Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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It's mac and cheese for summertime! Warm shell pasta delicately melts Pecorino Romano, blue and cottage cheeses into a satisfying salad. Serve warm, cold, or at room temperature — a perfect dish for your next picnic or potluck barbeque. Great served alongside fresh...

Serve this hearty soup with toasted dark bread, thinly sliced apple and a seasonal green salad. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.

This substantial meal will please even the heartiest of appetites on a cold winter's day.

Garlic and shallots add just the right amount of tang and flavor to this traditional, yet simple side dish.

Here's a quick and easy casserole based on the Greek classic spanakopita that replaces phyllo dough with matzoh crackers. If you like, you can stir 1/4 teaspoon grated nutmeg and 3 tablespoons chopped fresh dill into the spinach mixture for a richer flavor.

Tossed with spiced shrimp, onions, bell peppers and celery, and topped with juicy steak, this Cajun-inspired pasta is a delicious way for two steaks to feed a crowd.

A reader came up with this recipe when she wanted to create a holiday cookie free of refined sugar. The sweetness in these rolled-up cookies comes from dried fruit, applesauce, coconut and all-fruit preserves. Just right with a hot cup of tea or coffee.

Sherry vinegar adds a distinct savory flavor to sweet peppers that pairs well with smoked ham. These sandwiches are quite portable when wrapped tightly, so consider packing them in your lunch box for work or a picnic. Pack a few potato chips to eat along with the...

This creamy dressing is at its best when tossed with crisp romaine or iceberg lettuce. Use it as a dip for raw carrot and celery sticks, radishes and steamed asparagus spears, too.

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Using the meat from a rotisserie chicken is a convenient shortcut for making this tempting main course salad. Serve over lettuce and chopped fresh veggies for lunch, dinner or picnics.

Summer green beans are here! Perhaps other beans, too, so substitute any of the three beans with what you can get on sale or from your garden...or the neighbors'.

Boneless, skinless chicken thighs not only cost less than chicken breasts, but have more flavor. If you're in a hurry, use our rotisserie chicken instead--the same great birds raised to the same great standards as in our meat department. Customers flock (!) to our...

These Dijon mustard-spiked salmon cakes are a great light dinner with a big green salad and can be made into smaller patties for the perfect one-bite appetizer.

Potato salad is one of those dishes that can help limit the cost of a summer get-together. Learn to make this one, then try a few of your own special touches--maybe curry powder, chopped hard-cooked eggs, black olives or roasted red peppers?

Super yummy, main-course pizzas at a bistro-beating price or cut them into wedges for a party appetizer. Aside from our amazing naan bread, the secret is the goat cheese, but one of the great things about pizza is you can use whatever toppings 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.

Having a quick energy-boosting snack on hand when you're on the go is helpful to keep hunger (and your mood!) in check. Try this simple recipe, using whatever dried fruit and spices you have on hand.

Pair this classic combination of veal, capers, lemon and parsley with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc.

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