Fall Pesto Recipes, For When You've Run Out Of Summer Basil

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Most people hear the word pesto and they think basil. That's because the kind of pesto most people are familiar with hails from Liguria, where basil grows abundantly. But pesto can include just about any herb that has been pounded with cheese and nuts, which means that pesto can be enjoyed any time of year, not just during the summer months when basil is plenty.

Our definition of pesto is even a little more relaxed these days, including pureed veggies too. From broccoli to beets to oregano and thyme, there are many ways to make and enjoy pesto throughout the colder months. Here are a few recipes to get you started:

Arugula Pesto
Foodie Crush
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Pistachio Kale Pesto With Zucchini Noodles And Cherries
Edible Perspective
Roasted Beet Pesto
The Roasted Root
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Oregano-Hazelnut Pesto
Simple Bites
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Broccoli Pesto
Gimme Some Oven
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Brussels Sprout Pesto
Multi Culti Kitchen
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Thyme Pesto
James Ransom/Food52
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Cashew Tarragon Pesto
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Arugula Walnut Pesto
For Me - For You
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Swiss Chard Pesto
Karis' Kitchen
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Kale Pistachio Pesto
Chez Us
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Sun-dried Tomato Pesto
Foodie's Arsenal
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Spinach Pesto
Chef In Training
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Celery Almond Pesto
She Simmers
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