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The best thing about September? You can eat summer foods and fall foods at the same time!
Making salad on a sheet tray may sound confusing, but this recipe proves that it's not only possible, but delicious. Get the recipe.
One pan, chicken, apples, and some seasoning is all you need to make a flavorful dinner your whole family will love. Get the recipe.
A four-ingredient peanut dressing coats the noodles in a blanket of sweet and savory goodness. Get the recipe.
Can you think of anything more festive than starting your morning with apple cinnamon pancakes? Get the recipe.
When the cold September air starts to creep in, turn to these green beans made with warming Szechuan peppercorns to combat the cold. Get the recipe.
Make use of those peak-season peppers by pairing them with tender steak and onions for the ultimate weeknight dinner. Get the recipe.
Poached pears are the ultimate lazy person's dessert. Although they may look fancy, all you gotta do is peel and poach 'em in a flavorful liquid. Get the recipe.
A simple salad that's perfect for bringing to work or simply enjoying on the couch — who's judging? Get the recipe.
Roasting the grapes concentrates their sweetness and makes their flavor pop. Get the recipe.
An easy beet pesto stains the spaghetti a vibrant pink color and and gives this pasta a subtle earthy flavor . Get the recipe.
Veggies, rice, and ground turkey all stuffed into tender bell peppers. Get the recipe.
This recipe tops pumpkin polenta with flavorful roasted beets, but it would be just as delicious with shrimp, some shredded cheese, or even brussels sprouts. Get the recipe.
September means it's officially acceptable to start sneaking pumpkin into everything, and this flavorful soup is the perfect place to start. Get the recipe.
Just throw everything on one pan, roast it, and serve it with your favorite toppings and tortillas. Get the recipe.
All you need to make this addictive apple crisp are two ingredients, a good knife or mandoline (to slice the apples nice and thin), and a bit of patience. Get the recipe.
The perfect excuse to eat as many cucumbers and tomatoes as you can before the summer ends. Get the recipe.
A four-ingredient crust makes these bars super easy to throw together (and totally addicting). Get the recipe.
Tomatoes are soooo last season, so swap those babies out for some sweet fresh figs. Get the recipe.
One way to take advantage of stone fruit season is to throw them into a festive fall/summer sangria — because sangria is never a bad idea. Get the recipe.
The perfect recipe to make when you're desperate for it to be soup season but are still suffering in 100°F weather. Get the recipe.
Using pumpkin in savory applications is a total pro move. It's creamy, rich, and makes any meal autumnal AF. Get the recipe.
One skillet is all you need to make these flavorful chicken thighs with sweet caramelized onions and grapes. Get the recipe.
Roasted beets give this creamy hummus a vibrant red color and subtle earthy flavor. Get the recipe.
Put the last-of-the-season corn to good use by charring it on the grill and tossing it in this simple salad garnished with salty feta cheese. Get the recipe.
The trick to making these scones nice and flaky? Draining the zucchini so all the excess water doesn't make the dough soggy. Get the recipe.
Proof that arugula is so much more than a salad green. Get the recipe.
Fennel has a bright licorice flavor that certainly isn't for everyone, but the people who like it, love it. Get the recipe.
If you're lucky enough to find fresh okra at your market, this recipe is a great go-to. Get the recipe.
The perfect recipe for people who love pizza but can't have gluten. Get the recipe.
Crème brûlée is pretty much the most decadent dessert I can think of — and pumpkin crème brûlée?! Now that's next level. Get the recipe.
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