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There’s nothing like the smell of apples baking to welcome the cooler days of fall.
A wonderful treat for a crisp autumn day, these dumplings may become a new family favorite.
Tart rhubarb and apples, sweetened and spiced and topped with oatmeal crunch, make an easy dessert...
Far easier than a traditional steamed pudding, this quick dessert is sure to become a family ...
Serve this moist, flavorful cake to your sweetheart on Valentine's Day, or make it for a special...
Not only are these pretzels a great snack, but your kitchen will also smell heavenly while they’re ...
Best made with fresh berries “preferably wild.” This unbaked pudding is also a treat made out of...
This simple, delicious dessert is a great crowd-pleaser for a late summer party. Serve with whipped...
Special enough for company, but delicious anytime, this unique stew needs nothing more than a good...
Try this easier, lighter version of the traditional chocolate yule log.
To many people, chicken pie with vegetables is a travesty, but this pie is so good that even...
Delight your Valentine with this flavorful marriage of chocolate and raspberry. Bake in heart-...
These yummy sugar cookies are perfect for decorating!  Whether its the Christmas holidays, Easter,...
This colorful salad could become a new Thanksgiving tradition, but don’t save it for once a year –...
Cranberries have much more to offer your menu planning than a once-a-year relish. This silky...
The tangy combination of tart apples and hot spices elevates squash to first-course holiday status.
Use an 11- to 12-inch skillet to recycle the leftovers from your Thanksgiving or Christmas feast.
For a refreshing treat on your next summer outing, pack salad and dressing separately in the cooler...
Serve these quick and tasty snacks hot from the oven or cooled to room temperature. Store leftovers...
This meal-in-a-bowl makes a great dinner for a busy day. If you use frozen shrimp, defrost them...
Any cool or rainy day is a great time to make this invigorating, traditional soup. You can cheat...
When all those green tomatoes make you feel guilty, turn to this quick solution, which also makes a...
Fire up the barbecue for kabobs – a welcome change from the ubiquitous burgers and hot dogs. Serve...
Provide the perfect welcome to holiday guests with this fragrant, warming drink.
Kale tastes best after a light frost, making this a good late-season harvest dish. Include a...
One of the most famous lentil meals in history was a pottage Jacob served to his starving brother...
Bread and filling all in one, these biscuits are delicious warm from the oven or packed with a...
Plain baked sweet potatoes are great; this way of preparing them is sublime. Serve with turkey...
Inspired by a turkey loaf at an Indiana truck stop, Barnard developed this recipe, which easily...
Here’s a surprising way to enjoy the bounty of America’s native autumn berry.
These succulent beans were traditionally made with dark amber syrup, but lighter grades can be...
A boon to the frugal cook, this brunch or supper dish is best made with slightly stale French or...
It would be no exaggeration to say that Italian cooks have prepared every sort of pasta sauce...
Delicious on its own or with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream, nothing says “summer” like...
A classic combination kids love, these bars are good for after-school snacks or breakfast on the...
Tired of the same old slaws and salads? Treat your family and friends to this new twist on an old...
Try the “Ten Great Sandwiches” recipes page for more lunchtime ideas! This recipe, a spicy new...
Add some crusty bread or whole grain crackers and you’ve got a complete meal with this deliciously...
Although pork tenderloin is an expensive cut of meat, it cooks quickly and has great flavor. Buy a...
Although pork tenderloin is an expensive cut of meat, it cooks quickly and has great flavor. Buy a...
The quintessential fall recipe, as attractive as it is flavorful.
Serve this tangy condiment with chicken or turkey. It also complements the flavors of a spicy curry...
Easily assembled in one pot, a chowder makes a fine spring tonic, as good (if not better) the...
This wonderfully easy cake calls for less butter and fewer eggs than most versions.
Here’s a great recipe for outdoor chefs: quick, easy, nutritious, and delicious!
It’s just as easy to make a double batch of this hearty, warming sauce and freeze the excess – it’s...
The wonderful aroma of this soup is just the thing to come home to on a cold winter’s day. Not only...
Quiche is always welcome for a luncheon or light supper. Some crusty bread and a mixed green salad...
These buns are traditionally served by the eldest daughter of the household before sunrise on St....
Components of this pasta classic can vary according to the bounty of your garden, as long as the...
Long a staple of the picnic table and salad bar, this classic is simple to make, tasty, and...
This is one of the easiest recipes you'll ever make. But put it together at least four hours...

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