Warm, colorful and slightly sweet, our recipe for roasted squash hits all the right notes for fall. Because this recipe doesn't require peeling the squash, choose thin-skinned, small winter varieties, such as Acorn, Butternut, Carnival, Delicata, Sweet Dumpling and Uchiki Kuri.
Perfect for the holidays, puff pastry can be filled with many variations of sweet or savory ingredients. Our recipe features cranberry and Brie with toasted pecans and a touch of apricot jam to add a bit of sweetness.
A delicious side dish for a Thanksgiving feast, this recipe features Oregon-grown wild rice, mushrooms, hazelnuts and cranberries. Perfect for gluten-free and vegetarian diets, you can make it vegan by simply omitting the cheese and using more olive oil in place of the butter.
Perfect for a light dinner when served with a green salad and white wine, this colorful squash and cheese tart features a flakey crust topped with fantastic fall vegetables and a drizzle of sweet-tangy white balsamic dressing.
Featuring a delicious blend of spices, the surprise star of this recipe is the sauce. Cinnamon, cumin, chili, mint, shallots and a pinch of tart sumac marry beautifully with tomatoes and roasted veggies atop flakey phyllo, all sprinkled generously with za'atar for an authentic Turkish finish.
Try this easy-to-make, Greek-inspired alternative to veggie pot pie, using phyllo dough to sandwich fresh summer vegetables and herbs, roasted garlic and tomatoes and tangy bits of feta. Perfect as a side, a potluck dish or as a vegetarian entrée.
A delicious feast for the eyes and body, this recipe combines two favorite summer salads: toasty panzanella with warm bread and greens, and fresh heirloom tomato and mozzarella caprese. The result is an incredible warm-weather meal, made in minutes.