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.
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The Baked Brie with 3 Can't-Miss Additions
There are dozens of ways to make festive, fondue-like baked Brie, but here is a version you may not have tried before, which draws on the dried form of a quintessential fall fruit: cranberries. You sprinkle tart, dried cranberries over the cheese, along with balsamic vinegar (which turns into a rich syrup when cooked) and finely chopped, fresh rosemary. The result is a savory and sweet complement to the melted, buttery Brie that's perfect with crackers, sliced apples or toast points.
Get the recipe: Brie with a Cranberry Balsamic Sauce