10 Dinner Party Dishes That Make the Most of Fall’s Best Produce from 10 Dinner Party Dishes That Make the Most of Fall’s Best Produce

10 Dinner Party Dishes That Make the Most of Fall’s Best Produce

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10 Dinner Party Dishes That Make the Most of Fall’s Best Produce

The arrival of fall brings with it some of our favorite produce of the year. Butternut squash, pumpkin, apples, pears, and wild mushrooms are at the most flavorful and abundant throughout the autumn months. The comforting, warming flavors of these foods are perfectly suited for warming stews, soups, and hearty, carbohydrate-rich dishes, which is exactly what we’re craving on these cooler, darker days.

Acorn Squash Risotto With Smoked Bacon and Fried Sage Leaves

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Acorn Squash Risotto With Smoked Bacon and Fried Sage Leaves

The sweet flavors of acorn squash balance wonderfully with the crispy bacon and fragrant sage leaves.

For the Acorn Squash Risotto With Smoked Bacon and Fried Sage Leaves recipe, click here.

Autumn Bouillabaisse

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Autumn Bouillabaisse

This French seafood stew is transformed into the ultimate autumn dish thanks to the inclusion of the most flavor-packed pumpkin varieties.

For the Autumn Bouillabaisse recipe, click here.

Beet and Ricotta Gnocchi

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Beet and Ricotta Gnocchi

Homemade gnocchi are a real treat, but they’re even more decadent when you add some beet into the mix, transforming the dumplings into a vivid, but natural purple.

For the Beet and Ricotta Gnocchi recipe, click here.

Butterscotch and Caramel Apple Tarts

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Butterscotch and Caramel Apple Tarts

A perfectly crisp, caramelized apple tart has got to be one of the all-time best desserts, especially when it’s made with the season’s crispest, tastiest apples.

For the Butterscotch and Caramel Apple Tarts recipe, click here.

Cauliflower and Chicken Makloubeh

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Cauliflower and Chicken Makloubeh

This Levantine, upside-down rice dish is packed full of warming spices, which is exactly what is required of an autumnal dinner party entrée.

For the Cauliflower and Chicken Makloubeh recipe, click here.

Fettucine With Butternut Squash, Arugula, Sage, Parmesan, and Pine Nuts

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Fettucine With Butternut Squash, Arugula, Sage, Parmesan, and Pine Nuts

This dish is always extremely popular, probably because of the wonderful combination of salty, sweet, crunchy, soft, peppery, buttery, and herbal flavors and textures.

For the Fettucine With Butternut Squash, Arugula, Sage, Parmesan, and Pine Nuts recipe, click here.

Grilled Pear and Prosciutto Pizza

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Grilled Pear and Prosciutto Pizza

While pizza may not be an obvious dinner party dish, when it’s homemade, it definitely deserves its place at the center of the table. This is even truer when grown-up flavor combinations, such as pear and prosciutto, make up the pie’s topping.

For the Grilled Pear and Prosciutto Pizza recipe, click here.

Red Wine Poached Pear

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Red Wine-Poached Pear With Ganache, Hazelnuts, and Pinot Noir Salt

Red wine poached pears are a classic for a reason. Their beautiful color and delicate flavor make a perfect dessert, and are only better when topped with chocolate and hazelnuts.

For the Red Wine-Poached Pear With Ganache, Hazelnuts, and Pinot Noir Salt recipe, click here.

Slow-Cooker Pork With Apple Sauerkraut

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Slow-Cooker Pork With Apple Sauerkraut

This super simple slow-cooker recipe combines the meaty flavors of pork with the sweet flavors of apple for a comforting, easy-to-prepare dinner.

For the Slow-Cooker Pork With Apple Sauerkraut recipe, click here.

Slow-Cooker Tarragon Chicken With Mushroom Cream Sauce

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Slow-Cooker Tarragon Chicken With Mushroom Cream Sauce

Top your juicy, tender chicken with a rich, mushroom-filled sauce: the perfect dish to indulge in on a cold autumn night.

For the Slow-Cooker Tarragon Chicken With Mushroom Cream Sauce recipe, click here.

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