Turmeric, cumin seeds and curry leaves add loads of flavor to this fragrant, spiced lentil soup.
This is a fantastic meal to last you throughout the week, ensuring you eat healthy, balanced and home-cooked food.
This salad is earthy, bright, a little spicy and totally delicious, all thanks to the unique harissa-citrus dressing blend.
A lively blend of citrus, cilantro and mint, along with freshly toasted and ground cumin and coriander, gives this hearty legume soup its enticing North African...
Lidia Bastianich gives salad a unique twist with roasted and raw winter vegetables.
Sausage, cranberries, apples, maple syrup and bourbon add a tasty combination of savory and sweet to tender pork loin.
Fresh apples are the star of this dessert, but the flaky crust and sweet maple whipped cream add incredible flavor and texture too.
These stuffed spuds will be a hit at any party.
Fresh cranberries give homemade applesauce a pretty red color and tart tang that makes it even more delicious.
Forget the jarred stuff! Make you own sweet applesauce at home with just 4 easy ingredients.
This ham is a hit at every single dinner party. And it couldn't be easier to make.
This rustic date and apple tart is the perfect dessert for any fall or winter celebration.
Brussels sprouts are incredibly delicious when sauteed with onions and bacon in this easy one-pan recipe from the queen's former chef Darren McGrady.
Chef Darren McGrady shares his recipe for a classic and easy beef bourguignon that's perfect for any celebration.
Transform sweet potatoes by slicing, roasting, and glazing them with spicy chipotle and maple butter.
Serve slow-cooked pork with creamy grits for a hearty meal that will warm you from the inside out this fall.
Give one-pot chicken stew a flavor makeover with zesty lemon, fruity olives, sweet apricots and tangy tomatillos.
These French toast sticks make breakfast fun, and crafty.
Impress without the stress with this flavorful roast recipe that will have guests coming back for seconds and even next-day leftovers!
Make a cheesy grilled sandwich using leftover Thanksgiving turkey, cranberry sauce and more.
There's no such thing as too much turkey! These mini sandwiches are deliciously hearty and absolutely adorable.
Combine your favorite sweet Thanksgiving treats into one lusciously layered dessert trifle.
These savory waffles are the perfect way to use leftover stuffing for a delicious day-after Thanksgiving brunch meal.
Using dried fruit imparts another wonderful layer of flavor to traditional stuffing.
Make autumn entertaining easy with sweet, cinnamon pumpkin cake rolls.
Skip the effort of making a pie crust and top apples with a sweet oatmeal crumble for an easy, delicious dessert.
Put a casual spin on the traditional Thanksgiving meal with a stuffing topped turkey burger with cranberry relish and a tater tot waffle bun.
These cupcakes will the hit of any dessert table.
You'll be the hit of any party with this offering.
For the birds? Not this dessert!
A gingerbread crust and and toasted marshmallow topping make this sweet potato pie extra special.
Rich, meaty bolognese sauce takes a little time and some patience, but the delicious result is well worth the wait.
Crispy cauliflower coated in nutty browned butter and toasted breadcrumbs are great for snacking or a healthy side dish.
Pack all the flavors of pumpkin pie into one delicious drink with these party-perfect shots.
Hearty, warming beef bourguignon is easier than you think, and the perfect dinner for chilly nights.
Set a spooky scene at your Halloween party with a pumpkin keg filled with a devilishly delicious witch's brew.
Mix up a batch of apple cider shandies to serve to thirsty football fans or for any casual party.
Embrace the cooler weather with sweet slow-cooker apple and pear butter filled with warming fall spices.
Valerie Bertinelli shares a warm, cozy cocktail from her cookbook, "Valerie's Home Cooking."
Slow-braised short ribs with fluffy quinoa and savory red cabbage slaw with keep you warm on even the chilliest fall nights.
In this recipe, Curtis Stone dresses up standard pan-roasted Brussels sprouts with two intriguing ingredients: chorizo and caraway seeds.
Cook up some serious restaurant-style fare in just 30 minutes with chef Curtis Stone's recipe for steak with peppercorns and red wine sauce.