The Complete Autumn and Winter Cookbook

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Keep the cold-weather woes away with these bountiful recipes

The colder months of autumn and winter are a time of cozying up and gathering with those closest to us. And what better way to spend those chillier nights than cooking new recipes or using new ingredients? A home-cooked meal on a chilly night is particularly special because it can be so easy to fall into a cycle of unimaginative pastas and potatoes, or even more tempting . . . delivery. Whether you live alone or are part of a large family, making nutritious and filling meals at home brings a sense of comfort and tradition.

Some of the recipes you'll find inside:


Pork Pernil

A Puerto Rican classic, this dish of boldly seasoned, long-cooked pork with impressively crispy skin is often eaten on Christmas Eve. Featuring a bone-in pork shoulder rubbed with an herb-spiced paste called a sofrito, this aromatic dish is first cooked with the pork skin side down in a roasting pan—it’s sure to have even your neighbors’ mouths watering. When the pork is nearly done, it’s time to give this dish its signature crispy skin by flipping the roast skin side up and cooking it at 500 degrees. Pork pernil is sure to make any evening feel like a celebration.

Autumn in New England Cocktail

Some cocktails showcase interesting and unexpected flavor combinations, and others feature ingredients that, when combined, taste like they were always meant to be together. Apple and sage are one such pairing. The piney, slightly astringent notes of sage are mellowed and made whole by the bright sweetness of apples. Just a couple muddled sage leaves in maple syrup help infuse the cocktail with an herbal flavor that complements the juicy base of apple cider. To tie it all together, we found that a smoky, caramelly bourbon makes this well-rounded cocktail—which is reminiscent of an autumn breeze—the ideal fall beverage.

Bourbon Bread Pudding

There might be nothing better than warm bread pudding on a cold, brisk day. The added bourbon takes the dessert a step beyond your traditional recipe, but even better, this slow-cooker dish is as foolproof and hassle-free as it is delicious. Decadent, satisfyingly sweet, and easy to prepare, you can expect this dessert to become a favorite in your household.

All Things Apple
  • French Apple Cake
  • Celery Root, Fennel, and Apple Chowder
  • Savory Fennel-Apple Tarte Tatin
  • Apple Cider Doughnuts
  • Caraway-Crusted Pork Tenderloin with Sauerkraut and Apples
Weeknight Dinners
  • Za’atar Chicken with Pistachios, Brussels Sprouts, and Pomegranate
  • Thanksgiving Quinoa Bowl
  • Pressure-Cooker Pork Sausage with White Beans and Mustard Greens
  • Unstuffed Shells with Butternut Squash and Leeks
Centerpieces
  • Swiss Chard Pie
  • Boneless Turkey Breast with Gravy
  • Twin Roast Chickens with Root Vegetables and Tarragon Vinaigrette
  • Spiced Lamb Pot Roast with Figs
Pies, Puddings, and Fruit Desserts
  • Ginger-Cranberry-Pear Streusel Pie
  • Slow-Cooker Bourbon Bread Pudding
    Autumn Pear Crumble
  • Roasted Oranges in Spiced Syrup
Details

Recipes: 594
Format: Softcover
Pages: 464
Item Number: CQ40
Item Weight: 4.0 pounds


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