Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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Our deliciously hearty take on tomato soup will warm up any meal. If you like, you can substitute 2 1/2 cups chopped frozen collards or other greens for the fresh collards in the recipe; the cooking time will remain the same.

We love these puddings with red grapefruit, but strawberries, raspberries or other seasonal fruits would also be terrific. Make the puddings in heart-shaped cups if you have them.

Thyme inflused honeyed walnuts are sprinkled over thick, creamy yogurt to make a luscious brunch side or dessert.

Creamy peanut butter and salty tamari anchor this hearty tofu-udon dish. The silky noodles, sauce and cabbage accented with color from the carrots and radishes make for a satisfying meal when served warm, at room temperature or even chilled.

Serve this delicious soup, based on a traditional Indian dish, with your favorite whole grain bread. It's a warm and comforting bowl of flavorful lentils and vegetables.

Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) is a high-protein, gluten-free ancient grain that cooks much like rice and has a texture similar to couscous. Combined with lemon, onions, wine, cashews and sundried tomatoes, you'll enjoy a carnival of flavors and textures.

For a variation on the typical green salad, try this warm winter version. Gently sautéed curly endive or escarole and radicchio create the base, while capers, olives, currants, pine nuts and orange zest make this salad dance in your mouth.

Any leftover salmon is great in green salads, pasta salads, omelets or sandwiches.

Spread this mustard on warm turkey sandwiches, whisk into salad dressings or serve as a dip with pretzels. Package for gift giving with our downloadable gift...

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Spoon leftover pickled peaches onto turkey or ham sandwiches or mix with cream cheese for a sweet and savory dip for crackers. Serve these pork burgers without the pitas, if you like.

Serve this creamy spread on grilled or toasted bread alongside grilled vegetables for a filling lunch or enjoy with crudités and crackers as the start to any summer meal.

Almond butter, brown rice crisps, raisins and agave nectar give this classic treat a wholesome update.

When summer fruits are at their sweetest, peaches make a worthy substitution for the strawberries in this recipe.

Any leftover salmon is great in green salads, pasta salads, omelets or sandwiches.

These easy-to-assemble burgers can be shaped ahead of time and cooked off when you're ready to eat.

Our rotisserie chickens are a sure deal (the highest quality bird for your buck!), but you can save even more by learning to cook a whole chicken. It's one of the best value choices for summertime grilling.

Save your best bottle for another day. For sangria, use a reasonably priced, reasonably good unoaked red wine with fruity, spicy notes. When peaches aren't in season, a ripe pear or an apple is a good substitute. We've added orange liqueur, which imparts a sweet...

Spoon this elegant snack onto crackers or toast and serve alongside fresh veggies or a salad for a light lunch. Use any leftover olive oil from the jar to make fragrant salad dressings or marinades.

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