This seasonal, earthy, and sweet treat is like biting into fall.
Ready for cozy fall flavors, but maybe not ready for heavy food quite yet? Check out this fun fall cheese board with fig spread, cool cheese and a glass of wine. It’s not too hearty, but it sure tastes like the season.
Cool days with warm sunshine and crisp leaves deserve to be paired with wines as versatile and variable as the season’s autumn weather. Check out these red wines that are light enough for a warm fall day, but have enough body to be served with heartier dishes.
The first day of autumn will be here before you know it. We are already feeling the cool breezes and getting in the mood for warm bowls of chili, apples galore and the iconic pumpkin. Here are favorite Italian white wines that are the perfect medium body for the season between summer and winter.
Low and slow—all season long. From soups and sips to hearty, slow-roasted meats, these recipes harness all of your favorite fall flavors in your slow cooker.
If you are over the pumpkin craze that without fail comes with the fall season or you are looking to branch out, here are some of our favorite autumn ingredients and the best ways to feature the seasonal fruits and vegetables.
The colors of this dish are perfect for a festive holiday table, and it can easily be made ahead of time — ideal when the oven is already in use.
Caramel apples for Halloween: This is a simple treat and fun to make. They are dipped into caramel and then nuts, but for “scarier” look you can dip them into Halloween sprinkles. Some recipes call for marshmallows, the choice is yours.
A light early spring lunch made from quinoa, roasted butternut pumpkin and plenty of crumbled goats cheese – topped with golden breadcrumbs.
The silky apple puree in this classic Danish apple cake shouldn’t be too sweet, as the topping is made from a mixture of crushed macaroons and caramelized rolled oats.