Whether you use canned or fresh artichokes (which are in season), this is an easy crowd-pleaser for the fall because it tastes best served warm. You can pair this dip with either a freshly toasted baguette or crudités. Some artichoke dip recipes call for a much heavier combination of sour cream, mayonnaise, and cheese, but we’ve made a lighter version that focuses on the fresh artichoke flavor.
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Whip up this easy dip for your next football party or get-together with friends. 
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This seven-layer dip replaces sour cream with nonfat Greek yogurt, which is healthier and equally creamy. I've also topped it off with some feta cheese and Greek Kalamata olives, which I find more flavorful than conventional olives. Delicious and healthy. Enjoy with pita or pita chips!
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Coq au Vin
“This is a classic French dish, usually made with a cockerel. If you can find one, let it cook for 20–30 minutes longer than specified below, because the meat is slightly tougher than ordinary chicken. I like to use a whole bird that I joint myself, but drumsticks and thighs can be used if preferred.” — Kevin Dundon, Back to Basics: Your Essential Step-by-Step Cookbook   Click here for more of our best chicken dishes.
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Bonne Maman
If there’s one sweet brunch dish that truly reigns supreme, it is the French toast. This indulgent, endlessly delicious recipe is truly French-inspired, with croissants as its base and beautiful fruit preserves mixed in.This recipe is courtesy of Bonne Maman.
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Baked Strawberry-Rhubarb French Toast
What a classical combination: strawberries and rhubarb. With its tart, cranberry-like flavor, rhubarb pairs well with strawberry in jams, jellies, and pies. Here, strawberry-rhubarb jam is incorporated into an easy-to-make (and bake) breakfast casserole. See all French toast recipes. Click here to see the Mother's Day Brunch in Bed story.
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Farro and Feta-Stuffed Peppers
A filling vegetarian main dish, these peppers are stuffed with farro, chickpeas, cranberries, and feta, and then cooked in apple cider. Use the cooking liquid to make a delicious apple cider reduction to drizzle on the stuffed peppers. This recipe comes from the Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook Fifth Edition.
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A simple mixture of nuts, raisins, and spices makes a delicious topping for Honeycrisp apples. Click here to see 5 No-Cook Recipes (Slideshow)
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Here is a classic recipe for making savory squash. This recipe has been adapted from a recipe first published in the spring issue of Good Housekeeping Magazine in 1948. 
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Cranberry, Apple, and Sausage Stuffing
Add tons of flavor to a simple stuffing mix with fresh herbs, like rosemary, sage, and parsley. Turkey sausage cuts down on fat and calories compared to traditional pork sausage stuffing. Food Network star Robert Irvine and Gold’s Gym have teamed up for Trim the Fat Friday: offering healthy alternatives to traditional recipes and opening up Gold’s Gym locations nationwide for FREE on Friday, November 28, inviting people to come in and work off their Thanksgiving meal. Click Here to See More Thanksgiving Recipes
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There are very many versions of chocolate chile chicken, but I chose to include this one as it’s fantastically quick and easy to make. I can’t promise it’s authentic, but it does have the wow factor, and the Venezuelan chocolate adds a deep rich glossy finish and flavor.
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Coca-Cola Chicken Wings
America’s favorite soda pop can do more than satisfy your thirst and unclog your sink. The rich syrup makes it an ideal marinade for foods like chicken and pork.
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