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Fall is the perfect time to make this roasted acorn squash and sharp cheese mac from @justine_snacks. It’s full of herbs and spices since she has a vendetta against bland mac and cheese recipes.

Garlic might have been an ingredient you avoided as a child, but if you can’t get enough as an adult, you need to try this vegan garlic mac and cheese recipe from @minimalistbaker. It’s super creamy but great for anyone avoiding dairy too.

TikTok creator @cookiterica tried out a viral version of baked mac and cheese inspired by the baked feta pasta trend. Skipping the usual step of boiling the noodles saves of time making it a great quick family dinner.

TikTok user @amazing_grazers puts together an appetizing and varied charcuterie board that’s 100% gluten free using meats, cheeses, fruit, spreads, nuts, and two types of gluten free crackers.

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These decadently rich au gratin potatoes reflect the symmetry between the acclaimed chef Carlos Gaytán’s Mexican heritage and his French culinary technique which he brings to the table at Chicago’s Tzuco.

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Tomatoes are everywhere right now. After making tomato soup, ratatouille and bruschetta, toss your tomatoes into a pie with cheese and basil and see how they shine.

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If you’re grinding your own meat for this smash burger recipe, freeze cubes of chuck roast in the freezer first to make the process easier.

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This kid-friendly recipe is healthy and hearty, and it will taste even better in the summer thanks to the super fresh vegetables used. 

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Build plenty of pies with an open oven, mini stamp tools and all the fixings, including cheese, pepperoni and pineapple chunks. The set even includes classic pizza baking tools like a mini pizza peel. $19.99 at Amazon

Take advantage of all the delicious in-season heirloom tomatoes and try this recipe from @halfbakedharvest. The fresh basil brings out the flavor in the bacon, cheese, and tomato grilled cheese.

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Calling a product "You're welcome" — the approximate translation of the Italian word "Prego" — is an extreme act of confidence in whatever it is you're selling.

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Genuine Northern California tomatoes go into this sauce created by Chris Bianco and Rob DiNapoli. Given Bianco's pedigree (and the attractive label art), I expected greatness.

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Need a grab-and-go breakfast? Try this simple quesadilla hack from @feelgoodfoodie that contains just 5 classic breakfast burrito ingredients: a tortilla, eggs, avocado, salsa, and cheese.

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