For breakfast, enjoy a taste of fall with these acorn pancakes
Just because some pasta dishes are simple doesn't mean they have to be boring. Here is a simply delicious example.
What do you get when you add persimmon to a waffle batter? A Persaffle, of course.
With cubes of tender kabocha pumpkin, sweet red bell pepper and whole basil leaves glazed in a tangy balsamic glaze, this quick side dish is a hit.
Are you just back from apple picking? Nothing says Autumn like a freshly baked apple pie.
Keep your dough cold throughout the process, and avoid overworking for a tender, flaky pie crust--every time!
With a bit of lemon juice and salt, roasted spaghetti squash could easily be your go-to meal.
I like to serve these tomatoes during brunch but you'll find that they are versatile enough to serve along side just about any dish
Chef Daniel Orr uses ultra-fresh mushrooms for a simple brochette -- the star of a lovely warm salad.
Dress your salads in something special (and remarkably simple).
This coconut brittle uses only four ingredients and is sweetened naturally using honey. It’s the perfect on-the-go snack when you’re craving something sweet
Try farro instead of rice in this variation on arroz con pollo.
This traditional sauce from Italy is not served over pasta. Instead, it's a hot dip for a variety of seasonal vegetables.
Dare to go monochromatic with this vibrant green salad.
Jocko Fajardo grew up in Arizona eating Mexican food, but his go-to comfort dish is a Chinese-American classic with a little Mexican thrown in.
Chef Daniel Orr puts together a beautiful pizza with bright, fall greens...and bacon!
Want to eat more veggies? You won't even realize this BLT is vegan and full of vegetables.
When Yasaman Alavi misses Iran, she puts up a pot of rice and adds saffron water and barberries for a Persian twist.
Drying herbs changes their flavor, which is why I like to use other methods for preserving herbs. Here are three ways to keep those flavors fresh all year long.
This salsa is made with vegetables you likely have growing in your own garden. Roasting them until they’re slightly charred helps bring out their flavors.