Caramelized Autumn Fruits
This is a great way to turn autumn fruits into a delicious dessert...
Spiced Plum Compote
During their late summer to early autumn season, cook with plums often to make simple desserts like this one...
Warm Fruit Compote
A good winter dessert when fresh fruit supplies are limited...
Creamed Spinach with Pine Nuts
Pine nuts contrast well with the smooth texture of creamed spinach...
Cranberry and Sage Sauce
This is a quick-and-easy sauce that really perks up a roast chicken meal. You can make it while the chicken is resting before it is carved.
Spiced Baked Apple with Walnuts
Stuffed apples are a fall and winter favorite and easy to prepare...
Brussels Sprouts with Orange
Fresh orange zest, along with orange and lime juices add a burst of sunshine to this winter vegetable...
Pecan and Maple Tart
This sweet, crunchy pie is a true all-American dessert. This version uses maple syrup...
Sour Cream, Apple, and Almond Tartlets
Almonds and apples are the perfect combination for this sweet pastry dessert...
French Apple Tart
This French classic is an upside-down apple tart...
Roast Squash with Ginger
Spicy vegetables make a punchy side dish...
This British hot fruit dessert was created for Queen Charlotte...
Cheese and Corn Pudding
This savory baked dish is a wonderful way of celebrating fresh corn when it is in season...
With its creamy lemon filling, this tart is perfect with seasonal fruit...
Pear, Mascarpone, and Hazelnut Tart
This fruity, rich tart with its deliciously nutty topping is a sensation for dinner parties...
Pear and Star Anise Tart with Ginger Crust
Firm-ripe Bosc pears are best; they won't thin the creamy filling...
Apple Brown Betty
This fruit dessert with a crumb topping dates back to Colonial times...
Sweet Potato Purée with Horseradish
Baking sweet potatoes makes them intensely sweet and full of flavor...
Poached Apples with Ginger
This delightfully simple dessert can be served hot or cold...
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