Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

Recipes

Use sole or flounder fillets to make this main course, too. Serve with sautéed spinach or kale on the side. The pumpkin seeds can be made ahead and stored in an airtight container at room temperature until ready to use.

Walnuts add a little crunch and brown rice takes the place of bread crumbs making these savory vegetarian burgers a great gluten-free meal. Serve with a green salad or cooked greens.

In this dish, a vibrantly colored pesto made from peas and fresh herbs dresses up whole wheat pasta. Try the pesto as a spread on sandwiches and crostini, too.

Peaches and walnuts make a summery, juicy, flavorful salad dressing.

A simple mixture of lime juice, fish sauce and soy sauce doubles as a marinade and salad dressing in this brightly flavored dish.

Enjoy these crispy baked fries as a lively snack or side. Baking at this high temperature requires a little extra attention but it will be worth it. Season using a blend of 1 to 2 teaspoons of ground spices such as ginger, paprika or cinnamon, if you like.

This beautifully colored sipper elevates your neighborhood lemonade stand. Be sure to taste the watermelon first. If it's very sweet, reduce the sugar. Offer some refreshment to the planet and economy by going organic and local when you can.

Thin chicken cutlets cook quickly and evenly, making this recipe a fast weeknight option. A pan sauce of lemon juice, white wine, capers and parsley adds vibrant flavor. Serve with a simple green salad or steamed vegetables.

Beef and root vegetables impart a rich, hearty flavor to this warm and comforting dish. Pair each bowl with sliced wholegrain bread, a small wedge of English farmhouse cheese and a crisp green salad for a truly satisfying meal. And remember, leftovers are perfect...

Pages

Spiked with fresh rosemary and parsley and piquant blue cheese, this fancy game day popcorn snack won’t last long.

Segments of sweet, tangy grapefruit and sour cherries are perfectly steeped in honey-sweetened rooibos tea. Whether for Valentine’s Day, or just a special breakfast or dessert, serve as is or spoon over Greek yogurt or ice cream.

Serve this one-pan dish of juicy tuna, sweet red onions and green olives over cooked brown rice for a quick and easy meal.

This vegetarian Cobb salad features crisp romaine and savory, raw collard greens topped with white beans, blue cheese, eggs, sweet peppers and creamy avocado. Scatter homemade croutons or crumble bacon over the...

Crumble this gluten-free, sweet corn and jalapeño cornbread over bowls of stewed black beans or chili. There’s enough to serve a crowd.

Concentrating the bright flavor of green onions, fresh garlic and dry white wine is the key to this ideal pot of black beans. Spoon over rice or expand with vegetables and broth to make a soup.

Tangy and comforting, these sautéed collard greens are rich with fresh fromage blanc and tender onions, and topped with savory turkey kielbasa.

For football games or Mardi Gras, try these gluten-free mini sandwiches, a super-tasty take on New Orleans’ famous sandwich. The irresistible muffaletta spread made with cauliflower, olives and fresh oregano.

Let your imagination run wild dipping all manner of goodies in rich, velvety dark chocolate. Dried and fresh fruits work great, but so do nuts, chips, crackers and cookies. If it’s Valentine’s Day or any other day, be sure to invite your sweethearts to help in the...

Pages