In case you missed them, here’s a wrap up of our favorite blog posts of the week. Read, get inspired, and start cooking!
|Ingredient Spotlight: Parsnips
Parsnips are gems among the root vegetables, sweeter and softer than your rutabagas and turnips. Read on for our best tips for working with parsnips, plus creative ways to prepare them in fall dishes.
This Chicken Parmesan is perfect for a weeknight meal that still feels satisfying — and a little indulgent. Chicken breasts are coated in panko breadcrumbs and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese to create a crispy, flavor-packed crust, then topped with melted mozzarella cheese and a bright tomato sauce.
|Recipe Roundup: Pancakes & Waffles
Rise and shine to a plateful of tender pancakes or crisp waffles! These recipes have all the warm and spiced flavors of the season, perfect for a leisurely morning or weekend brunch with friends.
|Devil’s Food Layer Cake
Feeling devilish this Halloween season? Make this soul-satisfying chocolate cake, which is tender, moist and perfect for layering and serving in thick wedges.
|Recipe Roundup: Meatless Mains
A hearty fall dinner doesn’t have to mean grand roasts and braised meats. Here, we’re rounded up some of our favorite meatless main dishes for the season, all starring vegetables at their peak.
|Pork and Pumpkin Stew
Our pork and pumpkin stew is full of tender pork, sweet, hearty root vegetables and warm spices. Make a big pot to share with friends, and serve with a big spoonful of mashed potatoes to soak up the savory sauce.
Hope you had a fun, spooky night full of pumpkins and sweet treats!
|Weekend Project: Roasted Pumpkin and Squash Seeds
Whether you’ve been carving pumpkins or eating Butternuts, here’s how to make delicious use of those leftover seeds.
|Introducing Our Thanksgiving Guide
Our favorite meal of the year is just a few weeks away! Join us as we plan, prep and celebrate the communal spirit of Thanksgiving — we have all the tips and recipes you need for a flawless feast.
|Weekend Entertaining: Autumn Brunch
Fall is the unofficial season for entertaining, and we’re not just talking about Thanksgiving. What better time than a crisp, leisurely weekend morning? Here, we have a brunch menu that’s simple to pull off but feels warm and abundant, with plenty of opportunities for hosts and hostesses to work ahead.
With buttery streusel on top and a hidden layer of sticky jam, these muffins will make breakfast fun for everyone. Enjoy them with a big, steaming cup of joe while reading the weekend newspaper, or bring to a potluck brunch to share with friends.
|Pomegranate-Merlot Braised Lamb Shanks
Pomegranate juice lends a sweet-tart flavor to this slow-cooked lamb dish, while cinnamon, cumin and allspice add an undertone of spicy warmth. Serve over couscous to soak up the delicious sauce.