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    Autumn Flavors

    I thought this cookbook would help make it easier to find recipes for the bountiful harvest crops and wonderful autumn dinners. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did finding the many wonderful recipes.
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    20 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    This was my Maw Maw's recipe for homemade dressing. It is the best!!! My family has been using this particular dressing recipe for years!

    Recipe #76142

    This is a perfect fall holiday dessert that looks wonderful in the trifle bowl. Don't let the ingredients/steps scare you! All ingredients are canned, boxed, cartoned; you just need to buy it and combine it! One hour to prepare and the results are gratifying! This is so easy; I made this for my in-laws Thanksgiving dinner when I was dating my husband; during that time period I had no kitchen skills whatsoever. Very easy! Prep time does not include cooling/chilling times. This recipe is from Taste of Home Magazine, the October/November 1999 edition.

    Recipe #39631

    14 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Spicy, Tart, and Sweet Oven Dried Apples. I like Granny Smiths but use what firm apples you prefer. I made this with candies ginger just pulse in the grinder along with the cardamom. I like the uneven amounts of spices on each slice. This way those that like it can pick the more spiced ones.

    Recipe #73792

    Fall is not Fall if I don't make pumpkin whoopie pies! My family loves them and so does anyone who tries them! The recipe is requested often. I first tried them at my girlfriend's grandma's house and insisted on the recipe which she gave me. Thank you Niny! Prep time includes making the filling which I usually make while baking.

    Recipe #81646

    This is just one of my comfort foods. I love it slathered on homemade biscuits. MMMMmmmm...so good.

    Recipe #93886

    I got this recipe out of a church cookbook many years ago. It is a simple and delicious pumpkin bread. My daughter who hates coconut loves this bread. It is so moist and tasty that it really does melt in your mouth.

    Recipe #14187

    This was on one of those recipe cards that you get in the mail from time to time. We love the taste of the pumpkin and bran - even DD and she isn't a bran eater!

    Recipe #16015

    Someone in my daughter's college speech class made this for their demonstration speech. My daughter loved it and got the recipe for me. I love it too.

    Recipe #24455

    The first apple pie I ever made; easy and simple directions. And real apples, no canned apple pie filling! I made this for dessert when company was over and I figured if I screwed up, I could always pass it off as apple cobbler with ice cream served over it, but it came out great, looked and tasted like a real apple pie!

    Recipe #37143

    8 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Apple Crunch is an easy desert that kids love and can make almost by themselves. The recipe originally came from an old church cookbook.

    Recipe #41900

    2 Reviews |  By ellie_

    (Bon Appetit, January 1998)

    Recipe #42597

    Have to admit, I haven't tried this one yet. Saw it at my mother's and the easiest way to save a recipe is to type it in here at Zaar. So here it is for you and for me to try. Looks wonderful.

    Recipe #43122

    Move over traditional hot cocoa on a cold winters night; you will have a love affair with this concoction. I had this at a Starbucks earlier this year; after fooling around with ingredients, this is the clone. A wonderful drink to curl up with on a chilly night; great for a bonfire or a holiday gathering as well.

    Recipe #43392

    1 Reviews |  By ellie_

    This apple pie is so good you'll tell yourself a fairy tale about how all the calories have been magically cooked out so you can have a second piece. Although time consuming this prize-winning recipe (originally printed in a newspaper) is delicious with an adult sauce that is optional.

    Recipe #60118

    35 Reviews |  By ellie_

    This is the apple pie I've been making for years and if using Pillsbury pie crusts (ready-made pie dough in the dairy section) is the perfect pie-making project for kids. Recipe adapted from an old church cookbook.

    Recipe #65429

    3 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Simple no-crust deep dish pie was adapted from Bon Appetit (August 1984).

    Recipe #66772

    14 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Simple apple crisp is a great fall dessert when apples are ripe. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (September, 1983)

    Recipe #69755

    1 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Simple apple cake is a desert or after school treat during apple picking season. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (October, 1982)

    Recipe #72043

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