Whether you're baking muffins, quick bread or trying out a new pie or cake, pumpkin is always fall's favorite ingredient. Have you tried it in a savory recipe? Or, do you have a special sweet recipe that's requested at every harvest potluck? We'd love to hear all about it...
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What are your favorite PUMPKIN recipes? Share 'em all in today's Recipe Round-Up!
Would you believe this delicious fall treat bakes in your slow cooker? Keep reading...
When the air gets a little colder, the leaves start changing into magnificent colors and a sweet smell floats through the air. Cinnamon, spice, pumpkin...just about everything nice. Why not bring the fabulous scents of fall indoors?
Between practices, meetings and family fun, there doesn't seem to be much time left for cooking some nights. That's where recipes like the one we're sharing today come in handy - whips up quick on the stovetop and you need just one trusty skillet for everything.
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What are your favorite STOVETOP SKILLET recipes? Share 'em all in today's Recipe Round-Up!
Filled with savory cheese and pepperoni, this simple stovetop supper is always a winner.
The leaves are putting on a show of red, gold and burnt orange, so why not bring some of that color home too? One of our favorite times of year to decorate, fall is the perfect time to add some warmth to your cozy home, whether it's with a new wreath on the door or a tablescape to welcome guests all season long.
In today's slideshow, we're sharing some of the most inspiring ideas from our favorite bloggers. With so many inspiring ideas out there, we can't wait to get started!
Mason Jar Lid Pumpkin
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Leave it to Rachel of Surviving the Stores to turn something as everyday as canning jar rings into something so clever and cute. Click over to get the full tutorial and make your own Mason Jar Lid Pumpkin.
Fall not only brings beautiful leaves, warm cider and hayrides in the country...it also brings busy back-to-school nights, game-day get-togethers and Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings. What a perfect season to put your slow cooker to work, and what better cookbook to use than our newest title, Slow-Cooker Fall Favorites?
Whether you're a super-fan who wears your team's colors every weekend or if you just like to host a gameday get-together for the fun, friends and food, this week's Recipe Round-Up is sure to hit the spot!
We love a good party, and tailgating celebrations seem to offer particularly yummy menus...dips & spreads, little meatballs & sausages, brownies & cookies and so much more. We love it all!
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What are your favorite TAILGATING recipes? Share 'em all in today's Recipe Round-Up!
Is there anything you can't make in a cast iron skillet? Mains, sides, casseroles, desserts...the list just goes on and on. Easy to care for, a cinch to clean and sure to last a lifetime, cast iron pans are a cook's best friend.
We want to celebrate our passion for cast iron creations by giving you six of the best one-dish recipes we could find. From break-of-day breakfast to a Picture-Perfect Paella, we've got all sorts of ways for you to get creative with your cast iron. So put away the baking pans and never mind the non-stick skillet...one cast iron pan is all you'll need!
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Perfect for breakfast or dinner, this simple skillet meal from Coming Home with Gooseberry Patch is one of our favorites. Served with some buttered toast and a cup of coffee, it makes a hearty meal any time of day.
1 lb. ground pork sausage 2-1/2 c. potatoes, peeled and cubed 2 red peppers, diced 4 green onions, chopped Optional: 1 to 2 T. oil 1-1/2 t. paprika 1-1/2 t. dried thyme salt and pepper to taste 6 eggs Garnish: chopped fresh parsley
In a large skillet over medium heat, cook sausage until browned. Drain sausage and set aside, leaving some drippings in skillet. Add potatoes, peppers and onions to skillet. Cook until potatoes are tender, crisp and golden, about 8 minutes, stirring frequently and adding oil to skillet if needed. Stir in sausage and seasonings. Make 6 wells in mixture with a spoon; break an egg into each. Reduce heat to low; cover and cook until eggs are cooked to desired doneness. Sprinkle with parsley. Serves 6.
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree...and that's a good thing, because the more apples we can get our hands on, the better! Whether you like a tart Granny Smith or a soft & sweet Red Delicious, there's an apple variety for everyone.
What better way to celebrate the start of apple season than with 7 of our favorite apple recipes? From a sweet apple sipper to some hearty sides and all sorts of sweets in between, today's slideshow is a bushel and a peck of deliciousness.
When the weather turns cool, we turn to our autumn kitchen for those tried & true favorites of the season. Using the best seasonal ingredients, we've created a collection of hearty recipes and festive fall ideas you'll love...it doesn't get much better than Harvest Homestyle Recipes!