Easiest Lime Granita

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Roasting squash and apples intensifies their flavors. Use a mixture of winter squash varieties for a more complex taste.

Assemble this flavorful and filling salad in a flash.

If you don't have raw sugar on hand for sprinkling over the graham crackers before baking, substitute regular cane sugar. Serve these sweet treats with mugs of hot chocolate or tea or use to make old-fashioned s'mores.

Fresh light hors d'oeuvres topped with smoked salmon, chopped olives or our exceptional ham.

These burgers are full of delicious salmon flavor and get a boost from a crunchy, savory slaw. You can serve the burgers in your favorite hamburger rolls or just on their own.

Carrots, celery and greens make tasty additions to this quick tomato sauce with Italian spices. The nuttiness of whole wheat pasta adds to the deep flavors of the dish. You'll be eating dinner in no time!

Secret Ingredient: Pork Tenderloin

Marinate the skirt steak for several hours or overnight before grilling. Serve with your favorite dressing or a squeeze of fresh lime juice and a drizzle of olive oil.

Shrimp make a delicious and dramatic garnish for stuffed eggs. Cooking the shrimp only until they are opaque and immediately cooling them will keep them sweet and tender.

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This fragrant, whole grain dessert features coconut milk for richness and dried fruits for sweetness.

Cranberry sauce is de rigueur with Thanksgiving turkey. This version adds the lovely warmth and vigor of ginger to further differentiate it from all of the other flavors on the plate. Substitute more orange juice for the triple sec, if you like.

This rich, dark holiday bread is perfect as is. But if you're in the mood to dress it up, serve warm slices with a scoop of raspberry sorbet, dollop of lemon curd or smear of lowfat cream cheese.

Think carrot muffins with a unique twist. These muffins are moist and delicious, the perfect treat with a spot of afternoon tea.

Ginger and mint make this comforting mix particularly good for settling stomachs after the indulgence of holiday meals.

Serve as a side dish at any meal or as a main course with a green salad on the side. To make preparation a snap, use a mandolin to slice the potatoes.

If you don't have raw sugar on hand for sprinkling over the graham crackers before baking, substitute regular cane sugar. Serve these sweet treats with mugs of hot chocolate or tea or use to make old-fashioned s'mores.

Use this same batter to make smaller loaves for gift-giving, if you like, and download our gift tag.

These crunchy, hearty oatcakes are terrific eaten like crackers with savory or sweet accompaniments. Sprinkle with either salt or sugar before baking, then serve alongside soups and stews for dipping or spread with jam and enjoy with a cup of tea for breakfast or...

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