As nights get longer and the days shorter, fall brings a new zest for the outdoors and the produce of the season: winter squashes, bell peppers and the perennial favorite pumpkin.
Oyster Season at Cape Cod
Oyster farmer Tamar Haspel harvests bivalves by the peck for eating fresh and making chowder.
Comfort-Food Cabs: Great Wines for Fall
Cabernets can take on robust, meaty main dishes—without taking a lot out of your wallet.
This & That: September 2012
A few recommendations for this month—an interesting read, a quick and easy autumn treat, and of course our Relish mobile app!
Apple Cake: Bottom’s Up
Pay homage to fall’s favorite fruit with five of our favorite apple cake recipes including our Upside Down Apple Cake.
Sara Foster’s Kitchen
Sara Foster is well-versed in the language of food, using the very best each season has to offer.
Any Season Slaw
Cross-cultural coleslaws, inspired by the flavors of Italy, Mexico, India and Vietnam, make great sides for grill season and beyond.
How to Get Kids to Eat Brussels Sprouts
Kids will love picking Brussels sprouts off the stalk and eating them.
Root Cellar Recipes
A Colorado chef uses 2,000-year-old technology to keep a supply of fresh produce handy in winter months.
The Great Pumpkin Shortage
After Hurricane Irene pummeled the pumpkin patches of the New England, we’re getting while the getting is good.
Meatless Main Dishes We Love
Love Meatless Mondays? These vegetarian recipes are so good, you’ll consider going meatless all week.
Cinderella’s godmother may have turned a pumpkin into a coach, but we turned one into dinner.
When the weather outside is frightful—mugs of mulled wine, hot cider and spiced toddies are simply delightful.
Chili and Cornbread Dinners
The comforting, warm-you-up combo of chili and cornbread is a duo we look forward to all year long.