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Zoe Francois' Pumpkin Bundt Cake

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Pumpkin Bundt Cake with Zoë François

Chocolate Swirl Pumpkin Bundt Cake Recipe by Zoë François I am in desperate need of lessons when it comes to baking, and I can’t think of a better teacher than my friend Zoë François, an award-winning baker and author of the best-selling Bread in Five Minutes series. She is sharing her recipe for a ridiculously moist…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Pumpkin Hand Pies

Pumpkin Hand Pies

The Perfect Autumnal Hand Pie By Andrew Zimmern I love pumpkin pie and this recipe is a game changer. Truly. The dough is simple and forgiving and my 9-year-old helps me make it. Yup. Then there is the filling, pre-baked and then filled into these modernist turnovers. So there you have it…the perfect autumnal pumpkin…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin Pie

Happy Thanksgiving By Andrew Zimmern This killer pumpkin pie is as important to me as a stuffed turkey with pan gravy, and without it my Thanksgiving is not complete. I hope you feel the same way after you make and eat it with your family.

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Radicchio & Pumpkin Risotto

Radicchio & Pumpkin Risotto By Jennifer McLagan I love the winey hue that radicchio gives the rice in this dish, and the way its bitterness balances the pumpkin’s sweetness. Now I know that using the word pumpkin reveals my birthplace, but I just can’t get my head around “squash.” However, so I don’t confuse you,…  Read More

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Fried SweeTango Apple Hand Pie

The Ultimate Apple Pie By Andrew Zimmern  SweeTangos are my favorite apples, so when the short harvest season is in full swing, you better believe I stock up. Crunchy and juicy, tart yet sweet, they’re the perfect eating apples, but they also make for one killer pie filling. Try these addictive apple hand pies…a flaky…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern’s Favorite Foods at the Minnesota State Fair

What to Eat at the Minnesota State Fair I like to stick with tradition when it comes to the State Fair, never passing up an opportunity for cheese curds, a foot-long hot dog, an ice cold 1919 root beer and a bucket of Sweet Martha’s cookies. Fair food doesn’t need to be, and probably shouldn’t…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Thanksgiving Guide

Andrew Zimmern’s Complete Thanksgiving Guide

Tips & Recipes for Thanksgiving Success Sharing a table with family and friends in celebration of tradition and great food is what makes Thanksgiving my favorite holiday, and I know I’m not the only one. Thanksgiving is about our cultural demonstration of collective thanks, expressed by a delicious meal…followed by football. Hosting the biggest feast…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Caramel Pear Galette

Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes

10 Desserts for Thanksgiving From classic pumpkin pie and gooey pecan tart to a ridiculously easy cranberry cake, here are 10 delicious desserts to round out your holiday feast.   Easy Cranberry Cake This simple cranberry cake is a perfect addition to your holiday dessert spread. Not too sweet and packed with fresh cranberries, it’s as…  Read More

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9 Sweet & Savory Ways to Cook Squash this Fall

The Taste of Autumn For me, the first squash of fall ranks right up there with the first berries of summer, or the first braise of winter. I find the flavor of winter squash infinitely more complex than its summertime cousins, such as zucchini. Hard squash are as versatile as they are varied—look for kabocha,…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern’s Minnesota State Fair Food Guide

Where to Eat at the Minnesota State Fair I love the Minnesota State Fair so much that I try to go all 12 days. Every year there’s a list of new food booths, serving all types of novelty deep-fried on-a-stick creations, but I’m a traditionalist when it comes to state fair chow. What’s the key…  Read More

Eating in Beaune, France in the Heart of Burgundy

Where to Eat in the Heart of Burgundy By Bob & Sue The most interesting food is not always found in the Michelin-starred restaurants, but often in the local bistros. During our six days in Burgundy recently, we had many memorable experiences in the city of Beaune and surrounding areas: Le Bistro At the gathering place for many…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Caramel Pear Galette

Caramel Pear Galette

Rustic Pear Tart By Andrew Zimmern This free-form pear galette makes a regular appearance at my dinner parties. Rich from the caramel and spices, and sweet with ripe pears, it’s my idea of a cool weather dessert. Bonus: you don’t have to worry about perfectly crimping the edge of your pie crust.

