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Plain and simple pumpkin bread; no nuts, no seeds, no glaze. Just pumpkin and lots of spices.
There are so many good things to make with pumpkin this time of year. What’s more fun than pumpkin doughnuts? These are rolled in a maple sugar mixture!
It’s winter, snow is here, so make a pot roast!
This month’s flashback to Sphere Magazine, November 1972, brings everything Thanksgiving and comfort food.
Popovers make a fun substitution for rolls at a holiday dinner. Why not try some this season?
In earlier days of Trick-or-Treating it was possible to get enough apples to make a dessert! Now just buy apples to make this luscious coffee cake.
The simplest of ingredients can make a warm and hearty soup. This cabbage-potato soup makes a comforting fall meal.