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Fall is in the air! I'm so excited! I need new recipes! Everyone share your favorite autumn recipe.

I've got this amazing butternut squash soup recipe, but I have yet to try it without milk and butter. I feel like that might be a crucial aspect to it. Anyway, here's the recipe, and if anyone's tried squash soup w/ DF subs, let me know!

Homemade Squash Soup

4 c cooked squash (butternut is the best, IMO)

3 c whole milk

1/2 stick real butter (don't use margarine)

1/2 tsp salt

1/4 tsp pepper

1 1/2 tbsp brown sugar

Mix all ingredients together in a large pot. Simmer over med/low heat for 15 minutes.

(Here's where I like to throw mine in the Vitamix and puree it. You can do all or just half...or skip altogether).

Chill in the fridge overnight to let the flavors blend. Heat and serve.

Another great recipe - Cincinnati Chili! Since I can't tolerate beans, I love this one when I'm in the mood for a hot bowl of chili. It's really good with some rice mixed in, or served over pasta or baked potatoes. If you can eat cheese, throw some cheddar on top. Oh, one thing I've also tried with this recipe is to use leftover meat. I once used a combination of pot roast (shredded), ground beef, and ground turkey. It was actually pretty good. Just skip the sauteing step.

Cincinnati Chili

1 lb extra lean ground beef

1 clove garlic

1 tsp (estimated) onion powder (not big onion fans here)

1 tbsp chili powder

1 tsp allspice

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp cumin

1/2 tsp red pepper

1/2 tsp salt

2 tbsp unsweetened cocoa or 1 oz unsweetened bakers chocolate, grated

1 15 oz can tomato sauce

1 tbsp worcestershire sauce

1 tbsp cider vinegar

1/2 c water

In a large pot or frying pan, over medium-high heat, saute ground beef, garlic and chili powder until meat is slightly cooked. Drain fat.

Add the remaining ingredients. Reduce heat to low, and simmer uncovered 1 1/2 hrs. Remove from heat. Serve over rice, pasta, potatoes.

Now throw on your favorite sweater, curl up on the couch with a good book, and enjoy!

(PS: anyone know how to post pics here, I was trying to put a great autumny shot up, but it didn't work :P)

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I love everything about fall - including warm, filler-up meals

Cider Sausage ---

1 pkg sweet italian sausage

large jar chunky applesauce

sliced onions to taste

brown sausage in pan

then add applesauce, onions, and sausage to a 9x13 pan and bake (maybe 30 minutes?)

Serve with crackers for appetizer - or alone

(I like it with nut thins)

Orange Pork

Pork Tenderloin

salt

pepper

orange marmalade (about 1/2 jar)

1 T water

1 1/2 t. ginger

rice

season pork w/ salt & pepper to taste

bake in roasting pan until internal temp is 160 degrees

stir together marmalade, water, and ginger until well mixed.

heat sauce in micro or sauce pan

bed of rice, topped with sliced pork, w/ sauce drizzled over it.

Great with Garlic Green Beans

** We cook extra pork while the oven is cranking, then for leftovers we chop the pork, make another batch of sauce, and stir fry in wok with a little soy sauce, green onions and sliced almonds YUM!

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yum! that sausage sounds great! i bet adding rice to the bake would be good to make it into a meal. i'd cook the rice in apple cider or something :D awesome!

oh, that recipe reminds me of something i read in "Taste of Home" the other day! cider floats! it was basically vanilla ice cream, chilled apple cider, and cinnamon - throw it all in a blender, and serve! once I perfect a recipe for vanilla flavored coconut "milk" ice cream, i'll definitely have to try that one too!

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Fall is in the air! I'm so excited! I need new recipes! Everyone share your favorite autumn recipe.

I don't like my squash soup too sweet, so I add watercrest or arugula to the mix and puree them together then top the soup with my homemade cranberry chutney. Very yummy.

CRANBERRY CHUTNEY

4 cups (1L) cranberries

1 cup (250 ml) sugar

1 cup (250 ml) water

3 Tbsp (50 ml) finely chopped onion

3 Tbsp (50 ml) white vinegar (I've also used apple cider and it was fine)

2 Tbsp (25ml) Worchestshire sauce ( I use 5 Tbsp of apple cider vinegar instead as this is not gluten free in Canada)

1 tsp (5ml) salt

1 tsp 5ml) ground dried chilies

1/2 tsp (2ml) cinnamon

In a medium saucepan, combine cranberries, sugar and water. Heat, stirring, until sugar dissolves. Continue cooking until berries pop, about 5 minutes. Stir in onion, vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, salt, chilies and cinnamon; simmer for 5 minutes more, stirring occasionally. Ladle into sterilized jars and seal. Makes about 6 cups of sauce. I made a triple batch which worked just fine.

I made this the other day, very very yummy.

Pear Clafoutis with Almonds

2 medium pears (about 12 oz. total)

2 Tbs. pear eau de vie, such as Poire William *

3 large eggs

1/3 cup sugar

1/3 cup gluten free flour

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Wonka, that chutney sounds really good! What else do you put it on? I've been craving cranberries! Namely, cranberry nut bread! Mmm, that is another favorite fall recipe! Thanks for reminding me of it :)

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If you can have coconut milk, this recipe sounds great. It's hot here, AGAIN, so no soup yet. But, I've got my eye on it and am going to give it a try when the weather finally gets cool. (Well, as cool as it does here in the south!)

http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/2006...rnut-bliss.html

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Wonka, that chutney sounds really good! What else do you put it on? I've been craving cranberries! Namely, cranberry nut bread! Mmm, that is another favorite fall recipe! Thanks for reminding me of it :)

We have it with turkey, and other poultry, as well as the soup. I like to make a gluten free Lavash and wrap it around the turkey and chutney. (the lavash is quick and easy throw together and cooks in about 15 minutes). If you want the Lavash recipe let me know and I can post it.

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If you can have coconut milk, this recipe sounds great. It's hot here, AGAIN, so no soup yet. But, I've got my eye on it and am going to give it a try when the weather finally gets cool. (Well, as cool as it does here in the south!)

http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/2006...rnut-bliss.html

Ah, that sounds amazing! I made some butternut squash soup the other day:

http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/2008/10/cr...oup-recipe.html

It was good, but a little bland, and too sweet. I'm gonna have to try Karina's recipe! She uses a lot more curry powder. Thanks :)

We have it with turkey, and other poultry, as well as the soup. I like to make a gluten free Lavash and wrap it around the turkey and chutney. (the lavash is quick and easy throw together and cooks in about 15 minutes). If you want the Lavash recipe let me know and I can post it.

Sure, I'd love the recipe. I have no idea what lavash is :huh:

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Oh, yum! I have some but I can't post right now (time for bed!) I'll come back later this weekend and post some, and print off the yummy recipes already posted!

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Ah, that sounds amazing! I made some butternut squash soup the other day:

http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/2008/10/cr...oup-recipe.html

It was good, but a little bland, and too sweet. I'm gonna have to try Karina's recipe! She uses a lot more curry powder. Thanks :)

Sure, I'd love the recipe. I have no idea what lavash is :huh:

You'll find it at this website http://glutenfree.wordpress.com/2008/05/14...-grain-version/

I have made it with the seeds and without and both are really good.

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You'll find it at this website http://glutenfree.wordpress.com/2008/05/14...-grain-version/

I have made it with the seeds and without and both are really good.

thanks! can't wait to give it a try!

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