Taste Atlas: Rome

Devour Rome One of the cradles of Western civilization, Rome is a city full of globally influential art, culture and architecture. Over 4 million tourists flock to the Italian capital every year, visiting ancient Roman ruins, hoping to catch a glimpse of the pope in Vatican City, and, often times, binging on Italian gelato, pizza…  Read More

Go Fork Yourself: Danielle Walker

Danielle Walker Against All Grain Paleo author Danielle Walker explains how changing her diet saved her life, and they discuss why cooking is a spiritual experience. Plus, Molly shares her Pumpkin Pie story and Andrew tells us all about sous vide cooking. Try Danielle’s Peruvian-Style Chicken>>> Check Out: All things Danielle Walker (AgainstAllGrain.com) See: Molly’s Kitchen Snafu…  Read More

Pecan Tart|Fried Apple Hand Pie|Apple Cake with Porter Fudge Caramel & Hazelnut Granola|Pumpkin Pie

9 Thanksgiving Desserts

Save Room for Dessert Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays because we celebrate our cultures with our families surrounded by something other than gift giving… and lots of great grub. From a classic pumpkin pie and gooey pecan tart to an updated apple cake with porter fudge caramel, here are nine delicious desserts to…  Read More

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A Guide to Winter Squash with Recipes

12 Winter Squash Varieties These days, hard squash are all I am thinking about. Harvested in the fall, these gourds will last throughout the cold winter months, hence the name winter squash. Beyond the popular sugar pumpkins, acorn and butternut squashes you’re probably familiar with, varieties come in a staggering diversity of size, shape and…  Read More

18 Must-Try Minnesota State Fair Foods

Where to Eat at the Great Minnesota Get-Together I love the Minnesota State Fair so much that I try to go all 12 days. Every year there’s a list of new food booths, serving every type of novelty deep-fried and on-a-stick creations, but when it comes down to it, half of the food sales comes…  Read More

Turkey Time

Happy Thanksgiving! With my favorite holiday of the year just around the corner, I thought it would be timely to post some Thanksgiving help for the culinarily challenged among you. No holiday is as confounding as this one for the home cook who is expected to rise above the normal hellfires of daily cooking for…  Read More

Turkey Time

Happy Thanksgiving! With my favorite holiday of the year just around the corner, I thought it would be timely to post some Thanksgiving help for the culinarily challenged among you. No holiday is as confounding as this one for the home cook who is expected to rise above the normal hellfires of daily cooking for…  Read More

Best Fall Beverages

What to Drink Now We are in the thick of sweater-weather here in Minnesota, time to bring out the soup recipes and pumpkin carving tools, to go apple picking and embark on fall foliage drives. It’s also the season for mulled wine, hoppy beer and hard cider and whether you’re sitting around the fire-pit or…  Read More

Best Fall Beverages

What to Drink Now We are in the thick of sweater-weather here in Minnesota, time to bring out the soup recipes and pumpkin carving tools, to go apple picking and embark on fall foliage drives. It’s also the season for mulled wine, hoppy beer and hard cider and whether you’re sitting around the fire-pit or…  Read More

5 Questions: Megan Seling

It’s What’s Inside That Counts A mad scientist in the kitchen, baking enthusiast Megan Seling is obsessed with stuffing cupcakes and brownies with unconventional surprises (think pumpkin pie, donut or even baklava-filled sweets). We chat with Megan about her new cookbook, Bake it in a Cupcake: 50 Treats With a Surprise Inside, her wicked sweet-tooth…  Read More

5 Questions: Megan Seling

It’s What’s Inside That Counts A mad scientist in the kitchen, baking enthusiast Megan Seling is obsessed with stuffing cupcakes and brownies with unconventional surprises (think pumpkin pie, donut or even baklava-filled sweets). We chat with Megan about her new cookbook, Bake it in a Cupcake: 50 Treats With a Surprise Inside, her wicked sweet-tooth…  Read More