{Food Dish} Fall Recipes We Recommend: November 2012

It's been a while, but here are some of our favorite recipes for fall. We've tried these in our own kitchens (and loved them at our own dinner tables):


Recommended by: Kaela Worthen Gardner, Associate Editor

This is the epitome of fall comfort food. It’s a little time consuming, but oh my heavens, this is amazing. The pork chops are juicy and homey but with an elevated flavor because of the walnut crust. The rice has every flavor of fall put together in an expected but delicious combination that makes your taste buds wake up and say “wait a minute, what is this stuff?” I’ve made it several times and still can’t get enough. I recommend combining it all with a dark green vegetable like broccoli or green beans (my favorite is broccoli and cauliflower roasted in the oven with olive oil and sea salt).

[A note from Online Editor Kate: I have also made this recipe, and it is wonderful.]


Recommended by: Ashley Evanson, Online Editor

This soup is so rich and tastes like fall-flavored sweet potato fries. My only recommendation is to add one cup of whole milk to make it creamier, otherwise the consistency is a little pasty.


Recommended by: Kate Ensign-Lewis, Online Editor

This was a recipe I published last year around Thanksgiving (actually, exactly a year to date before this post is being published!), and it remains one of my family's favorite fall sides. It's fairly easy, and adding a little dressed-up dressing to a meal of chicken makes dinner just so much better.


Recommended by: Ashley Evanson, Online Editor

I always forget how long cinnamon rolls take to make, so don't start these at 8 p.m. like I did. Other than the length of time, this dessert is amazing. We had to ration them in my home and everyone was policing how many rolls everyone else had eaten. They're that good.

Comments and feedback can be sent to feedback@ldsliving.com