Recipes at a Glance
Set the table for one of these favorite fall dishes! Look below to read comments from the submitter, plus rave reviews and wine pairing suggestions.
Oven Pot Roast
"This is so easy and tastes great. It makes wonderful gravy while it's cooking."
--Becky Smith, submitter
"This is the best tasting pot roast I ever had! So moist and juicy, cooked in a rich gravy sauce. Very easy to make!"
Try with a Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot or Syrah.
Pork Roast with Thyme
"This savory recipe is easy and delicious. It is my favorite recipe for cooking a pork roast. Serve with autumn apples and sweet potatoes."
-- Teresa C. Rouzer, submitter
"This is an awesome recipe and it will probably be the only way I make a pork roast from now on. It was wonderful! Great flavor, very moist and tender."
Pair with a Washington Riesling.
Glazed Meatloaf II
"This meatloaf is great! It's my husband's favorite. The glaze makes it delicious and moist."
-- Delia, submitter
"Ok, my boyfriend does not shut up about this meatloaf. If it were up to him I'd make it every night and it's hard finding a recipe that he falls in love with. The sauce is the trick--delicious."
Enjoy with a Zinfandel or Syrah.
"Easy to make, great anytime, and always a favorite."
-- George Couch, submitter
"I won the chili cook-off with this recipe last night. Everyone commented that they liked the combination of spicy and sweet."
Try with a Zinfandel or Syrah.
Baked Beef Stew
"A wonderful and easy beef stew recipe!"
"A direct quote from my husband: 'Best stew I have ever had!' No kidding. I loved it too because the taste was fantastic and it was so easy to make!"
-- Lindsay Ritchie
Pair it with a Syrah or Zinfandel.
World's Best Lasagna
"It takes a little work, but it's worth it."
--John Chandler, submitter
"My daughter forwarded this recipe about a year ago and we've been enjoying it ever since. It is absolutely, hands-down, the best lasagna we've ever had. The sauce is amazing and so worth the time!"
Enjoy with an Italian red like Chianti Classico or Barbera.
Beef Tenderloin With Roasted Shallots
"The shallot sauce takes some time, but is well worth the trouble. This is definitely a company dish, and the recipe doubles well for a larger party. Serve with a green salad and roasted vegetables."
--Christine L., submitter
"This is the best recipe I have found on this site ... period. Takes some time to prepare, but well worth the effort. It's a crowd-pleaser and a restaurant quality recipe. Highest recommendation!"
Try with a Merlot or Oregon Pinot Noir