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Amazing Autumn Recipes

Autumn is here and with it comes gray skies, and colorful leaves, but one aspect of this season that's vastly overlooked is the fall cuisine. Don't worry though because while you were busy studying for exams, we chose our favorite autumn recipes for you and put them in one place so you can focus your attention on the things that matter most like pumpkin spice lattes and choosing which sweater to wear to lecture.  So throw on your hoodie and get ready to spend some quality time with your kitchen because the only way to describe these recipes is perfect. 


ACORN SQUASH

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Scrumptious and easy to prepare, acorn squash is perfect for college students! All you have to do is remove the seeds, season to taste, and roast for an hour which is super convenient for students who would rather spend time socializing and doing work than attending to their dinner. Containing tons of vitamin C and fiber, this is a no brainer for students with limited time and budget! Check out the full recipe here

PUMPKIN SOUP
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When the weather gets cold and wet, nothing is better than some hot soup and this amazing pumpkin soup is among the best we've tried! It's thick, creamy, chock-full of savory autumn flavors. Slightly more complex to prepare than the acorn squash, this delicious soup is well worth the extra effort and still only requires five minutes of prep time!

CHARRED GREEN BEANS

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What if we told you that with only four cheap ingredients and a low prep time, you could enjoy a dish that's not only incredibly tasty, but about as healthy as it gets? If it sounds too good to be true, that's only because you haven't cooked yourself this delicious grilled green been recipe from Country Living and if you haven't, you're missing out!

HONEY GLAZED SCALLOPS

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If you've only got 15 minutes and are in need of a meal that's protein packed and tastes ridiculously good, these glazed scallops are for you! Step one is to sear the scallops and step two is is to prepare the glaze which consists of soy sauce, honey, mustard, and apple cider vinegar. If you're wondering what step three is and confused why we didn't mention it, that's because there are only two steps! Like we said, this recipe is quick, easy and delicious. But let's be honest. Even if it took an hour to prepare this dish, it would still be worth it because it's actually that good. 

Good recipes deserve a good kitchen and there's no better place to find yourself one than Twin River Commons! The beautiful, state of the art cooking spaces in each unit come fully equipped with a microwave, dishwasher, garbage disposal, stove, oven, and gorgeous marble countertops! If this sounds great, wait until you see the rest of the beautiful property! 

Come in and take a tour at 45 Washington St in downtown Binghamton today, or check out the virtual tour and see why Twin River Commons is right for you!