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Get cozy this fall with comforting soups, stews, and braises. Then celebrate together with fun and festive recipes for Halloween and Thanksgiving.
Sheet Pan Maple Sausage–Wrapped Pork Tenderloin and Pears
Lean pork tenderloin is guaranteed to stay juicy while wrapped in sausage strips in an easy 5-ingredient sheet pan dinner. It’s also the perfect complement to baked pears, which caramelize with a balsamic–maple syrup glaze.
Baked Pear Dumplings(with video)
Why should apples have all the fun? Pears get in on the dumpling action too by being filled with cinnamon, sugar, and butter and then wrapped in dough to golden perfection.
Instant Pot Pear Butter
Reducing fruit into a jam-like consistency is a breeze thanks to the Instant Pot. Spread pear butter on biscuits, toast, or even pancakes.
Harness the sweetness of seasonal pears into a beautiful yet easy upside-down cake that will impress guests and family.
Baked Risotto with Spinach and Broccoli
A vegetarian mash-up of a creamy risotto and the family-favorite broccoli and cheese, this baked risotto dinner comes together minus the usual constant stirring.
Classic Beef Stew with Carrots and Potatoes
This hearty dish of red wine–based beef stew brimming with carrots and potatoes will feed the entire family for dinner or do double duty as an entrée for entertaining entrée.
Instant Pot Spicy Chicken Mole(with video)
A Mexican classic of mole is made easy thanks to the help of an Instant Pot. Used for tacos in this recipe, the pulled chicken is also great stuffed into quesadillas, tossed into a salad, or served with rice and beans.
Lasagna Soup(with video)
You may never return to baked lasagna after trying this soup version that is a quicker, easier, and lighter take on the original. A twist of pesto stirred into the ricotta turns this into a next-level meal.
Sheet Pan Seafood and Chorizo Paella(with video)
Featuring shrimp, chorizo, peas, and rice, this dish doesn’t need a paella pan, as the Spanish staple is cooked using the simplest technique of all—a sheet pan.
Spicy Butternut Squash and Kale Stew with Peanuts
Not only does this African-inspired vegan stew affordably feed a crowd, but it also does it in under 30 minutes. Top with roasted peanuts at the end for crunch.
Spinach-Artichoke Chicken Stew
Your favorite spinach-artichoke dip has been revamped into a main meal with chicken. Serve this over polenta or mashed potatoes for a hearty dinner.
Brussels Sprouts Carbonara Quiche(with video)
This quiche delivers the best part of carbonara with a pancetta and creamy egg mixture but with the added bonus of shaved Brussels sprouts and a flaky pie crust. Serve for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner.
Sweet Potato Pie with Praline Topping(with video)
Wow your guests this holiday season with a mash-up of a silky Southern sweet potato pie and a pecan pie that makes an impressive dessert.
It doesn’t get easier than a 10-minute no-cook Thanksgiving side where the food processor does all the work. If you enjoy the bitter bite from orange peel, add the entire orange (cut into wedges) to the food processor.
Classic Stuffing with Sage
We’re going back to basics with this traditional stuffing recipe where mainstay aromatics like onion, celery, and garlic join a double dose of fresh and rubbed sage for a classic Thanksgiving side.
Make-Ahead Boursin Mashed Potatoes
Take mashed potatoes up a notch in this cheesy version that will wow your holiday crowd and can be made in advance, if needed.
Pizza Mac & Cheese(with video)
This kid-friendly meal with just 5 ingredients is a mash-up of two all-time favorites—pizza and mac and cheese. Get the kids in on the action by letting them top the casserole with the pepperoni.
Fusilli with Butternut Squash and Sausage(with video)
Starring a pasta shape that catches all the sauce for an explosion of flavor in every bite, this 5-ingredient meal is ready in 30 minutes.
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