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1. Farro Bowl with Butternut Squash, Sausage, and Radicchio
Source: Farro Bowl with Butternut Squash, Sausage, and Radicchio
Most of us don’t have the luxury of taking regular strolls through the food markets of Tuscany in late September, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy Italian autumnal flavors at home. This Farro Bowl with Butternut Squash, Sausage, and Radicchio by America’s Test Kitchen showcases the bounty of an Italian harvest with crunchy, bitter radicchio and sweet roasted butternut squash over a base of nutty, pleasantly chewy farro (an ancient Mediterranean grain beloved in Italy) . Gorgeous ripe figs give the bowl a honeyed sweetness that’s balanced by the piquant Dijon–balsamic vinegar dressing. In keeping with the theme, we combine our homemade Italian sausage seasoning with plant-based meat and top each bowl with the resulting sausagey, savory crumbles.
2. Banana Cream Pie Overnight Oats
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Who said dessert can’t be for breakfast? This Banana Cream Pie Overnight Oats by Lauren Smith is your answer!
3. Easy Marinated Vegetable Kabobs
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An easy summer side dish and an easy way to amp up veggies on your plate! These Easy Marinated Vegetable Kabobs by Barbara Zackey make the perfect wingman for your next bbq or weeknight dinner. Bright, colorful vegetables straight from the garden, farmer’s market, or produce stand marinated in a citrus-herby lightly flavored sauce that screams summer. These veggies are perfectly paired with your favorite plant-based protein slathered in bbq sauce or mixed in with your favorite grain, like pasta.
4. Tapioca Cake
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Tapioca or cassava cake is a popular Nonya (fusion of Chinese and Malay cuisines) dessert. This naturally gluten free baked Tapioca Cake by Daphne Goh has a very aromatic and nutty flavor.
5. Coconut and Almond Clusters
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The sweetest time of the year is just around the corner and probably one of the favorites of those with a sweet tooth. These Coconut and Almond Clusters by Sara Oliveira make an excellently sweet treat!
6. Watermelon Summer Smoothie
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If you are not going to eat that big watermelon that’s been sitting in your fridge, then consider drinking it! Chop it up and blend it with a few mint leaves, some lime juice, a spoonful of liquid sweetener, such as maple syrup, and lots of ice cubes.
7. Watermelon Poke Bowls
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These Watermelon Poke Bowls by Bailey Ruskus will deeply satisfy and refresh you at the same time. I always get a craving for poke when summer comes around, and the plant world really delivers here. The umami flavors of the marinade match perfectly with the sweetness of the watermelon. And the spicy sauce? Well, trust me when I say you’ll want to put this sauce on everything! As important as flavor is, finding ways to enjoy sustainable seafood alternatives is even more important in our world today. Finding better alternatives to seafood consumption can not only help preserve our oceans, but it can reduce your exposure to heavy metals like mercury. Flavor and sustainability all in one dish: Watermelon poke for the win! Reprinted with permission from Cook, Heal, Go Vegan! by Bailey Ruskus, Page Street Publishing Co. 2021. Photo credit: Bailey Ruskus
8. Watermelon Kiwi Popsicles
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These Watermelon Kiwi Popsicles by Lena Ropp are a cinch to make! Simply purée the watermelon, cut up the kiwi slices, freeze them in molds, and voila! Some seriously refreshing and fruity pops.
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