Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

Recipes

This savory gratin is perfect paired with corned beef or as a hearty vegetarian main. To serve a crowd, simply double the recipe and bake it in a 9x13-inch casserole dish instead. Substitute any veggies you have on hand, but be sure to keep the sharp cheddar and...

This classic cranberry sauce gets a little kick from honey-sweet clementines and a hint of cinnamon. If you have leftovers (you can only hope!), mix with your morning yogurt or spread on bread for a killer turkey sandwich.

This hearty loaf combines tofu with onions, carrots, garlic and parsley for a great alternative to meatloaf. Top slices of the tofu loaf with vegetarian mushroom gravy or pair with steamed brown rice.

These savory crisps are simple and irresistible, made from just two ingredients. If you like spice, add a pinch of cayenne, espelette or freshly cracked black pepper to the mixture before baking. Serve on the side of any crisp green salad or bowl of soup.

A quick marinade infuses steaks with citrus and garlic in this recipe. Delicious paired with spicy black beans and fried plantains.

Pomegranate seeds add beautiful color and juicy flavor to this simple grain salad balanced with peppery arugula and crunchy bits of celery.

Grated butternut squash and fresh nutmeg add earthy notes to these addictive sweets. To grate the squash, use a box grater or food processor. Make up to two days ahead, and cut them just before serving.

Silky, ripe mangoes and a combination of creamy coconut milk and flaxmilk are the keys to getting the decadent texture of this drink just right.

Serve this delightful spring soup with crusty bread or top with homemade croutons.

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These colorful kabobs are a perfect complement for summer salads and whole wheat couscous.

This colorful salad makes a great addition to any summer cookout. Try with feta and mint instead of goat cheese and basil, if you like.

This easy and quick salad is a great way to use leftover cooked salmon. Serve a spoonful atop a green salad with crispbread or large whole grain crackers.

Kids love this dish and thankfully it's easy to customize to their tastes. Start with the basic recipe then add cooked sausage, pepperoni or black olives, if you like. Little hands can spread the cheese or sauce, sprinkle the fillings or roll up the pasta.

If you thread this appetizer onto wooden skewers, be sure to soak them in water for 20 to 30 minutes beforehand to ensure they don't burn on the grill.

Fresh cherries are the crowning feature in this rich, picturesque pie. For a less-sweet crust, combine 1 cup graham cracker crumbs, 1/4 cup ground flaxseed and 3 tablespoons melted butter.

This fun lunch is ideal for kids to help make since they can roll up the meat and cut ingredients with a table knife.

These pancakes put a new spin on the the classic lunchbox sandwich. Let the kids measure the ingredients and stir the batter. Little fingers are perfect for pressing the buttons on the food processor, too.

This crowd-pleasing dessert is easy to assemble both ahead of time or just before cooking. Let kids make their own by choosing toppings that suit their tastes. Substitute your favorite fruit for the strawberries or use honey instead of chocolate chips, if you like...

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