We're not ready to let go of summer just yet, and it looks like you aren't either! At least based on your favorite recipes to make in August, which used plenty of fresh ingredients like summer corn — whether as the star of the show in our Mexican Street Corn recipe, or griddled and served alongside Rachael's Hot Honey 'n' Peanut Chicken Lettuce Wraps.
That being said, you also served up fall-friendly dishes like Rach's Beef, Bacon, Butternut and Beer Stew and Stuffed Zucchini, so you're ready for school lunches and weeknight dinners, no matter the temperature.
Check out the full list and get all 10 recipes below.
A sweet, spicy and crunchy chicken filling gets wrapped in crisp lettuce leaves and served with a side of creamy herbed corn.
Watch Rach make it in the video above!
A few key ingredients give classic dishes like shrimp scampi, rice and peas a delicious Spanish flair.
GET THE RECIPE: Rachael's Spanish Shrimp Scampi & Pimento Rice with Peas
Go southwestern with layers of spicy green rice, smoky beans and rotisserie chicken in a cheesy chipotle sauce.
GET THE RECIPE: Rachael's Chipotle Chicken and Black Bean Burritos
A heaping salad made up of crisp, crunchy and flavorful antipasti is served atop a breaded chicken cutlet.
GET THE RECIPE: Rachael's Chicken Milanese and Antipasti Salad
This twist on classic beef chuck stew is loaded with chunks of potato and butternut squash, plus bacon—simmered in lager beer mixed with beef stock, and fragrant spices.
GET THE RECIPE: Rachael's Beef, Bacon, Butternut and Beer Stew
Glazed chicken is served alongside fragrant jasmine rice and broccolini slicked with an umami-laden combo of black bean sauce and spicy pickled peppers.
GET THE RECIPE: Rachael's Dragon Chicken, Sesame Broccolini and Jasmine Rice
These Italian Sloppy Joes are made with Italian sausage (sweet and hot), Italian peppers AND Italian bread.
GET THE RECIPE: Rachael's Italian Sloppy Joes
Stuffed zucchini—a hearty and nutritious vegetarian dish—is perfect for fall.
GET THE RECIPE: Rachael's Stuffed Zucchini
The combination of mayonnaise, cotija and lime juice works wonders on corn.
GET THE RECIPE: Mexican Street Corn
A quick food processor tomato sauce and a smart technique that allows you to put the dry pasta directly into the casserole before baking makes this dish a cinch.
GET THE RECIPE: Rachael's Creamy Baked Ziti with Chicken and Cherry Peppers