Rainy Day Comforts Recipes


Stave off the rainy day blues this week with a lineup of warm-and-wonderful fall pairings—rich, flavorful roasted squash soup with freshly-grated Grana cheese, toasted Pain au Levain bread and herb compound butter, and baked fruit crisp, fragrant with a cinnamon-pecan topping. Complemented by a French red wine and seasonal produce including Brussels sprouts, Shiitake mushrooms and the last of the season’s Chile peppers for frying, this cozy meal begs to be eaten fireside, tucked in your favorite chair, with the drip-drop-drip of rain falling outside.

Here are a few recipe ideas for the week:

Pan-Fried Chile Peppers with Sea Salt
Rich and sweet with just a hint of spice, Chile peppers are delicious blistered in a cast-iron skillet and then sprinkled with sea salt.

Roasted Squash Seeds
Pumpkins aren’t the only fall squash with delicious seeds to roast: Butternut, Red Kuri Kabocha and many others have seeds worthy of crisping up in a hot oven.

Baked Winter Squash with Sage
Roasted inverted on the pan, savory Red Kuri Kabocha squash is amplified by a stuffing of fresh herbs and onions.

Garlic Butter-Roasted Shiitake Mushrooms
Roasted with capers and garlic, this simple mushroom dish is a real show-stopper.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Buttered Breadcrumbs
Topped with buttery, golden brown breadcrumbs, these Brussels sprouts are the epitome of comfort food.

Fall Fruit Crisp
Delicious with, apples, pears or a combination of both: Simply toss the fruit with cornstarch and sugar, then sprinkle with the topping from this week’s box.

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