With the changing season comes a slight chill in the air, and a need for warm comfort food. Make these fall recipes and you are guaranteed warm satisfaction.
Don't be intimidated by these golden beauties. Persimmons are great as a snack or sliced into salads and main entrees for a sweet bite. Try our candied persimmons recipe to experiment with new flavors!
Cauliflower is one of the most versatile vegetables in the fall. You can mash them, roast them and even grill them and they will be an excellent addition to your table. Warm up with this cauliflower gruyere soup.
Pears are a wonderfully delicious fruit that are superb on their own or extraordinary in a more elaborate recipe, like this Pear & Hazelnut Tart.
Did you know, carrots are the second most popular root vegetable in the US after potatoes? They are full of nutrients that will help your body prevent infections & colds and even promote glowing skin. Who doesn't want that? Carrot Soup, Green Vegetable Pistou is just what the doctor ordered!
Brussel sprouts are a splendid side dish to any fall meal! They don't have to be boring, add in some extra flavor and roast them....with bacon. Everything is better with bacon! Once you try this recipe brussels sprouts will become a staple in your home.