8 best autumn soups

From Potato Cheddar and Chive Soup: This hearty soup has all the flavor of a stuffed baked potato – but no fork is required. It’s ideal for cool nights, hot lunches ...

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spiced simmered eggs with kale

This simple, rustic dish is healthy and hearty; eggs are nested into braised kale and simmered to perfection. A finishing garnish of red pepper flakes adds the perfect amount of ...

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chinese cuisine :: 101

Learning a new cuisine is like learning a new language. With the right ingredients and a good teacher, you’ll soon find yourself well-versed. Try these Sichuanese recipes – with a ...


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spanakopita grilled cheese

Spanakopita is a delicious spinach and feta pastry that is wrapped in ...
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how to trim a skirt steak

Unless I’m going for a big, juicy, dry-aged ribeye, the skirt steak ...

cantaloupe cocktail

Tequila, agave nectar, and cantaloupe purée get shaken up in this summery ...

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pumpkin pie spice

As the leaves start to change color and cheery pumpkins show up on doorsteps, summer seems like a distant memory and we’re smack-dab in the middle of fall. And while pumpkin spice-flavored treats make their appearance just about, well, everywhere, do you even know what it contains? Here’s what it is and why you should make […]

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sweet as soda: sugary tea around the world

Sugar and tea have a love story that goes way back. As The Salt’s Maria Godoy has written {Tea Tuesdays: How Tea + Sugar Reshaped The British Empire}, they are a “power couple that altered the course of history. It was a marriage shaped by fashion, health fads and global economics,” and, of course, the slave […]

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in season :: apples

There is, perhaps, no ingredient more representative of autumn than a crisp, sweet-tart apple. The fruit’s widespread popularity is reflected in the incredible number of varieties available: In North America alone, there are 2,500 types of apples, and over 7,500 kinds grown around the world. Not all apples serve the same purpose; particular types work […]

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in season :: chicory

Endive, frisée, radicchio, escarole… there are many varieties of chicory, which are leafy greens that look similar to lettuce, but have a much more bitter flavor. Unlike lettuce, which reaches its prime in summer, chicory really gets cranking in the fall. The heads of chicory mature best in cool conditions. Not sure if you’re buying […]

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chicken caesar piadine

Piadine, an Italian flatbread popular in Emilia-Romagna, Italy, are often served with meats and cheeses, but they also make the perfect base for a chicken Caesar salad. Simply pile the salad high on the flatbread, fold it like a taco and enjoy. Mix things up by substituting grilled shrimp or flank steak for the chicken. […]

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skip the butter, mashed potatoes with avocado

SAVEUR test kitchen director Farideh Sadeghin makes the case for this simple weeknight meal. The test kitchen makes lunch pretty often for the editors here. We’ll have leftovers from tastings and SAVEUR Suppers, and sometimes we just have ingredients lying around that we don’t want to go to waste. So oftentimes, we end up throwing […]

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old school cool :: copper moscow mule mugs

Looking for the ideal gift for your friends … or better yet, yourself? Faithful reproductions of the original 1946 Moscow Mule mug, with tall looping handles, the four mugs in this set are the definition of old school cool. They’re perfect for the nostalgic, for the master mixologists in your life, or for people who […]

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mushroom + tofu spring rolls

Recipe from Near and Far: Recipes Inspired by Home and Travel by Heidi Swanson with a few extra wrap additions by Sprouted Kitchen This is a recipe composed of a couple recipes in Heidi’s book. The tofu and mushrooms could really go anywhere – on rice noodles, over rice, with a heap of greens. I made […]

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chocolate dipped frozen bananas

If you haven’t already tuned into Joy the Baker’s blog … then now is the time. Seriously great recipes for everything and anything SWEET. Try for starters Joy’s rendition of Chocolate Dipped Frozen Bananas. You will love her Blog as well as her premium style and photos.

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5 homemade meals for college students

Cooking for yourself can be daunting at first, especially with limits on budget, equipment, and time. No need to worry, though — we’ve got a selection of easy recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner that will fuel you for hours of studying (and partying!). Written by Izy Hossack. Check out all five delicious and creative recipes […]

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