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SheSpeaksTeam By SheSpeaksTeam 10.24.12
There's Still Time - Review & Win a Kitchen Gadget
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Don't forget to enter your fall food ideas for a chance to win one of 6 great kitchen gadgets.

We've received a range of delicious fall recipes that look delicious.  Here are some of our favorites:

How about a hearty Kielbasa Stew for the whole family.

This healthy hearty Kielbasa Stew from dunkidsmom is tasty and really quick and easy to put together for a family dinner. Enjoy!

Why not try this delicious Butternut Squash Casserole

daddis73 submitted this wonderful recipe for tender squash, gooey cheese and onions that make this a memorable side dish. Even the kids will love it. This is soo different than the regular squash casseroles.

Yum! What a great way to end an autumn meal Honey Pumpkin Pie please!

This is a versatile and great autumn recipe! Thanks to Hywelda9, you can use either pumpkin, winter squash, sweet potatoes or even carrots, if you like.

Do you test out your Thanksgiving creations on your family or break out the slow cooker at this time of year?  We’d like to hear about your fall food favorites and tips for using seasonal produce – If you share a tip, recipe or product review this week you’ll be entered for a chance to win one of 10 great fall food tools.  So get sharing.

Review a food product, or post a recipe  and be entered to WIN one of these fall food products!. Tell us which products you love, which you think are overrated, and those that are a miss.  And if we're missing any products, help us add the latest food inventions to the list. You're efforts will be rewarded with these terrific fall food prizes!




Prizes include:

  • Grand Prize: Calphalon Slow Cooker (value $150)
  • King Arthur Flour Apple Peeler, Corer and Slicer
  • Williams Sonoma Essentials of Slow Cooking Book
  • 2 x Circulon 8" Skillet and Slotted Turner
  • Wilton Aluminum Leaves, Acorns and Pumpkins Baking Pan

All winners are selected at random.  The giveaway will begin Wednesday, October 10th and will end at 6:00 p.m.ET on Monday, October 31st. Open to United States residents only. One prize per winner. No purchase necessary. 

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  • jaltom By jaltom

    Mexican Lasagna - Layer refried beans, hamburger (precooked), shredded cheese & salsa in baking dish. Top with tortilla chips and bake at 350 for about 20-30 minutes.

  • siouxsieq12 By siouxsieq12

    Pumpkin Pie Dip 1 package (8oz) cream cheese, softened 2 cups confectioners' sugar 1 can (15 oz) solid-pack pumpkin 3 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger apple slices, pear slices, graham crackers for dipping In a large mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese and sugar. Gradually add the pumpkin, pie spice, vanilla and ginger; beat until smooth. I make mine the night before I am going to serve it. Makes about 3 1/2 cups. Super easy and very yummy!

  • shirlann By shirlann

    BANANA NUT BREAD,I make this a lot in the fall and my family love it .And i also make it for chirstmas gilfs.1/2 cup margarine ,1 1/2 cups sugar,2 eggs,3 medium bananas,mashed, ,1 teaspoon real vanilla extract,2 cups flour,1 teaspoon baking soda,1/4 cup ,chopped nuts i use wallnuts.Cream together shortening and sugar.add eggs and vanilla and bananas,then add flour ,soda mix together then stir in the nuts and bake in butterd loaf pan at 325. for at least 60 minutes or until toothpicks comes out clean


    My family loves tacos and this is the recipe I use to move from summer to fall cooking. Taco Soup- Brown 1lb ground beef or turkey, drain grease, add 1 pack of taco seasoning, pour in 1 can corn, 1 can of black beans and 1 can of tomatoes (diced or stewed). Do not drain veggies. Cook on medium for 15 minutes. serve with shredded cheese, sour cream and corn chips.

  • pansyfan By pansyfan

    My grandmother created this recipe while living on the farm in Indiana, hence the name, Hoosier Farms Potato Soup. It is a hearty, delicious, one-pot-meal my whole family loves. 1 Lb. Good Quality Ring bologna (Eckrich, Koegel. No red mushy stuff.) 6 Med. Potatoes. 1 Onion, diced. Milk. 1 Stick Butter (Margarine ok) 1/2 C. Flour. 1 Tsp. Salt. 1/2 Tsp. Pepper. Peel and chop bologna and potatoes. Cook in boiling water in large dutch oven or soup pot with onion till tender. Drain retaining water for prep. Set aside potato mixture and water. In pot, melt butter. Add flour and seasoning and stir over low heat till smooth and bubbly. Using 4 C of potato water and 4 C. of milk, gradually add liquid to pot, stirring constantly. Turn heat to medium and continue stirring till boiling. Boil and stir for 2 minutes, add potato mixture and turn heat to simmer. Serve with a salad and bread and butter.

  • rkosully By rkosully

    My grandma (and now my aunt) has always made Waldorf Salad after we go apple-picking in the fall. There are several potential variations to the historic apples/celery/mayo recipe created by New York City's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in the 19th century. We like adding walnuts, grapes, and lemon juice too!

  • NaeNae7 By NaeNae7

    CREAM CHEES PIE DOUGH ~~ This recipe will make enough for a double crusted pie or two single crusted pies. 2 sticks cold unsalted butter, cut into 1/4 inch pieces; 2 1/4 cups all purpose flour; 1 tsp salt; 6 ounces of cold cream cheese, cut into small pieces; 3 or 4 tablespoons of ice water. Combine the flour and salt in a food processor and pulse to blend it. Add the butter and cream cheese pulsing this until pea size clumps form. While the food processor is running add the water but only 1 tablespoon at a time and until the mixture comes together when pressed in your hand. Divide your dough into 2 pieces and then shape into a disk. Wrap your disks in plastic wrap and then refrigerate until they are firm, usually about 45 minutes. **If you freeze the cream cheese for about 1/2 an hour it makes it much easier to cut into small pieces.

  • kathypt By kathypt

    My easiest and kid friendly crock pot recipe is simply boneless chicken breast and sal in the crock pot on low all day. I then remove the chicken and use my Kitchenaid mixer to shred the chicken and return to pot. I use for tacos, buritos, or chips. Great for dinner or appetizers.

  • downtoearth By downtoearth

    Crockpot Cajun Black Eyed Peas - You need 1lb of ground turkey, 1 can of rotel, 1 bag of dry black eyed peas, some cajun seasoning (I use Tony's Chacheres), and a little bit of water. Soak your beans over night in water. The next morning brown your turkey, drain the beans and throw everything into the crockpot. Cook all day on low. Delicious and easy.

  • Roanoke By Roanoke

    Easy Pumpkin muffins Mix one box of spice cake mix and one can of pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling) - no other ingredients. It will be very thick. Line muffin tins with paper and fill 3/4 full. Bake at 350 * about 20 mins or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Delicious!

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