6 Plant-Based Recipes To Cook Up This Fall

‘Tis the season for butternut squash, Brussel sprouts, and all the pumpkin your heart desires. September is the bridge between summer and fall cooking with farmers markets brimming with delicious seasonal vegetables. Our friend Yumna at Feel Good Foodie is all about cooking fresh, easy, and healthy meals that are also super scrumptious. Many of her dishes are inspired by the Lebanese foods and dishes of her childhood, everything has a little bit of Mediterranean in it, which we love. Here, she shares five of her favorite fall recipes you can whip up this week or next, or bookmark into fall. Is it too early to talk Friendsgiving yet? Enjoy!


Creamy Butternut Squash Pasta

Creamy Butternut Squash Pasta

This delicious creamy and cheesy butternut squash pasta is a great meat-free family weeknight meal. Simple to make, the pasta is tossed in a roasted seasonal squash that’s turned into a sauce for a comforting

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Fire-pit recipes: how to start a backyard blaze safely, and what to cook on it | Australian food and drink

Usually, plenty of Australians would be starting to make plans for summer camping trips about now. Others would already be on them, having escaped the southern states for long soirees north where winter is little more than a horror story told to scare kids at night.

A significant proportion of those people, though – and maybe you, reading this – are stuck at home dreaming of the warmth and crying into their beer while watching Netflix, thanks to ongoing lockdowns and border closures.

If that’s you, or if you’re just waiting to build up enough annual leave to head off, I reckon you should just bring the best bits of camping to your backyard and cook your meals over an open fire. Cooking over a proper, old-fashioned wood fire is simple, satisfying and not just for marshmallows and sausages. It’s the perfect way to escape the feeling of lockdown and

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Genshin Impact: Best Recipes to Cook

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In Genshin Impact, food is incredibly important to heal, boost the party, restore stamina, and more. If players are looking to get the most bang for their buck when cooking, there are some recipes that do quite a lot with very little. Here are the top recipes to cook in Genshin Impact.

Best Healing Foods

In order to be one of the best healing foods, players need to be able to not only access the ingredients easily, but it also needs to have as few of them as possible. Based on this, the top favorite healing recipes are:

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Mushroom Pizza

  • Restores 26/28/30% of Max HP to the selected character. Regenerates 450/620/790 HP every 5s for 30s.
  • Recipe: 4 Mushroom, 3 Flour, 2 Cabbage, 1 Cheese
  • Recipe Location: A Precious Chest in Stormterror’s Lair, right above the
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Healthy Chinese Food Recipes – How to Cook Real Chinese Meals

CHINESE FOOD IN AMERICA has a long history of being associated with cheap and hearty takeout. Platters of chop suey dressed and sugar-glazed chicken are the classic heavyweights of Chinese American cuisine, often served with a side of deep-fried wontons or a fortune cookie.

For decades, this food—tasty and wonderful in its own right, if not the most healthful—was the only Chinese food Americans knew about, thanks largely to generations of immigrants from one small part of the vast country.

“For over a century, from the time of the gold rush through the 1960s, the Chinese population in America was mainly Cantonese, as was Chinese food in America,” says David R. Chan, a food historian who has eaten at more than 7,500 Chinese restaurants in America.

In the 19th century, droves of immigrants from the southeast region of China adapted their dishes for the American palate using a limited repertoire

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