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It’s pumpkin time! Pumpkins are a traditional part of fall, including being the tasty filling for Thanksgiving pie. Before you throw away the pumpkin seeds, Dr. Martha Howard of Wellness of Chicago offers these amazing health benefits. (And, if you don’t want to go through the hassle of drying and roasting them, you can always just buy pumpkin seeds.)
If you don’t own a candy thermometer, this cake offers a good excuse to buy one. It sounds a little nitpicky, but the caramel should reach exactly 238 degrees. (Any less and the cake layers won’t hold together properly; any more and the caramel will turn hard.) Precision will also pay off with the chocolate frosting: It achieves its ideal spreading texture after standing for 30 minutes.
ChocolatRouge Wines blend chocolate and red wine in one bottle, and who doesn’t need a chocolate treat in the evenings? You can serve it on its own, in a cocktail or bring it as a hostess gift.
This warmly spiced dish is quick and satisfying. Who knew vibrant flavor could be such a cinch? Try adding cubed extra-firm tofu or chicken breast along with the vegetables if you like.
Combining juicy pork tenderloin with fresh pear slices and red onion, this simple dish is perfect for an autumn evening. Honey and balsamic vinegar combine to form a beautiful, rich glaze, and sprigs of fresh thyme add a woodsy note.
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Finally, a little bit of time to talk about an awesome experience, making really cool friends and eating more food than I’ve had all year.
Adding just a small quantity of maple syrup to the brine gives the meat a hint of sweetness, which shines through when the pork is paired with the sweet-and-savory pear chutney.
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