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Fall is the time when the colors of the leaves are changing and the weather is mild. The dip in the weather means it's time to cozy up with some warm food and eat some seasonal fruits and veggies. Keep reading below for some fall-inspired recipes. ZESTY SQUASH SOUP Try warming up this fall with this Zesty Squash Soup; butternut squash and pie pumpkin blended with curry and chili powder and then topped with pumpkin seeds. For an added kick try adding red pepper flakes. Get the recipe here.   WILD RICE AND KALE APPLE SALAD Hearty kale mixed with apples, wild rice, carrots, green onions, walnuts and dried cranberries, then coated with a tangy apple cider vinaigrette. Get the recipe here. FRIED APPLE AND CHICKEN GRILLED CHEESE A fresh twist on a comforting classic. The combination of apples, cheese and chicken make for a sweet, yet savory sandwich. Mix it up

Halloween is right around the corner! Whether you’re hosting a Halloween Party or if you just want to have some fun with the family, these treats will surely get you into the spirit! Tricks to Make Your Own Treats Making your own scary treats can be half of the fun. You and your guests will enjoy eating them as much as you enjoyed making them. Fruit Monsters To make fruit monsters, cut an apple into 4 wedges. Next, on the side of the apple that still has skin on it, use a knife to cut out an indent for the mouth. Be careful not to cut all the way through because then you would have to start over.  Now you have your canvas for a scary face. Use things like slivered almonds, marshmallows, sunflower seeds or pepitas for teeth. You can get the teeth to