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Recipes

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.

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.

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.

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.

This pork stir-fry recipe includes a colorful crowd of vegetables such as mushrooms, peppers, water chestnuts, cabbage and snow peas. Aromatic ginger, garlic and scallions plus a touch of hot sauce provide the classic stir-fry flavors. Serve with white or brown...

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Crunchy jicama and bright, tender beets are the perfect duo in this bright salad. When in season, substitute blood oranges or grapefruit when for the oranges. If you're in a hurry, skip the marinating time for the beets.

Toss with cubes of tofu or diced turkey just before serving, if you like.

Celery leaves have the fresh, crisp flavor of celery with a much lighter texture than the stalks themselves. Stir the pale, inner leaves from a bunch of celery into this hearty squash dish.

Chocolate cake gets a fall update with pumpkin and warm spices.

Mirin is a sweet rice wine often used in Japanese cooking. If you don't have any on hand, substitute 1 tablespoon honey for the mirin instead.

These baked custards are perfect for entertaining, as they can be made ahead of time and chilled until ready to serve.

Bright colors and fragrant spice make these cookies a particularly delicious gift. Layer the dry ingredients in a jar then use a ribbon to attach the simple instructions for finishing the dough and baking the cookies.

Smoky almonds and pimenton (Spanish smoked paprika) are a particularly good match for sweet potatoes.

A new take on chicken and dumplings made with Thanksgiving leftovers. For leftover vegetables, choose green beans, carrots, peas, broccoli or others that were cooked simply with few other ingredients.

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