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10 cheesy pastas to make this fall

Here are 10 ways to love fall, beyond the farmers market

We get it: It's apple season, pear season, squash season, pumpkin season. We get that it's getting cold now and that the tomatoes are dwindling. We get that there are pies waiting to be made, soups ready to be simmered, new produce and new recipes and new dishes to try.

But at the end of a fall day, when it's dark and cold, when those apples and pears and squashes are sitting prettily on our counters, don't you really just want a bowl of cheesy pasta for dinner?

We've got your back. Here are 10 ways to love fall, beyond the farmers market.

Martha Stewart's macaroni and cheese by Genius Recipes

Grandma DiLaura's Italian ricotta gnocchi by cdilaura

Al Forno's penne with tomato, cream & five cheeses by Genius Recipes

Birthday lasagna by Merrill Stubbs

Spaghetti carbonara by brette warshaw

Cavatelli with asiago oat crumbs by QueenSashy

Macaroni peas by Nicholas

Jennie's homemade manicotti by Jennifer Perillo

Pasta al forno with pumpkin and pancetta by Merrill Stubbs

Baking sheet macaroni and cheese by Amanda Hesser

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