As soon as fall arrives most park the grill far, far into the corner of their garage. Suddenly, marinated grilled food that refreshes is replaced with savory, warm dishes that comfort.
Here are a few tips to take into account when planning a menu during the fall - for both any night of the week and special celebrations!
Savory One Pot Meals
Put the grill away and break out your crock pot! There are so many ways to make a meal with this kitchen device and all of them require so very little work.
One Pot Chili - Celebrations Expert Mark Addison shares his easy recipe. It's savory with a hint of spice and absolutely delish.
Enchilada Vegetable Stew - Talk about the perfect game day meal. Enjoy this delicious one pot wonder with fellow fans after a game of football.
One of the most seasonable foods you'll find for cheap is corn. This harvest vegetable is a great addition to any meal and also works well incorporated into other recipes.
Black Bean Corn Salsa - A healthy dip you won't feel bad diving into!
Corn Cakes with Red Pepper an Goat Cheese Topping - Enough said. They're good!
Grand Marnier Glazed Corn on the Cob - Make it on the stove top and add a smokey flavor you'll love to any meal.
Apples, Apples and More Apples
Corn might be the seasonal veggie, but the Apple is king of Autumn fruits. We love this ingredient cooked and baked during the fall months. Paired with savory herbs and seasonings it can go a long way for any course of the meal.
Hot Mountain Apple Cider - Apples aren't just for eating! Sip and savor this fall fruit with a delicious recipe that will comfort you as nights grow cool.
Apple Pie - You know this had to make the list! Give this tasty filling a try and fill a pre-made pie crust for an instantly delicious dessert. Or, spoon into phylo dough strips for a tasty turnover!