Comfort food for autumn: baked macaroni and cheese with delicata squash.
Cooking for one can be a chore for some. Instead, see it as a chance to indulge in old favorites and experiment a little.
These coconut laddus, a kind of truffle, is one of many sweets that are used to celebrate Diwali, a celebration recognized by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, and some Buddhists, of good over evil.
In this favorite Afghan dish, kaddo bourani, baked pumpkin is sweetened with sugar and cinnamon, topped with a mint-flecked, garlicky yogurt sauce, and a drizzle of ground beef in a earthy, spiced tomato sauce.
Smooth and creamy this sweet potato soup gets a boost from Asian flavors.
This gluten-free pudding combines pumpkin, spice, coffee, and chocolate into a delicious warm mess. Smother it with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
This traditional Provençal pot roast is toothsome and ridiculously easy. Don’t let the anchovies scare you – they disappear into the dish, leaving only dialed-up umami behind.
Packed with umami flavors, cheese and herbed mushrooms on polenta makes a satisfying yet simple meal.
Apple and ginger shine in this autumn cake. Serve with a scoop of ice cream and eat leftovers for breakfast the next day.
In the Caribbean, in-season avocados can be found everywhere from small roadside stalls to the supermarket. Here's a simple way to prepare avocados and enjoy them for breakfast.
"Three milk" cake is simply a delicate cake soaked in a combination of milks. This pumpkin variety gives it a seasonal flavor.
A hearty soup, in case you are feeling like hiding away like a hermit and avoiding all those Halloween party invites.
These Halloween cookies are wicked to the bone.
Stuffed sweet potatoes is a 'super food' packed meal that is easy, inexpensive, and will earn a thumbs up from picky eaters at your table.
Toast topped with kale, tomatoes, and soft-boiled eggs can be a hearty breakfast, a vegetarian lunch, or a satisfying snack.