Recipe of the Day: What to Cook in October 2012

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Halloween Deviled Eggs

For easy-to-eat bites that won't intrude on trick-or-treating time, look to Ellie's deviled eggs, made in less than 25 minutes.

Get the Recipe: Devilish Eggs

Ina's Spiced Squash Soup

Take advantage of seasonal butternut squash and crisp apples in Ina's fill-you-up soup. Top it off with fresh scallions and crunchy cashews.

Get the Recipe: Roasted Butternut Squash Soup and Curry Condiments

Paula's Hot Spinach-Artichoke Dip

The secret to Paula's rich and creamy snack is a combination of Parmesan and pepper jack cheeses.

Get the Recipe: Hot Spinach-Artichoke Dip

Sliders Stuffed With Cheese

Cheese-stuffed burger patties are quickly broiled and finished with chipotle-laced onions and a ketchup-balsamic spread.

Get the Recipe: Spicy Juicy Lucy-fer Sliders

Chocolate Candy Pie

This no-bake pie features a chocolate pudding center and is topped with a mixture of your favorite chocolate-covered candy.

Get the Recipe: Chocolate Candy Pie

Halloween Party Punch

This fruity punch is made with cherry and lemon juices, bubbly Ginger Ale and fresh oranges.

Get the Recipe: Blood-Red Cherry Punch

Scary-Simple Individual Pizzas

Save time by using prepared pizza dough to make these spooky white pizzas topped with creamy ricotta, Parmesan and mozzarella cheeses.

Get the Recipe: Individual Spooky White Pizzas

Robert's Big-Batch Pumpkin Lasagna

Robert's five-star lasagna features layers of wine-spiked tomato sauce, pumpkin puree, fresh zucchini and a trio of Italian cheeses.

Get the Recipe: Pumpkin Lasagna

Halloween Finger Food: Pigs in a Blanket

Make a fun and tasty Halloween snack: Wrap cheese-stuffed hot dog "mummies" with flaky phyllo dough and bake until the pastry is crispy.

Get the Recipe: Crispy Phyllo Wrapped Hot Dog Mummies

Paula's Halloween Party Cheese Ball

Paula adorns a classic cheese ball with colorful veggies to create a Halloween-themed snack.

Get the Recipe: Cheese Ball Goblin

Pork Roast With Garlic

This classic Sunday supper features a moist roast that's rubbed with cumin and garlic and cooked until tender.

Get the Recipe: Slow-Roasted Pork with Citrus and Garlic

Caramel Apple Cake

Laced with crisp fall apples and fresh orange zest, this crowd-pleasing cake is drizzled with a caramel-pecan topping.

Get the Recipe: Caramel Apple Cake

Easy, Juicy Steak Dinner

Food Network Magazine's tender steaks are marinated in Worcestershire and hot sauces, then seared and finished with a tangy blue cheese-parsley butter.

Get the Recipe: Steak With Blue-Cheese Butter and Celery Salad

The Pioneer Woman's Top-Rated Mac and Cheese

Ree Drummond's extra-cheesy macaroni and cheese can be eaten straight off the stove or topped with additional Cheddar and baked until golden brown.

Get the Recipe: Macaroni and Cheese

25-Minute Chicken Stroganoff

Rethink traditional stroganoff and let chicken star in this easy weeknight meal instead of beef.

Get the Recipe: Chicken Stroganoff

50 Things to Make With Apples

Celebrate autumn's apple bounty with some of Food Network Magazine's favorite apple recipes.

Ina's Tomato Soup and Grilled Cheese

Made with crushed tomatoes and a splash of cream, Ina's hearty tomato soup is finished with bite-sized grilled cheese croutons.

Get the Recipe: Easy Tomato Soup and Grilled Cheese Croutons

The Neelys' Spicy Chicken Wings

Complete your tailgate spread with Gina and Pat's chicken wings, coated in a cayenne-spiked batter and fried until golden brown and crispy.

Get the Recipe: The Neelys' Spicy Fried Wings

Alton's 5-Star Pumpkin Bread

Alton's cinnamon-laced loaf is made with shredded fresh pumpkin and studded with pumpkin seeds.

Get the Recipe: Pumpkin Bread

Giada's 5-Star Chicken Dinner

This rustic recipe features bone-in chicken that's simmered in a white wine sauce with peppers and capers.

Get the Recipe: Roman-Style Chicken

Melissa's Easy Pork Shoulder How-To

Make Melissa's moist pork shoulder for dinner tonight and serve leftovers for lunch tomorrow.

Get the Recipe: All-Purpose Pork Shoulder

Paula's Roasted Potatoes With Garlic

Paula tosses two-bite red potatoes with crushed garlic and fruit in extra-virgin olive oil and bakes them until tender.

Get the Recipe: Oven Roasted Red Potatoes with Rosemary and Garlic

Buffalo Chicken Salad

This five-star salad combines everything you love about buffalo wings: chicken coated in hot sauce, crunchy celery and creamy blue cheese dressing.

Get the Recipe: Buffalo Chicken Salad

Creamy Cajun Mac and Cheese

This decadent pasta dish is made with andouille sausage, Cheddar cheese and a rich Cajun-spice blend in only 30 minutes.

Get the Recipe: Cajun Mac and Cheese

Guy's Tailgating Chicken Wings

Complete your game-day spread with Guy's no-fail chicken wings, dressed with an Asian-style sauce.

Get the Recipe: Tailgating Asian Wings

50 Waffles and Pancakes

Start off your weekend with a stack of fluffy flapjacks and syrup-topped waffles from Food Network Magazine.

The Pioneer Woman's Perfect French Fries

Ree Drummond recommends serving her deliciously golden, crispy fries with a tangy combination of ketchup and mayonnaise.

Get the Recipe: Perfect French Fries

Savory Baked Apples

Serve these tender apples with pork or chicken for an easy fall-inspired supper.

Get the Recipe: Baked Apples with Fennel

Alton's Good Eats Meatloaf

Moist and juicy, Alton's no-fail meatloaf is topped with a ketchup-cumin glaze.

Get the Recipe: Good Eats Meatloaf

Creamy Fettuccine With Lemon

Ready to eat in just 20 minutes, this creamy pasta gets tang from lemon zest.

Get the Recipe: Lemon-Pepper Fettuccine

Ina's Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Ina's easy weeknight dish is made with just four ingredients. It's a five-star side that’s sure to please.

Get the Recipe: Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Tailgate-Ready Chili

Packed with fill-you-up beans and beef, Ellie's big-batch chili is a weekend staple that will feed a crowd.

Get the Recipe: Three Bean and Beef Chili

The Pioneer Woman's Weekend Breakfast

Wake up to a plate of Ree Drummond's sunny-side-up eggs, best served atop a cheesy potato hash.

Get the Recipe: The Eggbert's Sunriser

Ina's Ultimate Grilled Cheese

Ina uses a combination of gruyere and cheddar cheeses to make her grilled sandwich deliciously gooey.

Get the Recipe: Ultimate Grilled Cheese

50 After-School Snacks

When after-school snack cravings hit, look to Food Network Magazine's collection of quick-to-prepare munchies.

Easy One-Bowl Brownies

Treat yourself to a midweek dessert of rich, moist chocolate brownies, best topped with your favorite munchies, like marshmallows, pretzels or candy.

Get the Recipe: One Bowl Cocoa Brownies

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