Our Top Slow-Cooker Recipes for Fall
If you feel like you're too busy to enjoy apple, butternut squash and pumpkin season, you'll love these unfussy dishes.
Your New Go-To Get-Together Drink
Here's a delicious, amazingly good-smelling mulled cider, or wine, recipe you'll want to make for every fall party—and it could not be easier. It's from Liana Krissoff's new Slow Cook Modern
, and can go in one of two directions: You can make it nonalcoholic by using a half-gallon of apple cider, or go the adults-only route and use a bottle of red wine. The other ingredients in this sweet and spiced hot drink are brown sugar, orange and lemon slices, fresh ginger, cinnamon sticks, cloves, allspice berries, cardamom pods and nutmeg—which means that yes, the aroma is out of this world. You can serve the cider, or wine, straight from the slow-cooker, too, on your machine's low or keep-warm setting.
Get the recipe: Mulled Cider (or Wine)