Roasted Asparagus with Lemon-Feta Crumble


We gave the classic British combination of sausages and Yorkshire pudding batter an update with the addition of roasted root vegetables and spinach. It makes an ideal brunch or lunch, or add a tossed salad and light red wine for a casual dinner.

Nutty, quick-cooking quinoa is a wonderful grain to use in this salad, but you could also use 3 1/2 cups of another cooked grain; barley, wheat berries or bulgur would work well.

This not-too-sweet bread is great for family gatherings. The flavor of the orange juice comes through and complements the apricots.

Paired with a fresh green salad, this pasta makes a meal in less than 20 minutes. Feel free to substitute grilled wild caught salmon, available fresh in the summer months.

Poaching is a tasty, healthy way of cooking seafood since it doesn't require any oil and preserves all of the flavorful juices that are released during cooking.

This flavorful fat-free salad dressing is great over spinach and arugula, and it's also delicious as a dip for pear or apple wedges or raw vegetables.

For a chunky version of this refreshing ice cream, stir a cup of chopped peaches or strawberries into the coconut mixture before transferring it to the ice cream machine for freezing.

This one-dish family pasta meal with crisp-tender summer squash, creamy white beans and tangy dressing is a cinch to make. Also makes a fabulous picnic dish.

Cajun flavors almost always include spicy cayenne and fragrant garlic. These pickles are delicious served in a tall glass of tomato juice or as a spicy side at your next crawfish boil. They'll keep well for up to a month in your refrigerator.


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There's more to fresh spinach fettuccine than its beautiful green color. It cooks up especially tender, with a hint of the bright flavor of spinach. As an alternative, use dried fettuccine, if you like.

Poaching is a tasty, healthy way of cooking seafood since it doesn't require any oil and preserves all of the flavorful juices that are released during cooking.

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

This taco salad features plenty of lettuce, corn, tomatoes and red onion topped with seasoned ground turkey and a drizzle of lime juice dressing.

Fresh parsley leaves, sweet cherry tomatoes and tart lime juice make a lively little salad for topping mild-flavored catfish. Substitute some of the parsley with cilantro, if you wish.

This delicious, guest-worthy recipe can be made a day or two ahead and provides a very nourishing meal for your money.

These elegant open-face sandwiches are a hit for brunch or lunch, and rotisserie chicken is the shortcut tip of the year. But all rotisserie chickens are not created equal. Ours are raised to taste better with stringent standards for quality and regard for health--...

Pasta Primavera literally translates to "Spring Pasta" and everyone needs to know how to make a big, beautiful pasta dish for warm-weather get-togethers. It's a crowd-pleasing, affordable contribution that goes with most anything, anywhere.