Posts Tagged ‘fall’

Rosemary Roasted Delicata Squash

Rosemary Roasted Delicata Squash Recipe on MarisaMoore.com

This easy delicata squash recipe requires just a handful of ingredients and a hot oven. With all of the flavors and colors of fall, this Rosemary Roasted Delicata Squash recipe will be ready in no time! Last fall, I cooked with delicata squash for the first time and fell in love. I adore the color, the sweet flavor,
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Baked Sweet Potato Pudding

Baked Sweet Potato Pudding in two small white bowls

 This southern sweet potato pudding recipe is made the old fashioned way and baked until golden brown. It’s an easy dessert that’s perfect for the holidays. This easy southern baked sweet potato pudding recipe is made the old-fashioned way. Sweet potatoes are the base of a naturally sweet dessert that’s perfect for the fall, Christmas
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Roasted Delicata Squash with Parmesan & Walnuts

Roasted Delicata Squash marisamoore.com

This roasted delicata squash recipe is unbelievably easy to prepare. The sweet, caramelized flavor is balanced with walnuts and parmesan. This is a food first for me. Though, I’d seen it before, I mentally filed delicata squash into the category of those cumbersome, difficult (and downright dangerous) to slice winter squashes collecting dust at the
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Maple Ancho Carrot Straws

Carrot Chips on marisamoore.com

These easy carrot straws are sweet with a hint of heat, crunchy and slightly addictive. This month’s recipe redux challenge is to dehydrate or otherwise dry the season’s best fruit and vegetables for later use. When I saw the theme, I was a little concerned as I don’t have a dehydrator… yet. I worked with the
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Persimmons: Orange Orbs bursting with Sweet and Delicate Flavors

Image: Persimmon Salsa

By Sandra Ruan, Dietetic Intern/ Reviewed by Marisa Moore, RDN Ever ponder on salsa recipes that would spice up your ordinary chicken, beef or fish entrees – something different from that typical tomato based sauce that you probably served last week? Like a tomato, a persimmon is juicy and best-eaten when fully ripened, and are
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Maple Pumpkin Mousse

  This month’s Recipe Redux challenge was to create a no-cook dessert.  I tend to think of ways to skip the heat of the kitchen during the hot days of summer.  Coming up with an early fall dessert challenged me to reach beyond cool fruity granitas, fresh peaches with cream and yogurt pops. Cool and creamy balanced
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Fall Back to Good Health

Sunlight in the Fall

The days are shorter. The leaves have changed and you’re forced to wear more clothes. Thankfully, we’re still averaging the high 60s here in the South, but cooler weather and darker days have finally set in across the country. This change can throw a wrench into your healthy eating and workout regimen and negatively impact
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Flavors of Fall

Pecan and Pumpkin Pies

Ahh, cinnamon, pumpkin spice, warm maple syrup… who doesn’t love the warm aromas of fall?  I sure do.  Fall is one of my favorite seasons. It means perfect Georgia weather for outdoor fun, beautiful colors and yes my favorite fall flavors.  I remember picking sweet potatoes fresh from the field as a child in the south
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