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Spiced Baked Apples

Spiced Baked Apples

Spiced Baked Apples

I LOVE harvesttime and being able to cook with all the fresh produce gathered from gardens and groves. Since there's so much of everything, I try to be creative by enhancing old recipes with slight variations. That's what happened with these baked apples. The spices and touch of orange make the flavor just perfect! —Lorraine Chausse Cornwall, Ontario

Sausage Potato Skillet

Sausage Potato Skillet

Sausage Potato Skillet

DURING my childhood, I lived in an Italian neighborhood in New Jersey. Since both my parents were working, I went home for lunch with my Italian girlfriend. Lunch was always the same - sausage, fried potatoes, green peppers and onions - but I could never get enough of my favorite meal. -Amelia Bordas, Springfield, Virginia

Wilted Coleslaw

Wilted Coleslaw

Wilted Coleslaw

I fix this snappy salad for myself whenever I have a taste for it. The crisp ingredients and sweet-and-sour dressing are irresistible.—Denise Albers, Freeburg, Illinois

Sweet Potato Souffles

Sweet Potato Souffles

Sweet Potato Souffles

This is a delightfully new way to enjoy sweet potatoes. I know you'll agree these souffles are light, smooth and delicious.—Mary Kay Dixson, Decatur, Alabama

Chocolate Pudding For One

Chocolate Pudding For One

Chocolate Pudding For One

"Anytime I get a craving for a chocolaty treat, I whip up a dish of this rich pudding in the microwave," explains field editor Anne Boesiger of Meridian, Idaho. "Using milk chocolate chips is another delicious option."

Warm Bacon Spinach Salad

Warm Bacon Spinach Salad

Warm Bacon Spinach Salad

This was what the Pennsylvania Germans called "wilted salad". It was one of the first recipes I was taught to make. When the dressing is warm, I pour it over the greens and set it aside while I prepare the rest of the meal. The heat wilts the greens, which are still slightly warm when served. -Patty Kile, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania.

Orange-Glazed Pork Chops

Orange-Glazed Pork Chops

Orange-Glazed Pork Chops

"This recipe from my niece is not only a snap to prepare, it's delicious, too," says field editor Nila Towler of Baird, Texas. A sweet orange glaze perks up these tender pork chops, and there's plenty of sauce to flavor the accompanying rice as well.

Pork Meatballs

Pork Meatballs

Pork Meatballs

This recipe is one of my favorites. My mom used to make the moist, flavorful meatballs often, and they were part of our traditional dinner on Shrove Tuesday, served with homemade gnocchi. -Joan Newberry, Indiana, Pennsylvania

Simple Honey Mustard Salad Dressing

Simple Honey Mustard Salad Dressing

Simple Honey Mustard Salad Dressing

From the first time I tasted this salad dressing, it has been a favorite at our house, served almost exclusively. It's quick to prepare, and it's easily made "light" by using fat-free or light mayo. -Patty Brewer, Kansas City, Missouri

Vegetable Meat Loaf

Vegetable Meat Loaf

Vegetable Meat Loaf

I hate the thought of making too much and having leftovers for a week, so I've pared down my recipes. This one is simple and quick to prepare, plus the carrot, green pepper and celery make it nutritious and colorful. It's great served with cheddar-topped baked potatoes.—Judi Brinegar, Liberty, North Carolina

Zippy Carrots

Zippy Carrots

Zippy Carrots

THIS RECIPE originally didn't call for green pepper, but when I was making it one time, I noticed some in the refrigerator and decided to add it. It gave a little extra zip, so I've kept it a part of the recipe. This makes ordinary carrots special and adds nice color to a meal. -Mina Dyck, Boissevain, Manitoba
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