Homemade Sparkling Cider, Potato Goat Cheese Gratin, Pumpkin Pancakes, Spiced Pecans, Breakfast Casserole & Dirt Cake — New Recipes from The Kitchn

Have you ever made sparkling cider? No? Let us show you how! This is a fizzy and refreshing fall drink for everyone — and it's truly easy. In addition to this bubbly treat, we had some fall-inspired recipes for you this week. There were pumpkin-chocolate pancakes and a sweetly spooky dirt cake with homemade peanut butter and chocolate puddings. And you definitely shouldn't miss those two-bite Nutella cookies!

On the savory side, there's a very simple yet totally delicious potato, squash, and goat cheese gratin, vegetarian enchiladas, and a stew with beans and chicken sausage. There are spiced pecans here too, and a breakfast strata with pancetta and Gruyere. Last but not least, get ready for election night with the El Presidente cocktail!

How to Make Sparkling Cider at Home
Potato, Squash, & Goat Cheese Gratin
Enchiladas de Pipián Rojo
White Bean & Chicken Sausage Stew
"Ham and Cheese" Breakfast Casserole
Pumpkin-Chocolate Chunk Pancakes
Savory Spiced Pecans
Two-Bite Nutella Chocolate Cookies
Peanut Butter & Chocolate Graveyard Dirt Cake
El Presidente Cocktail More


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Plum Cakes, Tarts, and Pies: 10 Late Fall Dessert Recipes

Plums seem to be the one reminder of late summer in the grocery store these days. That and tomatoes, I suppose. And even more: the plums this year have been incredible. While they're great as a snack, folding them into simple fall desserts and is an obvious choice. They add a soft sweetness to everything from cakes to tarts to pies, and variations and inspiration abounds! More


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Plum Cakes, Tarts, and Pies: 10 Late Fall Dessert Recipes

Plums seem to be the one reminder of late summer in the grocery store these days. That and tomatoes, I suppose. And even more: the plums this year have been incredible. While they're great as a snack, folding them into simple fall desserts and is an obvious choice. They add a soft sweetness to everything from cakes to tarts to pies, and variations and inspiration abounds! More


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It’s Bourbon Season: 10 Bourbon-Infused Food & Drink Recipes To Warm You Up — Recipe Roundup

Last night, in a nod to the brisk, chilly air that swept in with November's arrival, I huddled over a candlelit table at my neighborhood bar and drank a spiced ginger and apple cider hot toddy, spiked with bourbon. As I sipped slowly, allowing the spicy, smooth drink to trickle its way down my throat and warm me from the inside out, I leaned back and sighed: it's bourbon season. In the spirit of that spirit, here are a few bourbon-inspired recipes (both food and drink) that'll warm you up this Fall. More


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It’s Bourbon Season: 10 Bourbon-Infused Food & Drink Recipes To Warm You Up — Recipe Roundup

Last night, in a nod to the brisk, chilly air that swept in with November's arrival, I huddled over a candlelit table at my neighborhood bar and drank a spiced ginger and apple cider hot toddy, spiked with bourbon. As I sipped slowly, allowing the spicy, smooth drink to trickle its way down my throat and warm me from the inside out, I leaned back and sighed: it's bourbon season. In the spirit of that spirit, here are a few bourbon-inspired recipes (both food and drink) that'll warm you up this Fall. More


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What’s the Best Substitute for Milk In Kosher Meatballs? — Good Questions

2012_11_02-ChickenMeatballs.jpgQ: Smitten Kitchen's chicken meatballs are one of my go-to party foods. For an upcoming election results party, I need to find a way to make them kosher — any idea what I could use in a panade that's not milk? (I already omit the pancetta.)

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