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  • Pumpkin Cranberry Cupcakes with Maple Brown Sugar Frosting

    The combination of an aromatic spiced pumpkin cupcake and sweet maple frosting will make you wish every day was Thanksgiving. Go ahead and make them in spring, summer and winter—there’s no rule that says you can’t!

  • From-Scratch Sweet & Tangy Barbecue Sauce

    The sauce takes quite a bit of time to cook and reduce, but this is something you want to do slowly. Don't rush it ... good things take time. The resulting sauce is rich, deep and luxurious, with sweet, tart, and savory all wrapped up into one bite.

  • Hearty Ancho, Turkey and Pumpkin Chili

    Pumpkin is the secret ingredient that gives this smoky chili savory-sweet, creamy richness.

  • Brooklyn Jerk Pulled Pork Sliders

    Jamaican jerk sauce traditionally includes allspice and Scotch bonnet peppers. Its mix of piquant flavors has deep roots in West Africa. Wherever the Caribbean diaspora spread across the globe, Jerk cooking and seasoning followed along. This recipe was inspired by the flavors and rhythms of Brooklyn’s vivacious Caribbean communities.

  • Spice Roasted Butternut Squash

    Once the squash is peeled and cut up, this dish takes only minutes to assemble. If you are tight on time, buy the squash ready to cook – it is available peeled and cut up in many grocery store produce sections.

  • Pecan-Streusel Topped Pumpkin Pie

    Traditional pumpkin pie gets an added boost from this delightfully nutty, spicy topping, for a bit of crunch and extra flavor.

  • Easy All-American Barbecue Chicken

    With its largely do-ahead capabilities, this mouthwatering classic recipe may well become a standard at your house for summer holidays - or any old day. The sauce may be made 3-4 days in advance and kept refrigerated. The rub may be doubled (or made in any multiple quantity) and stored in a sealed bag or bottle in the pantry. The chicken may be grilled as below or roasted in a 425 degree oven on flat sheet pans for 30-35 minutes, until the breasts reach 160 and the thighs are 175 degrees.

  • Cherry Almond Granola

    This wholesome and homemade granola tastes like a treat, but is packed with healthful nutrients and unprocessed ingredients. Its only flaw? It seems to disappear as fast as you can make it.

  • Banana Bran Nut Muffins

    These nutritious muffins are a wonderfully satisfying healthful way to start the day. But don’t just relegate them to breakfast—they’re also a perfect afternoon snack.