Clean out the veggie drawer with this easy dish. Cheesy eggs served with wilted kale and roasted squash make an easy week-day dinner, or an inventive brunch idea for the weekend.
Chop and sauté glossy purple eggplant, then toss it with a bright, spicy tomato-red pepper sauce. The dish is versatile; serve it over rice or stir the sauce into potato salad for a meat-free dinner.
Food blogger Luisa Weiss, also known as The Wednesday Chef, has published her first book, 'My Berlin Kitchen.' Here she answers a few questions from fellow blogger, Caroline Lubbers.
Plump raisins in a pumpkin muffin with just a hint of toasted nuts.
This recipe can work in a number of ways, as one large bundt cake, as mini bundt cakes, or as cupcakes. Separating the eggs, beating the whites, and folding the batter together makes for a light cake full of rich spicy pumpkin flavor.
Dipped in melted butter and rolled in cinnamon sugar, it doesn't get much better than these pumpkin poppers. They're just as tasty as a pumpkin donut hole, without the yeast or deep frying.
Recreating this Icelandic dish is relatively simple. Blend basil, olive oil, salt, and pine nuts into a puree to season the fish. Mash cauliflower florets with potatoes for a unique side dish.
Looking for new ideas to make use of pumpkin seeds? Here are two recipes that use pumpkin seeds to enhance tasty fall dishes.
Sometimes it's good to dust off an old recipe and try a new adaptation. Apple chicken, cooked with caramelized onions, sweet apples, and apple cider vinegar is a perfect fall dish.
These chewy blondies are chock-full of goodies. They're quick and simple, and the perfect way to clean out a baker's pantry.
Get comfy on a cool fall day with this warm, sweet, smooth pumpkin bisque. Roast pie pumpkins and save the seeds to garnish each bowl of soup.
'Art + Food: Beyond the Still Life' in Sydney, Australia, makes connections between consumerism, food production, and cultural identity.
Channel your inner trick-or-treater with a new take on the classic Rice Krispie treat. This crunchy, gooey dessert is topped with peanut butter and chocolate, plus a cute candy corn finish.
Certain dishes set you at ease, and speak to the soul. This stew is one of them. Seasoned chicken is slow-cooked until it is full of color and flavor.
Baked apples stuffed with brown sugar, spices, candied ginger, and toasted pecans are a perfect seasonal treat. They're even better when topped with vanilla ice cream.
Whip up an elegant French-inspired side dish with a few humble ingredients. Green lentils, carrots, celery, garlic, walnuts, and goat cheese keep the dish easy, but still sophisticated.
Fideos are thin toasted noodles used in Spanish soups and stews. Add some shrimp, edamame, and a red pepper to make a simple, tasty dinner.
These aren't your usual sticky buns. Packed with pumpkin, apple, pear, and walnuts, plus drizzled with a sugary glaze, these special breakfast buns celebrate all the best flavors of fall.
Roast the squash ahead of time to whip up a 5-minute delicious and healthy salad topped with a yogurt lime dressing.