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Four Courses of Fall

Fall flavors have a way of turning our entire team of foodies giddy by the time November rolls around. The hearty seasonal produce, earthy spices, and overall warmth of a well-prepared meal leaves us all feeling a bit closer to home.

A quick search on Pinterest for “fall foods” generates thousands upon thousands of results, but lucky for you, we’ve hand-selected a few favorites to create a star-worthy lineup. This curated assembly of recipes will help you dish out your┬ábest a four-course meal of the season. Behind each link is an easy-to-follow recipe with beautiful pictures showcasing your next family feast.

Here are our top picks this season:

First Course
Smoked Sausage, Kale, and Potato Soup

Why we love it: This recipe puts a spicy twist on classic potato soup. The smoked sausage adds a unique protein to the dish without muddying up the time-tested staple and kale adds a bright burst of color while packing the soup full of vitamins for an overall nutrient-dense dish.

Second Course
Roasted Brussel Sprouts with cinnamon Butternut Squash, Pecans, and Cranberries

Why we love it: Brussel sprouts may have gotten a got a back rap from our childhood years, but when treated properly these little cabbage-like vegetables can be downright delectable. We love the boldness of cinnamon tossed with creamy butternut squash and the added crunch of pecans. Overall, this dish is a great substitute to the green bean casserole you’ve eaten year after year.

Third Course
Pan Seared Chicken and Broccolini in a Creamy Mustard Sauce

Why we love it: Pan seared anything is enough to make our mouths water. A good cut of chicken, properly browned until tender and crispy is the best way to serve up this year’s fall favorites. Broccolini adds a nice touch of familiarity without feeling redundant and the tangy mustard sauce pulls the entire dish together.

Fourth Course
Caramel and Chocolate Dipped Pears

Why we love it: As much as we adore pumpkin spiced everything… its time to give the pumpkin a break and highlight another fall fruit for a change. These caramel and chocolate dipped pears are simple, elegant, and the perfect way to finish out a fabulous fall feast.

 

 

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