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Acorn Squash Custards

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You’ll love this unique way to present acorn squash. The individual portions will tempt guests with a custard that’s sweet, creamy and filled with fall spices. If desired, garnish them with chopped fresh parsley.

All-American French Fries

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These fries are as close as you can get to perfection--crispy and light golden brown on the outside, yet creamy and meltingly tender on the inside.

Apple and Sausage Dressing

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Breakfast pork sausage gives this dressing a traditional, homey flavor, but if you’d like to spice it up, substitute an Italian or another zesty sausage.

Apple Cider-Glazed Squash

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Reducing apple cider to a sweet syrup produces a glaze that tastes like the essence of autumn.

Apple-Sweet Potato Casserole

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Apples and sweet potatoes always make a nice pairing, and here they’re given a crunchy finish with a brown sugar-pecan streusel.

Artichokes with Fresh Herb Aioli

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Artichokes are fun to eat, but their flavor can get a little boring with the same old lemon butter dipping sauce. Here’s an aioli dip that’s a delicious change, thanks to fresh mint and basil mixed with lemon. The longer the aioli has time to stand, the more pronounced the ingredients will become.

Asiago Smashed Potatoes

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What makes these potatoes out-of-the-ordinary? A generous amount of Asiago cheese.

Asian-Style Slaw

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This veggie-rich slaw makes a wonderful side dish. If you end up with a few cupfuls left over, turn them into a quick and easy stir-fry.

Asparagus and Carrot Sauté with Ginger and Orange

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Bright in color and taste, this zesty side pairs nicely with chicken, pork or ham.

Asparagus with Sweet Red Pepper Dressing

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When choosing asparagus, opt for the thickest stems because they’re the tastiest. Be sure to find those without any woodiness showing at the stem end. They should be green from top to bottom.

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