Ease into fall with this vegetarian stew that you can make in the slow-cooker in 5 hours on high. Don't forget to add a spoonful of yogurt on top.
Hearty and delicious, this beef stew recipe is a great finish to a fall day.
Stay warm this fall with this rich and flavorful soup.
This veggie-centric pasta dish doesn't taste the same without seasonal squash.
The rich pumpkin flavor makes everything even better in this creamy meal.
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Pie (either sweet or savory) is the ultimate fall treat.
Apples switch from sweet to savory in this simple-to-make Sunday dinner that's perfect for fall.
This is how vegetarian fare should taste; layered like lasagna with flavorful vegetables and nutty cheese. If the torte feels too fancy, prepare it casserole-style in a baking dish and serve by scooping out portions.
Naturally sweet, pork chops are the perfect anchor for this delectable meal that includes two favorite fall ingredients — fresh apples and apple cider.
Lemon and pepper are a classic combination. In this recipe, crushed whole peppercorns and coriander seeds add an appealing crunch, and rosemary gives this dish a lovely fragrance.
Store bought cheese ravioli gets dressed up for fall with a savory mix of butternut squash, garlic and fresh thyme, plus a generous dusting of salty Parmesan cheese.
This lean take on lasagna is a great family meal!
A good chili doesn't have to take all day: This recipe takes just 20 minutes.
Trisha Yearwood uses pressure-cooked chicken breasts for the main ingredient in this dish. The rich casserole will feed a crowd or make great leftovers.
Take steak dinner to a whole new level.
Texas is all about the beef, especially smoked brisket flavored simply with a blend of paprika, garlic powder, salt, and pepper. Make juicy hamburgers by grinding up brisket, then sprinkling the patties with the traditional spice mix.
The fresh ginger makes for a serious flavor kick.
Making this Italian favorite just got even easier.
Infuse your winter stew with the personality of the Southwest. This stew is brimming with bright, rich flavors and a subtle spice that will warm you up on the coldest winter nights.
This sweet and hearty vegetarian soup is supremely satisfying on a chilly fall day.
To make this dish vegetarian, swap the pork for 1½ pounds of chopped root vegetables (like sweet potatoes, parsnips, and rutabaga). Decrease the cooking time by 2 hours.
Packed with some of fall's best flavors, this easy dinner will be ready in 30 minutes.
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A store-bought crust makes this one-pan beef pie even easier, and the hearty filling is sure to make for a family favorite.
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Forget takeout. Making your own pizza has never been easier or healthier.
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This comforting classic has a flavorful twist, mustard-tarragon sauce!
Classic sloppy joes get a healthy makeover. Making this family favorite dish with ground turkey instead of beef saves fat and calories, and makes it lean enough to enjoy any night of the week.
The sweet Italian sausage to these meatballs makes them moist and full of flavor, and the crushed red pepper flakes adds some heat!