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: Pumpkin
It’s the season’s signature flavor: pumpkin! From autumn baking to warming soups and stews, this winter squash stars in some of fall’s best dishes. Here are our best tips for working with pumpkin, plus new recipe ideas from the Williams-Sonoma Test Kitchen.
|Butternut Squash Ravioli with Sage and Browned Butter
Incredibly delicious and perhaps the fastest sauce you’ll ever make, sage-infused brown butter is a great accompaniment to this ravioli, which can also be made with sweet potatoes or carrots instead of the butternut squash.
|Recipe Roundup: Easy Weeknight Dinners
These simple recipes starring seasonal ingredients will fit into even the busiest schedules. Get inspired for tonight’s dinner!
|Best of the Web: Halloween Treats
No matter how you’re celebrating Halloween this year, you’ll need a bite of something sweet — and scary! Here are some of the cutest, spookiest and party-worthy treats we’ve seen around the web. Trick or treat!
Although baklava is often made with walnuts or almonds, here we use pistachio nuts and orange zest for a flavorful and colorful variation.
|How to Make Amazing Waffles
On a chilly fall morning, nothing hits the spot like cozy, comforting waffles. Read on to learn how to make them like a pro, then find some of our favorite seasonal recipes — perfect for your next lazy weekend.
|Party Planner: Spooky Halloween Cocktail Party
Set your Halloween table with a spread of eerie decorations and bewitching bites that match the mood of the evening. From creepy-crawly spider deviled eggs to blood orange punch, this spine-tingling fare is guaranteed to delight your guests.
|Dorie Greenspan on Simple French Sweets and ‘Baking Chez Moi’
In her new book Baking Chez Moi, author Dorie Greenspan shares recipes for the simplest, homiest desserts — the ones closest to our hearts. Here, she tells us all about the book and gives a sneak peek of one of her favorite recipes.
|Maple-Coconut Granola with Yogurt and Mango
The benefit of making your own granola is that you can incorporate any of your favorite ingredients. Serve this the traditional way in a bowl with milk, or layer it with thick Greek yogurt and sweet mango cubes or fresh berries.
|Spaghetti with Turkey Meatballs
This old-fashioned favorite of kids and adults alike gets a healthy makeover with the use of ground turkey rather than beef. Full of flavor from both fresh and dried herbs, it’s sure to become a family favorite.
Celebrate National Pumpkin Day with a taste of pumpkin spice and everything nice, from quickbreads and muffins to ooey gooey bars. Here’s a look at all the delicious pumpkin recipes, tips and treats we’ve shared throughout October.
|Weekend Project: Classic Apple Butter
This is the classic recipe we go to every apple-picking season, rich with sweet apple flavor and warm spices. Spread it on toast in the morning or serve with scones for an afternoon snack — it’s a little bite of fall.