These scones can be made in the food processor, and come out moist and sturdy. Use the dough as a template and add your choice of dried fruit and spices.
Sautéed and quickly braised with whole cumin seeds, garlic, lemon juice and crushed red pepper flakes, normally mild-mannered celery upstages the supposed star of this dish, ground lamb.
These seasonally perfect pumpkin bars pair a spicy gingersnap cookie crust with a layer of luscious baked pumpkin custard.
A tangle of fried noodles and a squeeze of lime liven up this dinner party dish, creating a tasty mélange of sweet, sour, salty flavors and lovely contrasting textures.
An eggplant stuffed with North African and Middle East ingredients gives a nod to one of Henri Matisse's classic works.
What's better on a chilly fall morning than pumpkin pancakes? Butter pecan syrup, and maybe even a side of bacon, turns breakfast into a special meal.
With a shortbread crust, an apple-cheesecake filling, and a crunchy walnut streusel topping, this dessert has it all. Save this recipe for a holiday dessert, or make it now for an afternoon treat.
This decadent chocolate, caramel Bundt cake will disappear leftover Halloween candy in a jiff.
Variations of this soup are made in Tuscany, France, and Britain. This version combines white beans, sage, shallots, garlic, and sausage in a soup hearty enough to be a meal.
Do you love to order sweet potato fries when eating out? Here's an easy version to try at home.
Use crisp and tart Granny Smith apples to make these apple streusel bars.
This cake is moist and packed with plenty of apples and fall flavors. Topped with a cream cheese frosting, it's sure to be the hit of any autumn gathering.
There is a time and place for Oreo cookies and whipped topping, and that's Halloween. Add a little seasonal flair to the usual dirt cake.
Chicken, potatoes, artichoke hearts, olives, and capers create a hearty, rustic Italian stew. The recipe is adapted from 'Hedgebrook Cookbook: Celebrating Radical Hospitality.'
Everyone loves a pizza party! Mix up the pumpkin pizza dough and pumpkin-tomato sauce ahead of time, then gather plenty of toppings, the kids, or a group of friends, and go to town.
Did you ever wonder what the English settlers at the Plymouth, Mass., colony ate for their first Thanksgiving? Or why the British eat pancakes on Shrove Tuesday? Join a free online course offered by Principia College to learn these fun holiday food facts and more.
Food Day is a nationwide celebration and movement that promotes healthy, affordable, and sustainable food.
Use a spicy sausage to balance the sweet potatoes and sweet corn in this chowder recipe. This chowder is best served in bread bowls toasted in the oven.