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    Sweet Potato Puree with Crunchy Bacon Topping

    Jill Van Cleave / Contributor

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  • 05.

    Caramel Pumpkin Pie with Crème Fraîche

    Lisa Saltzman / Contributor

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  • 06.

    Chicken Tortellini Soup with Parmesan

    Melanie Barnard / Contributor

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  • 01.

    Trick or Treat Salted Nut Bars

    Pegi Lee / Contributor

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  • 02.

    Cumin Pork in Mojo Sauce

    Melanie Barnard / Contributor

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  • 03.

    Fresh Tacos, Faster!

    Kelli Billstein / Senior Editor

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  • 04.

    Sweet Potato Puree with Crunchy Bacon Topping

    Jill Van Cleave / Contributor

    Full Story
  • 05.

    Caramel Pumpkin Pie with Crème Fraîche

    Lisa Saltzman / Contributor

    Full Story
  • 06.

    Chicken Tortellini Soup with Parmesan

    Melanie Barnard / Contributor

    Full Story
  • 01.

    Trick or Treat Salted Nut Bars

    Pegi Lee / Contributor

    Full Story
  • 02.

    Cumin Pork in Mojo Sauce

    Melanie Barnard / Contributor

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Fresh Tacos, Faster!

    Kelli Billstein / Senior Editor

    Full Story
Peppercorn-Dusted Pot Roast

Peppercorn-Dusted Pot Roast

Pot roast success begins with thorough browning. This version, spiked with peppercorns, slowly braises into a one-pot meal.

Crispy Potato Wings

Crispy Potato Wings

Crushed potato chips add salt and crunch to these hard-to-resist wings that provide fried chicken taste without the fuss. Make sure to cook them on a rack to retain their crispness. Experiment with your favorite flavored chips for different tastes.

Cappuccino Snickerdoodles

Cappuccino Snickerdoodles

The traditional cinnamon-coated snickerdoodle gets a snappy update with a dose of coffee added to the dough. Bake these cookies just until the edges are golden brown, so the center is soft and slightly chewy.

Have a Scary Night in the Kitchen...

Have a Scary Night in the Kitchen...

Fill your house with hauntingly delicious dessert this Halloween. From cupcakes with vampire fangs to flaky-and-cheesy "toes" with stinky dip, you'll have some scary-good stuff to eat on All Hallows' Eve.

Spicy Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Spicy Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

After you scoop the guts out of your soon-to-be Jack-O-Lantern, clean up the seeds and turn them into a crunchy, spicy snack. Here’s a variation that’s subtly sweet with a spicy kick. Enjoy them on their own or sprinkled over a hearty soup.

Close Your Eyes, Vegetarians

Close Your Eyes, Vegetarians

Your butcher called. He wants you to satisfy your primal hankering for meat. No cute chicken wings or delicate fish fillets here. We're talkin' thick and juicy porterhouse steak, tender pork chops topped with crispy bacon and slow-cooked beer-braised beef brisket. Sharpen your steak knife, meat lovers. Dinner is served.

Browned Pork Chops with Bacon and Bourbon

Browned Pork Chops with Bacon and Bourbon

A glossy glaze coats these sweet and smoky pork chops, which start in a skillet to get a nicely browned exterior and move to the oven to finish cooking.

Sweet and Crunchy Ghosts

Sweet and Crunchy Ghosts

Beneath their marshmallow coverings, these ghosts have a crunchy, salty surprise: pretzels! If the marshmallow starts to stick as you roll it out, just add more powdered sugar to the work surface.

Mustard-Spiked Roast with Onion and Mushrooms

Mustard-Spiked Roast with Onion and Mushrooms

This roast will remind you of beef stroganoff, but better! The mustard-and-spice coating on the beef gives it an outstanding flavor. The sauce, with meaty mushrooms, chunky onions and a touch of sour cream, adds the perfect rich finish.

Vampire Cupcakes

Vampire Cupcakes

You’ll have no problem enlisting volunteers to devour these red velvet cupcakes quickly before the vampire-faced treats come to life at nightfall!

Hearty Turkey Ragu

Hearty Turkey Ragu

Flavorful and economical, turkey thighs slow cooked with vegetables and tomato sauce create a delicious ragu to serve with chunky pasta shapes like rigatoni or penne. This recipe makes plenty of sauce, so freeze batches in small containers for quick and easy weeknight suppers.

Slow Cooker Apricot-Almond Oatmeal

Slow Cooker Apricot-Almond Oatmeal

Steel-cut oats are the best choice for this recipe. They’re coarsely cut, not rolled, so they can withstand the longer cooking time without becoming mushy. Use a small slow cooker; a large one won’t produce the same consistency. Serve the oatmeal with low-fat milk or low-fat plain yogurt, if desired.

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