cranberries combine with fresh apples, ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon and allspice in this comforting cold-weather pie.
Serve this sweet-and-sour side dish alongside roasted pork or baked ham.
This vegan riff on Waldorf salad is deliciously rich and crunchy. Instead of chopping the romaine lettuce, you can also use whole leaves to line a bowl or platter and serve the salad on top.
Kids will love to help you make this healthy snack since it's fun to spread the nut butter and sprinkle the chocolate chips. No corer in the kitchen drawer? Slice the apples into rounds first then use a small cookie cutter to remove the core from the center of each slice. Wrap sandwiches tightly and tuck them into lunchboxes, if you like.
Romantic dinner for two or restaurant-style treat for the whole family — either way this high-style, low-country meal is sure to impress.
The classic combo of apples and sharp cheddar cheese is right at home inside wheat tortillas.
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 simple-to-assemble pork with wilted greens and rice pilaf. If the roast you purchase at the meat counter isn't already butterflied and tied, simply split the pork loin lengthwise, without cutting through it entirely, so that the roast opens like a book. Stuff the roast with its filling then tie with kitchen twine at 1 1/2-inch intervals down the length of the roast to ensure the filling doesn't fall out.
These tender raisin-stuffed cakes have a delicious toasted millet crust when they've finished baking. For a filling breakfast serve them alongside sausage links and fresh fruit.
This easy, hearty chicken stew is packed with fall flavors: apples, sweet potatoes and aromatic sage. Whole fennel seeds add depth to the stew and become mellow during slow cooking. Sprinkle with chopped fresh parsley just before serving.
Top this nutritious, hearty breakfast with fresh berries, dried fruit and nuts or flax seeds and then pour a bit of hemp or almondmilk over the top. Only have frozen fruit on hand? Stir it into the pot during the last few minutes of cooking.
We asked our Whole Story blog readers to submit their best holiday appetizer for less than 50 cents each piece. Here's our favorite, from Jo R., who got her recipe printed in The Whole Deal value guide and received a $50 gift card. This simple-to-assemble appetizer features the winning combination of creamy goat cheese, tart apples, rich nuts and tangy ginger.
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.
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.
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.
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.