Use the abundance of summer's last vegetables to make a delicious lasagna.
The sweetness of caramelized Vidalia onions pairs with marjoram and salty goat cheese for a light and creamy soufflé packed with flavor.
The earthy flavor of sage complements the sweetness of this squash and pear soup. Use half and half or coconut milk to add a creamy texture.
What better way to usher in fall than with warm, pumpkin-flavored doughnuts baked right in the oven?
This eggless, cocoa-like, nonalcoholic beverage is perfect for chilly autumn days when you want to warm up!
Classic appetizer of hollowed out potato filled with cheese, bacon, and sour cream.
With a crumble crust and sweet syrup of apple juices, you might need a spoon to eat these decadent bars.
Bacon, marinated artichoke hearts, olives, garlic and lemon juice and zest combine with chicken drumsticks and thighs in this big-flavored braise.
Try making your favorite spice blends from scratch: garam masala, taco seasoning, Cajun spice, pumpkin spice seasoning, and more. All of these blends are easy enough to make at home using organic spices without any additives.
Bake those sweet potatoes languishing in your pantry into a spicy moist quick bread. It's a perfect recipe for the first crisp fall weekend.
Make macaroni salad even better with bacon, buttermilk dressing, and cheese. Toss in a few veggies, too, if the mood strikes you.
This creamy homemade tomato soup from Alice Waters is made with no dairy and just a few ingredients. You’ll never want to open another can of tomato soup again.
Still feel like summer in your neck of the woods? Hit the season's last cookouts with this ramen slaw, which has a basic coleslaw or broccoli slaw base, punctuated by crunchy ramen bits.
Who doesn't love Nutella swirled into baked goods? The only way to improve this simple delicious recipe would be to double it.
Scotland decides today if it will be a nation independent of Great Britain. Politics aside, Scottish culture – from tartan plaid, to Robert Burns, to Scottish shortbread – has fed imaginations worldwide for centuries.
Top these meatballs with a simple tomato sauce and add your favorite pasta, or do something different, and use them in pitas with veggies and yogurt sauce for a Mediterranean take.
Kale chips are great with just olive oil and sea salt, but new and exciting seasonings make them even better. Try seasoning them with garlic and onion jam, maple balsamic vinegar, or an experimental flavor combination of your own.
With the early crisp days of fall, a luscious, warm peach tart is a perfect start to baking days in the kitchen.