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Our favorite recipes this week

We've rounded up some of our favorite recipes from the web to help give y'all some inspiration for the start of the fall season.

French Onion Soup

With cool and crisp weather just around the corner, we’re ready for fall dishes that are sure to warm us up. The first dish (more like a bowl, really) is French onion soup. After a cool fall day that feels like it is just never going to end, a soothing soup is what we need. With just cheese, onions and broth it seems like this would be easy. However, this recipe was tested in every way possible by Epicurious to reach the ultimate French onion soup. 

Perfect these steps and you’ll find yourself with a soup you’ll be making all season long. Indulge in the cheesy goodness and don’t forget to add the most important part: bread. Get the full recipe here.

 Layered Apple Pork Chop Bake

This will hit the spot any time of year, but especially when the apples are fresh and crisp. Not only will this dish get you in the spirit of the fall weather, but it will also become a new go-to favorite. A layered apple pork bake makes the most out of those seasonal apples plus pork chops with a sweet glaze, according to 12Tomatoes

You’ll be adding this to your list of fall-inspired dinners and may even end up eating it all year round. Get the full recipe here

Sour Cream Coffee Cake with Brown Sugar-Pecan Streusel

That’s quite a mouthful to say, isn’t it? If these last two dishes haven’t made you give into the fall season yet this one surely will. This coffee cake is the perfect combination of moist, yet still dense. It’s crisp, but still melts in your mouth. It’s the combination of streusel on top with a rich cake, according to America’s Test Kitchen

We must say, this coffee cake is the perfect reason to have dessert for breakfast. It will make your morning that much better. Get the full recipe here

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Elisabeth Schrock is a contributing writer for Southern Kitchen. She's a graduate of Duquesne University and has traveled around the world chasing good food. Born and raised in Georgia, she vows that you can take the girl out of the South, but you can’t take the South out of the girl. Oh, and she can never get enough of her dad’s homemade mashed potatoes.