eat-feed-autumn-winter-30-ways-to-celebrate-when-the-mercury-drops

Eat Feed Autumn Winter: 30 Ways to Celebrate when the Mercury Drops

Sample Recipes from Eat Feed Autumn Winter: 30 Ways to Celebrate when the Mercury Drops

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maple-apple-tartlets

Maple Apple Tartlets

These tartlets are the ideal quick and easy end to an autumn meal. The key to perfection is making sure to keep the puff pastry cold. If...

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pork-chops-with-apples-and-brandy

Pork Chops with Apples and Brandy

Pork and apples are a classic autumn pairing, the kind of dish that everyone has some version of in their home cooking repertoire. Perha...

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chicken-breasts-with-pumpkin-seed-filling-and-butternut-sauce

Chicken Breasts with Pumpkin Seed Filling and Butter...

It’s true that I’ve railed against the blandness of chicken breasts before. But sometimes they do have their place. Teamed with jalapeño...

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honey-ginger-carrot-and-parsnip-latkes-with-creme-fraiche

Honey-Ginger Carrot and Parsnip Latkes with Creme Fr...

In the tradition of reviving the old as new, these latkes trade in the old New World tuber—the potato—for the new Old World tuber—the pa...

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renaissance-winter-greens-tart

Renaissance Winter Greens Tart

This tart draws on the recipes from early English cookbooks in which dried fruits often adorned savory dishes. To this day, sweet raisin...

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citrus-bacon-brussels-sprouts

Citrus Bacon Brussels Sprouts

Fry the bacon over medium heat until barely crisp. Using kitchen scissors, snip the bacon into ¼-inch pieces. Pour off all but 2 teaspoo...

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