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Grilled Swiss-Chard Stems With Roasted Garlic Oil

NYT Cooking: Don’t throw away all those Swiss-chard stems. Not everyone is a fan of including them with sautéed greens, but here’s a plan for the rest of us who love their texture and flavor. Prepare to blanch, blister and then dress these stems in an intense garlic oil. With a little lemon and salt to perk the taste buds, you’ve got a new favorite side dish.

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Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal

Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal - Yes, pumpkin pie for breakfast is completely acceptable! And it's not only super healthy but this comes together in just 10 min! EASY!

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Dark Chocolate Orange Slice & Bake Cookies

Dark chocolate and sweet orange slice and bake cookies! Make ahead of time and just pop into the oven when the craving hits! Recipe on sallysbakingaddiction.com

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Donabe Italian Wedding Soup

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Spiced Vanilla Pudding

These little vanilla puddings, thickened with tapioca pearls, are subtly flavored with holiday spices and just the right amount of sweet. Coco recommends using homemade almond milk, but a good store-bought version will work very …

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Red Velvet Skillet Cookie

These cookie recipes represent the best of the best, including chewy chocolate chip cookies, perfect peanut butter cookies, and next-level snickerdoodles.

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Pasta With Parsnips and Bacon

NYT Cooking: They may seem like an unlikely duo, but pasta and parsnips work really well together, with the parsnips becoming almost like a sweet and soft extension of the pasta. And they’re another vehicle for the creamy, bacon-rich sauce. You can roast the parsnips several hours ahead (they’ll be fine at room temperature). But the rest of the dish is best made just before serving...

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Roasted Cauliflower Salad With Watercress, Walnuts and Gruyère

NYT Cooking: You can make this kind of salad with almost any vegetable that won’t wilt or burn when subjected to a copious slick of oil and a blast of high heat. Broccoli, brussels sprouts, beets, parsnips, sweet potatoes, winter squash and rutabagas all work well. One of the best vegetables for this salad, though, is cauliflower. The florets turn juicy and tender in the center w...

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Garlic Parmesan Chicken with Brussels Sprouts

Every week, we're delivering five easy-to-make, insanely delicious dinners, so you can put that takeout habit on hold.

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Sheet Pan Chicken Dinner with Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Potatoes

Sheet Pan Chicken Dinner with Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Potatoes. An easy and delicious Fall dinner made on one sheet pan in just under an hour! via @EverydayMaven

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