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Get cozy this fall with comforting soups, stews, and braises. Then celebrate together with fun and festive recipes for Halloween and Thanksgiving.
It doesn’t get easier than a 10-minute no-cook Thanksgiving side where the food processor does all the work. If you enjoy the bitter bite from orange peel, add the entire orange (cut into wedges) to the food processor.
Sweet Potato Pie with Praline Topping(with video)
Wow your guests this holiday season with a mash-up of a silky Southern sweet potato pie and a pecan pie that makes an impressive dessert.
Already rolled out into a circle, refrigerated pie dough helps this sweet dessert come together in a flash, while fresh pomegranate seeds add a festive burst of tangy sweetness.
Smoky-Spicy Cranberry Sauce
This cranberry sauce takes it up a notch with smoky chiles. To tame the flame, leave out the chipotle and add some smoked paprika instead.
Chicken Parm Noodle Bake(with video)
Two ultimate comfort foods—chicken parmesan and noodle casserole—come together in this version that’s ideal for busy weeknights.
Ravioli with Rosemary Butter and Mushrooms
Cheese-stuffed pasta, buttery mushrooms, and earthy fresh rosemary are a trio made in comfort-food heaven.
Chilaquiles Skillet Casserole(with video)
Eggs are an affordable and nutritious way to add protein to weeknight dinners. Cooking them in the same skillet as the rest of the dish ensures an easy cleanup.
Pumpkin Spice Smoothie(with video)
Get a dose of fall first thing in the morning with this pumpkin (and pumpkin-spiced) breakfast smoothie. It’s also a protein powerhouse—the perfect way to start your day.
Crispy Tilapia Tacos(with video)
A thin coating of panko and a quick pan-fry turns mild-mannered tilapia into delicious fish tacos that everyone will love.
Poached Salmon with Citrus Butter
Poaching via the microwave yields flaky, moist salmon and crunch-tender veggies, all in record time and ease.
Rubbing the turkey with salt ahead of time (aka “dry brining”) guarantees a succulent and flavor-packed bird. Leaving the cavity empty also helps cut the roasting time by a bit.
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