75 Recipes That Taste Like Fall!

Fall is here!

My taste buds are set for anything with apples, cranberries, caramel, or pumpkin.  I’m ready to eat soups and stews and chicken pot pie.

In fact, I just couldn’t stop thinking about all of the recipes I love to make at this time of year.  So, I’ve gathered them all up into one big, gigantic list of deliciousness that is Autumn!

I hope you find some inspiration here.  Make something and celebrate these crisp fall days with your family.  [Read more...]

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Menu Ideas for Graduation Parties

Raise your hand if you have a new graduate this year!

A year ago, I was planning my oldest daughter’s high school graduation menu.  I’ve noticed quite a few people searching for ideas for recipes to serve at graduation parties, so I thought I’d put together a list to get you started.

There are so many ways to celebrate a graduation.  I’m not even going to try to cover them all.  Casual is what I’m most comfortable with, so this list will include foods that can be served buffet style, can be fixed ahead of time, and serve a crowd.

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Recipes for Christmas – Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner, Sweets and Gifts to Share

If you’re still looking for recipes to make this season, this post is for you.  I’ve gathered Holiday recipes from this past year so you can quickly find inspiration.

If you want more Christmas recipes, see the 2009 Big List of Holiday Food.

Breakfast and Brunch

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Memorial Day Eats

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Summer starts this weekend.  Pools open.  Lucky kids and teachers are already out of school.  It’s time to head outside, get together with friends and fire up the grill.

If you need some ideas for recipes to cook this weekend, here’s a list to get you started:

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Frugal Holiday Cooking and Baking Tips

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Buying extra ingredients for holiday baking and cooking can really add up.  Here are a few ideas to keep Christmas and Thanksgiving adventures in the kitchen affordable.

Make a list of your “must make” recipes.

Make a list of all the foods that you know you want to make.  Start buying those ingredients now a few at a time, until you’ve gathered them all up.  That way you won’t have a huge amount hit your grocery bill at one time. [Read more...]

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Tiffany’s Big List of Holiday Food

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Everyone has their favorite foods for the holidays.  That box of chocolate is one of my favorite Christmas treats.  My parents have ordered Anthony Thomas candy for so many years it’s almost unthinkable that we could have Christmas without that candy.

But there are lots of other foods I like to make too.  This is a list of recipes that are already posted here on Eat at Home.  I’ll be adding other recipes as we move into Thanksgiving and Christmas.  (Look for Cranberry Nut Bars very soon.)  I’m also going to be sharing ideas for budgeting for holiday foods.

I’ve broken this list into categories of Main Dish, Breakfast, Dessert and Cookies.  Admittedly, it’s heavy on the desserts and cookies. [Read more...]

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Independence Day Eats

Are you cooking this weekend or maybe going to a potluck?  If you’re still wondering what to take along, here are some ideas to get you started.

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Get things rolling with The World’s Best Burger

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