Here’s what our editors and writers are making in their own kitchens.
Because October is hands down the best month of the year.
Put Hocus Pocus on and get cooking.
Because there never enough ways to eat pumpkins.
Bust out the pumpkins and bring your appetite.
Listen, there's only so much pumpkin spice one person can handle.
Nothing wrong with shaking up the old classics.
Get your pita chips ready!
This is what sweaters were made for.
Dig into a bowl full of carby fall goodness.
So amazing, you won't even miss the pasta.
Give me all the apples, pumpkin, and cinnamon you have.
They're basically dessert masquerading as a vegetable, which is a very good start.
Hurry up and eat before pumpkin spice comes and ruins literally everything.
Thanksgiving is only one day, you know?
Your family will never know you didn't have a clue what you were doing.
I mean, wouldn't it be cool to not have to double over on the couch after dinner?
The only surefire way to keep your guests from hovering in the kitchen.
Think of the next few weeks as "Thanksgiving training".
Because who can measure that stuff without making a mess?!
When the going gets tough, the tough think about dinner all afternoon.
For a boozy bonfire or a cozy night in.
Time to let your favorite fall vegetables steal the show.
It's ~sweater season~ at last! (AKA eating season.)
Fried fennel is the new fried pickle.
Foliage? Check. Cozy Sweater? Check. Butternut Squash? Check.
Enjoy the cooling temperatures, and let dinner *fall* into place.
It's easy to fall in love with these cupcakes.
Crisp mornings are scientifically proven to make you crave pumpkin spice.
It's almost that time of year.
A good way to turn people on to Brussels sprouts is to roast them in a combination of bacon and chicken fat. For four more easy dinners to round out the week, click here.
Give thanks. You can make a great Thanksgiving dinner without the entire turkey.
Because these root vegetables aren't going to just eat themselves.
It's time to fall in love with cookies this season.
All hail the fruit power couple of the season.
The chilly weather is coming. Keep your loved onescakes nearby.
Because we aren't all pumpkin spice obsessed.
Let your food hug you.
Get your stretchy pants on, because things are about to get delicious.
Screw you, bikini season.
If you're thinking that a squash with "butter" in its name is probably a cool squash, you're right.
Stuffing is the most delicious part of Thanksgiving. Which is really saying something.
The Season of Roasted Food and Bottles of Red Wine has arrived. Rejoice and be glad.
Roasted vegetables, welcome back to the regular dinner rotation.
Too soon? Never.
Because an apple beignet keeps the doctor away. Right?
Go get them and eat them! A new cookbook by New York magazine food editors tells you how to cook them.
Bowls are boring. Now you don't have to eat out of one until spring.
No it's not the new bacon, but you should still put some in your oatmeal.