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Pear and Ginger Crisp

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A liberal topping of streusel (shown here with Coconut Macadamia Streusel) makes the layer of fork-tender juicy-sweet pears a wonderful surprise. Top a serving with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, if you like, and you’ve got the perfect dessert for a brisk autumn evening.

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North African Spiced Salmon Over French Lentils

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Go to any French bistro, and you’ll likely find a dish of lentils and salmon. It’s a classic for good reason: Lean, mellow lentils complement the richness of the fish. This version includes a Moroccan-inspired spice rub on the salmon. As you eat, flake the salmon into the lentils to better distribute those aromatic spices throughout the dish.

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Spiced Coconut Carrot Soup

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Puréed soups are easy because they don’t require lots of knife work… but they can also be boring. Amping up the seasoning and topping with crunchy shaved vegetables and bright herbs makes it clear that this one’s not baby food.

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Gingered Butternut Squash Soup with Spicy Pecan Cream

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Dean Fearing loves the holiday feel of butternut squash, especially when it’s combined with ginger, as it is for his smooth, gently sweet soup. He tops it with whipped cream flecked with chopped pecans for a number of reasons: “Usually holiday soups have a dollop of cream-adding pecans gives it a dollop of flavor. And crunch. I think everything should have a little bit of crunch to it. Plus, this is Texas, and pecans are Texas.”

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Blistered Shishito Peppers with Miso

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Finger-long and typically mild (one in 10 is spicy), shishito peppers are sautéed, simmered, grilled and eaten raw all over Japan in the summer. This charred version from farmer Tadaaki Hachisu gets a salty, earthy, spicy hit from brown rice miso and fresh ginger.