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Don't be scared that it will take too much time: Holiday treats can be made quick and easy
Two recipes that make vegetables the star.
Poblano chile peppers add snap to Italian pasta dish.
Author Suzanne Cope discovered that artisanal foods started making a comeback around the time the recession began in 2007.
Octoberfest is not the only German tradition, another German fall festival is also celebrated – Federweisser, or new wine.
When you begin to think of pumpkin as both a flavor and a softening and moistening superstar, your baking world will open up wide.
Two cakes featuring fall fruits make special treats for breakfast, lunch, brunch ... or just because you’re craving a delicious cake.
Pumpkin, one of fall’s most versatile fruits, pairs perfectly with mac-and-cheese
The other day, just before a much-needed rain, I went out to my diminished but still productive garden to see what I could find.
Pot roast tastes great with mashed potatoes or buttered noodles, but boy, do the leftovers also make a terrific filling for quesadillas.
After services, most families go home to break the fast with a simple, light, dairy meal that starts with a cool drink or a few grapes.
North Huntingdon blogger, Jessica Merchant, publishes “Seriously Delish: 150 Recipes for People Who Totally Love Food.”
No disrespect to apples, but pears are as sweet and delicious a fruit as you will encounter in the fall.
Who doesn’t like breakfast for dinner? Especially when the dish combines the sweet taste of two morning classics, French toast and pancakes?