Ina’s Favorite Fall Recipes and Alton’s Seasonal Eating

by in Food Network Chef, October 27th, 2011

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Ina Garten recently shared a few of her favorite fall recipes on the Today Show. The clip features her Roast Loin of Pork With Fennel, Creamy Parmesan Polenta and an Easy Cranberry and Apple Cake from her latest best-selling cookbook, Barefoot Contessa How Easy Is That?

Alton Brown has teamed with Welch’s and Zagat to introduce the Taste of Harvest Guide for 2012, which includes a free downloadable guide for picking fresh, local and seasonal foods to encourage and excite people about eating produce. Fitness Magazine featured this must-have eating guide and spotlighted Alton’s love for the fall harvest, when nutrients and flavor are at their highest levels. The guide encourages shopping at farmers’ markets for fresh items to prepare at home and finding restaurants that are offering seasonal fare.

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Comments (10)

  1. Betsy says:

    I love Food Network and have watched it for years! But now it has gotten to be more "reality tv" than cooking. In my area all they are showing is "Chopped". One episode a day is fine but episode after episode of reruns everyday is to much. What has happened to the cooking shows? I have started watching Cooking network because they actual COOK! some of it may be wierd but at least they are cooking!!! Please go back to showing "how to cook shows" Thanks

  2. sam says:

    I agree with you Betsy, I like to watch more cooking show and I love Aarti party I wonder why they change her show timings, is the ceo of the food network is ok! i want food network to repeat aarty party more.

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  5. Madeleine M Clark says:

    I loved your recipe with the lentejas but have two questios. What are gherkins. I live in Costa Rica and have no idea what they are. Thank you

  6. Sherry says:

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