Food Recipes

21 Delicious Fall Dessert Recipes for Every Dietary Need

As the weather starts to shift, what’s in season does, too. The stone fruit and tomatoes we’ve been enjoying all summer give way to fall favorites like apples, pumpkins, grapes, figs, cranberries, and more. There’s nothing quite like a trip to the local farmer’s market to usher in a new season. To celebrate, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite fall dessert recipes to explore this cornucopia of new produce. Apple pies are well and good (and you’ll certainly be seeing apple-based desserts on this list), but there’s a whole world of fall dessert recipes out there to be savored. It’s…
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12 Basque Recipes Straight from the Pyrenees

It won’t take long after arriving in the Basque Country to understand why it has become a destination for epicureans. Sure, the region boasts a slew of showy Michelin-starred gastronomic temples, but the true strength of Euskadi, as the locals call it, lies in its exquisite  pantry. If your only experience with this rich cuisine is through San Sebastian’s pintxo bars and those brilliant kitchens tweezing out perfect plates of nueva cocina, you’re missing out. Classic Basque dishes are comforting and unfussy, and many deserve a spot in your weeknight rotation. Nestled between the Pyrenees and the Atlantic Ocean, and…
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From Turkish lamb to corn dogs: Yotam Ottolenghi’s recipes for holiday food | Food

The thing about holiday food and drink is that it’s best consumed on holiday. For all the joy of, say, apple tea, limoncello and Greek salad, they all make most sense when enjoyed in Turkey, Italy or Greece. Since most of us won’t get to experience such holiday food this summer, then, let’s bring the holiday food to us instead. Who says you need to be at a street food stall overseas to enjoy a battered frankfurter eaten off a hand-held stick?Corn dogs (pictured top) This quintessential carnival food is traditionally made with frankfurters, but you could also use chipolatas…
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7 Healthy Indian Breakfast Recipes To Kick-Start Your Morning

Just like a light, nutritious and healthy dinner meal ensures that your digestive health is in check, similarly, a healthy and filling breakfast has the potential to provide a kick-start to the day. It provides your body with the much-needed energy to go through the day. Indian cuisine is not only filled with flavourful and delicious regional recipes but is also very popular when it comes to nutritious and healthy recipes. From south India's famous upma, uttapam and idli to North India's famous poha, parathas and cheelas, there are so many healthy Indian recipes that can make your morning more…
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Garden Plate: Get back to the basics with farm stand food recipes

September traditionally brings us the usual “back to school” doldrums, but for the Garden State, our season of fresh fun is still going strong. Farm stands continue to brim with an abundance of options at the tail end of summer. The recipes are ripe with best of nature’s offerings in New Jersey. Photo courtesy of Getty Images Jersey is the proud parent of the tomato, zucchini and homegrown eggplant. Put these together with a few other ingredients, and you have got yourself an easy, end-of-summer supper. The best part is that it can be assembled and roasted in minutes. RATATOUILLE…
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6 Plant-Based Recipes To Cook Up This Fall

'Tis the season for butternut squash, Brussel sprouts, and all the pumpkin your heart desires. September is the bridge between summer and fall cooking with farmers markets brimming with delicious seasonal vegetables. Our friend Yumna at Feel Good Foodie is all about cooking fresh, easy, and healthy meals that are also super scrumptious. Many of her dishes are inspired by the Lebanese foods and dishes of her childhood, everything has a little bit of Mediterranean in it, which we love. Here, she shares five of her favorite fall recipes you can whip up this week or next, or bookmark into…
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Try Guys ‘No Recipe Road Trip’ Picked Up to Series at Food Network

Discovery’s Food Network is hungry for more on-the-road cooking improv escapades from the Try Guys, the YouTube viral-video comedy troupe. The cabler picked up “No Recipe Road Trip With the Try Guys” to series, with an additional five-episode order. Food Network previously had announced a deal with the Try Guys for a one-off special of the same name; the special will now air as part of Season 1 so there will now be six episodes total. No premiere date has been set for the hour-long “No Recipe Road Trip” series, which likely will be available on both Food Network and…
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