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    Autumn

    Seasonal recipes for the months of autumn. Ingredients include butternut and Kabocha squashes, apples, beets, root vegetables, plums. Warm drinks, soups, holiday food, leftover turkey. Canning recipes. [photo of: Vegetarian Pastitsio, by Engrossed]
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    I LOVE Aarti and this is one of the first recipes she did when she became The Next Food Network Star. I had never tried Kale before but this salad looked so good when she made it I decided to try it. I tasted the Kale on the way home from the grocery store and was worried because it tasted bitter. No need to worry! The massaging technique turns the bitter coarse kale into tender bright green ribbons. The mango, honey and lemon give this salad the PERFECT balance of flavors.

    Recipe #436159

    As one might guess from the name, this very thin pancake hails from Sweden. Swedish Pancakes can be served for breakfast, but Swedes also prepare them for supper accompanied with a bowl of hearty pea soup. Unlike the thicker American "flap jack", the Swedish pancake is more like the French crepe. Rather than syrup, the pancakes are usually garnished with lingonberries, a tart red berry, and sprinkled with powdered sugar. From the Minnesota Scandinavian chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947

    Recipe #336731

    Recipe for making flour tortillas from Thibeault's Table. Credit to Ann from the gardenweb internet addy as the majority of this receipe comes from her post: http:// ths.gardenweb.com/ forums/ load/recipex/ msg0611460316237.html?7 I like this easy recipe for tortillas that uses staples usually on hand. I am battling cancer and cannot eat yeast or sugar, so tortillas are a great alternative to bread!

    Recipe #204109

    From "The Best of Pancake & Waffle Recipes" by Beatrice Ojakangas, a popular waffle recipe at my house.

    Recipe #116201

    I saw Melissa make these on the Next Food Network Star show and wanted to try these for my family. Quicker baking time with the smaller portions. NOTE: I layered the potatoes, cheese, seasonings and onion several times and cooked it closer to an hour in my oven.

    Recipe #385071

    22 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Don't throw away the turkey bones after you've demolished your bird! Save them to make a fantastic turkey stock, which you can then use to flavor all sorts of soups and gravies. After you strain the stock you can freeze it in small Tupperware tubs, or even in ice cube trays, very handy to have in the kitchen!

    Recipe #47432

    4 Reviews |  By Debber

    Pamper guests with a plateful of these (or other) home-baked goodies. Simple to make, nose-twitching scent, and on the table in no time. Serve with bacon or sausages, apricot honey-butter, and coffee or milk. Compliments to Reiman's *Best of Country Cooking 2003*

    Recipe #280366

    4 Reviews |  By duonyte

    This is a vegetarian version of a traditional New Year's dish, said to bring luck when eaten before noon. Recipe from The Vegetarian Table: America by Deborah Madison, as adapted by the Chicago Tribune. A tasty and flavorful dish.

    Recipe #203015

    Gorgeous spiced pumpkin scones with honey butter - what a treat for the tea-time table during autumn and winter. I have made these twice now and love the combination of the honey butter with the scones, although they are also delicious with plain unsalted butter. This recipe came from an Australian "Olive" magazine that was sent to me, apparently, Queensland is famous for its blue pumpkins where this recipe originates from - I added the spices as well as the honey butter! A wonderful recipe for the cooler months, but as it uses tinned or frozen pumpkin, these can be made all year around. If you don't want to serve these with the honey butter, just split them whilst warm and spread with normal butter or cream. Mixed spice is a British spice mixture, I have a recipe for this on RZ: Recipe #266688

    Recipe #397407

    These are unique and flavorful waffles. Recipe is from Simple and Delicious.

    Recipe #323680

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    If you like apple pancakes and you like bacon, you’ll love the taste of these sweet, smoky pancakes. Any kind of apple works well. A quick cider syrup drizzled on top enhances the apple flavor

    Recipe #460292

    4 Reviews |  By Kirby

    A simple version of a comfort food classic. From the website, 'Feed Me Bubbe'.

    Recipe #232500

    My friend gave me boxed of Japanese plums from her plum tree and I've been finding ways to enjoy them. This torte can be served for breakfast or dessert topped with a bit of ice-cream. The plums keep it from becoming too sweet. What I especially enjoy about this cake is that it is a perfect cake to freeze and bring out at a later date when you will appreciate a taste of summer. I haven given this cake to neighbors, friends, and family members and everyone loves it. You can also use other stone fruits if you would like. If you do not have a spring form pan, you can line a 9 inch cake pan with foil leaving an overhang over the edges of the pan. Oil the foil generously. Use the foil to "pull" the cake out of the pan when ready. From Cooking for Comfort.

    Recipe #319800

    My mom used to make them a lot when I was growing up. Now we make them ahead and freeze them. Cut the plums in half and double the amount of dumplings.

    Recipe #394765

    8 Reviews |  By Derf

    Very quick and very delicious.

    Recipe #196210

    1 Reviews |  By Wendy0

    Tasted at a picnic, and had to have the recipe. It turned out to be "bunch of this, glop of that," so I came up with the following ballpark measurements that seemed right - but adjust as needed! Once I got asked for the recipe too, I posted it here.

    Recipe #440628

    I have made this and it is very good. My husband loved it, and that says alot!

    Recipe #40694

    3 Reviews |  By Lennie

    From the November 2002 issue of Canadian Living Magazine: In January 2001, in honour of the United Nations International Decade for the Culture of Peace, Monica Mueller of Burnaby BC started a progam that provides cakes for conferences and cultural events that focus on developing kindness. The cakes hark back to many cultures with their traditional ingredients (almonds, from the Jewish mandelbrot; dates, eaten to break the fast during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan; cranberries, from the cuisine of Canada's native peoples). She hopes that on World Kindness Day (Nov. 13) people will make these cakes and--in the spirit of kindness--give one away. Well, Recipezaar members -- are we up for that?! :-)

    Recipe #44412

    A healthy, tasty pasta salad made with no mayonnaise. "Cooking time" is really chilling time; preparation time includes time to cook pasta, as you can be slicing the carrots and onion at the same time. I think it tastes better made one day ahead so that flavors get a good chance to combine.

    Recipe #294638

    This is our fall favorite. Unfortunately our two apple trees are very early apples which cannot be stored for more than two or three weeks, so we have tons of apples which have to be eaten, canned, preserved or made into cake within a fortnight... I don't know where I got this recipe from, but I've made it for more then ten years now and no matter how many loaves I make, they vanish rapidly. Although I cannot eat this bread anyway, I make it gluten free, using gluten free cake flour mix. It works well with a mix of brown, white and sweet rice flour plus some arrowroot starch (just use your preferred gluten free cake flour mix), but making it gluten free means adding an egg or egg replacer, too, or it won't stick together. Prep time doesn't include overnight soaking time.

    Recipe #387611

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