Make Pumpkin-Spiced Rice Pudding

Pumpkin-Spiced Rice Pudding recipe

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There’s a brigade that is very against anything pumpkin-spiced. And you know what, I sort of get it. The pumpkin-spiced latte that is sold at the very popular chain coffee shop is not for me. It tastes like autumnal chemicals and I give it a big “no, thank you.” But I’m here with a recipe that celebrates real pumpkin, no fake syrups, and ground spices that are quintessential to the season we all love so much.

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Bake an Easy Batch of Bagel Chips

Bagel Chips recipe

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While I usually manage to get through bagels I buy individually, buying a whole bag inevitably leaves me with bagels that could be used for a sport in the Winter Olympics (assuming they don’t turn into a fuzzy green science experiment before that).

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Make Seasonal Acorn Squash Salad

Acorn Squash Salad recipe

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I’m always searching for a fall salad to take to gatherings, parties or simply to eat with a seared piece of fish on a random weeknight. This one is currently in heavy rotation. It’s filling and slightly warm and spiced with flavors of the season.

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Create an Easy Cream of Mushroom Soup

Cream of Mushroom Soup recipe

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Fall is finally here and with the weather cooling down, I had a craving for something warm, rich and soul-satisfying. Making a soup can involve a lot of time, particularly one where you need to make a stock or a roux. This is the case with cream of mushroom soup, which usually needs both a vegetable stock and a roux to thicken it.

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Make Ricotta Stuffed Shells with Pumpkin Alfredo

Pumpkin Alfredo Shells recipe

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When the weather changes, all I want to do is hide under a blanket, turn on the tv, get out my fluffy slippers and eat all the carbs in the entire world!

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Mix Together a Colorful Mango Salsa

Mango Salsa recipe

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Mango salsa is one of those versatile condiments that brings almost any dish to life. Using it as a topping for tacos or quesadillas is a no brainer, but it’s also great served alongside a curry or in a meatloaf sandwich. Even something as simple as a pan-fried piece of chicken or fish can turn into a memorable party-worthy dish, garnished with some mango salsa.

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Make Grape and Sopressata Pasta for Dinner

Grape and Sopressata Pasta recipe

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I’m sure you got the message that fall has arrived. It is in full effect. Well, in stores and online but certainly not weather-wise in Los Angeles. The city thinks it’s still summer and is trying its hardest to push it in my face. I keep resisting by baking the hot days away, making it even hotter, which has resulted in near overheating—it’s been fun!

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Prepare a Hoisin Salmon Salad

Hoisin Salmon Salad recipe

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This vibrant salad literally comes together in minutes, but it has enough substance for a weekend brunch, or a light weeknight dinner. With a vibrant palette of green, purple and coral, this salad entices with looks, yet satisfies on taste.

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