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Recipes

Traditional beef stews are cooked at low temperatures for long periods of time to tenderize tough cuts of beef. This recipe takes a shortcut by using a more tender cut of beef, reducing the overall cooking time and giving you a chance to get out of the kitchen.

In this unusual yet delightful pairing, thick-cut chops are soaked in a pear juice brine mixture, browned and then served with a piquant pear chutney. Enjoy this dish with spinach or green beans.

These easy cookies are crisp on the outside, rich and chewy on the inside, and delicious all the way through. They make a festive addition to a holiday cookie plate, but will delight coconut fans any time of year.

Layered with five different beans and aromatic dry ingredients, this “meal in a jar” is an affordable and impressive gift. Substitute other beans, such as colorful heirloom varieties, for any of those listed here (if they have similar cooking times).

Substitute golden raisins for the cranberries or pecans for the walnuts, if you like.

It doesn't get much simpler and tastier than marinating a whole organic chicken in one of our many Nature's Rancher Cooking & Grilling Sauces. There's a flavor to suit everyone's taste.

In this easy recipe, the salmon is cooked simply in a parchment paper packet with slices of lemon and fresh basil. Use any leftovers to make an out-of-this-world sandwich by layering the salmon with vegetable cream cheese and cucumber slices on slices of toasted...

Company-worthy roasted lamb is enhanced by the earthy, herbal flavors of caraway and rosemary. Take advantage of the time your lamb roast is resting to make these simple crispy onion rings, no fryer necessary.

Capers, sherry vinegar and Manchego cheese bring Mediterranean flair to grilled mushrooms and peppers. This dish can be served warm or at room temperature. Leftovers are equally delicious, so you may want to consider doubling the recipe.

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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.

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...

Serves these hearty potatoes with a spinach salad on the side for a complete meal.

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