Thanksgiving is coming, Thanksgiving is coming! One week! Holidays that revolve around food and family are my favorite. Especially because my family knows how to cook and eat well. There is a lot to be thankful for at the dinner table, but my two favorite Thanksgiving dishes are stuffing and cranberry sauce. That inspired me to mix those two into this recipe. Delicious, fragrant stuffing with tart bites of cranberries. If that’s something you also love, you have to try this classic cranberry stuffing.
I am convinced that there is an infinite amount of ways to cook pork chops. One of those ways is stuffing them! It’s not only turkeys that can be stuffed! These Cranberry Apple Stuffed Pork Chops are an amazing fall dinner. And the best part? You only need four ingredients!
Tis the season for pumpkins and fall and Thanksgiving and autumn leaves, and…rain… But honestly, a quick teriyaki dinner is perfect year round. This Fresh Pineapple Teriyaki Chicken will bring a little sunshine and warmth to your autumn days.
I absolutely love chili. In the cold, darker months, I love how hearty, spicy, sweet and yummy chili is. I also really love squash. Winter squash is amazingly multi-purpose and you can toss it an endless amount of things. It brings with it a unique sweetness, and some hearty vegetable. This Crockpot Butternut Squash Turkey Chili is a lazy way to enjoy the rain and cool air while staying cozy at home.
Fall dishes are usually filled with pumpkin spice, apple and cinnamon, stews and soups galore. But there are other flavor convos that make me feel warm and fuzzy inside too. These ginger apple pear tarts are a relatively light little treat, and bring on that feeling of the dog days of fall.