25 Harvest-Inspired Recipes Showcasing Fall Vegetables
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Frenchified Latkes With Chive Sour Cream
“You don’t have to be Jewish to love these crispy potato pancakes!,” says Queer Eye‘s culinary expert, Antoni Porowski. “I French mine up by adding nutty Comté or Gruyère and serving them with spoonfuls of Chive Sour Cream.”…
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Gingerbread With Rosewater Cream Cheese Glaze
This is an adult gingerbread! Cocoa powder and spices make for a dark and flavorful dough that isn’t overly sweet. The cream cheese glaze is a perfect counterpoint, but it will soften the cookies slightly. Glaze the cookies the day before you plan to serve them.
These pretty mini cakes are a perfect way to wow your guests. Use flavorful wildflower honey, if possible, and dust with icing sugar right before serving, if desired. It’s best to have two pans so you don’t need to clean and re-grease pans while making a single batch.
Earl Grey Shorties
These delicate and delicious shortbread sandwich cookies are lightly flavored with Earl Grey tea leaves. Use a highly flavored tea for the best results. If you have a silicone baking mat with a textured surface, roll your dough out on the mat to “stamp” a simple design on top of…
Toffee Pecan Dark Chocolate Shortbread
This shortbread is very buttery and is baked in a mould. Roselle uses round silicone moulds that are about 6.5 cm wide and 1.5 cm deep. If you have a similar mould, you can make individual round shortbreads using lightly flattened 2.5 cm balls of dough (bake for 12 to…
This is a delicious and satisfying cookie that’s very simple to make! If you want to keep the sugar content down, don’t roll the cookies in icing sugar. Decorate instead by pressing a whole almond into the center of each cookie before baking.
These crisp and lightly spiced cookies are studded with sliced almonds. Cut them into rectangles or into whatever shape you desire. It’s essential to make sure your dough is the same thickness throughout, or your cookies will bake at different rates. Let this cookie get deeply golden for the best…
Speculaas are crisp Dutch spice cookies often embossed with a windmill design. Blackbird Baking Co. makes its version as small rounds and etches them with a windmill-like pattern, but you can use the tines of a fork to make a simpler design. If you can’t find small…
Ask A Chef: Stoemp
Chef Travis Phillips of St. Veronus Cafe and Tap Room shares his recipe for Stoemp. Q: My husband and I lived near Peterborough, Ontario, and ate at St. Veronus Cafe and Tap Room. I loved a side dish they served called stoemp. We’ve tried to make it but…
Vegan Cream Soup With Pear, Spinach & Sage
Try this Vegan Cream Soup With Pear, Spinach & Sage recipe from the cookbook Vert Couleur Persil. Since she started her food blog Vert Couleur Persil in 2014, chef Geneviève Plante has always had a passion for beautiful cuisine. Her third book is filled with simple…
3 Comforting Israeli Recipes From The New Cookbook, Sababa
Tel Aviv-based American author Adeena Sussman teaches readers how to create flavor-packed recipes with Israeli ingredients such as tahini, sumac, harissa and za’atar. Sababa translates to “everything is awesome,” so whether you try the comforting Marak Katom soup filled with seasonal root vegetables or the Smoky Eggplant P’titim,…
Try this Pomegroni Cocktail recipe from the cookbook Sababa: Fresh, Sunny Flavors From My Israeli Kitchen. As I juiced my millionth pomegranate of the winter using the hand-cranked press that sits on our counter, it occurred to me: Who needs Campari when you’ve got fresh pomegranate juice?…
Cinnamony Smoky Eggplant P’titim
Try this Cinnamony Smoky Eggplant P’titim recipe from the cookbook Sababa: Fresh, Sunny Flavors From My Israeli Kitchen. Word to the wise: If you’re in Israel shopping for pantry staples, don’t ask for “Israeli couscous”: shopkeepers will look at you quizzically and give you regular semolina couscous. To…