Happy fall! Of course, just because the season technically changed today doesn't mean that it necessarily feels any less like summer where you are than it did yesterday or last week. But, as always, a new season is always a good excuse for new ideas, so here are five fast, easy recipes that you can throw together for a mostly hassle-free dinner in the coming days or weeks. I think they bridge the gap between summer and fall pretty well (maybe less so the soup, though I'd still eat it tonight), there's not too much (if anything) in the way of exotic ingredients, and they're also all vegetarian (it's a wonderful time of year for produce; why not?). If you feel like adding meat to any of them, it won't be hard. See you Friday.
P.S. I also wanted to let you know that I've teamed up with the wonderful people at Cabot on a giveaway. Enter for a chance to win three of my books: How to Cook Everything, Dinner for Everyone, and How to Eat, PLUS a year's supply of Cabot cheese. There will also be six runner up prizes of a $25 Cabot gift box along with one of my featured cookbooks. Now through September 30th 11:59pm ET. If you like cheese, or cookbooks, or both, enter here.
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Questions, comments, brilliant suggestions? Just want to share the recipe for your grandma's potato salad, or your mom's meatloaf, or your uncle Drew's three-day 100-percent rye loaf (yes, please)? Don't hesitate to reach out anytime.