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These delectable mussels make an ideal light bite to serve as an appetizer or as part of a tapas meal. The key to keeping mussels plump and tender is not to overcook them; watch them carefully and make sure you remove them from the heat the minute they open.

Cozy fall meals don’t get much easier than this quick soup that highlights the tartness of Granny Smith apples and the subtle licorice flavor of fennel.

Lentils, wilted kale and tender onion tangle together in a flavorful wine sauce flecked with bright sun-dried tomatoes. Serve the salad on its own or with hot cooked grains such as wild rice, barley or wheat berries.

A bit of grated beet adds a unique, colorful touch to this classic Passover condiment, a fruit and nut chutney that actually deserves a spot at any table any time!

These hearty scones are deliciously satisfying. Using a food processor to make the dough means quicker prep time and easy clean-up.

Add a sweet and spicy Asian note to the holidays with this effortless chicken dish. The savory spice mixture seals in the natural juices and ensures superbly tender meat, and the honey butter glaze adds a delightful finishing touch.

Try this drizzled over cooked or raw veggies, grains, pasta or any kind of salad. It's also good with crackers and chips as a luscious dip, or on a sandwich as a vegan alternative to mayo.

Tender young pumpkin stuffed with wild rice and cranberries makes for a fun and tasty dish. Serve as a light lunch or with an entrée of your choice, a fresh green salad, and a glass of dry rosé or white wine for a beautiful fall dinner.


Get your whole grains and veggies into crowd-pleasing meatballs with this easy recipe that will stretch your food dollar, too. Serve with your favorite pasta and marinara sauce or on a hoagie with cheese for a dynamite meatball sub sandwich.

Kids will love to help you make this healthy snack since it's fun to spread the nut butter and sprinkle the chocolate chips. No corer in the kitchen drawer? Slice the apples into rounds first then use a small cookie cutter to remove the core from the center of each...

Made with avocado and edamame, this guacamole variation is both creamy and fresh. Serve with raw vegetables like celery, carrots and radishes for dipping or alongside baked pita chips as a healthy snack or appetizer.

Next time you have the grill warmed up, throw on some extra corn on the cob to make this easy summer side dish. It's a great complement to any outdoor party.

These oat-packed cookie bars travel well and are serious crowd pleasers. Swap tart dried cherries or sliced dried apricots for the pecans to give them a fruity twist.

This balanced and addictive coffee cake is stuffed with blueberries and topped with slivered almonds.

Top this hearty breakfast favorite with any dried or fresh fruit and sweeten with honey, agave nectar or turbinado sugar, if you like. For added flavor and texture, sprinkle ground flaxseed or wheat germ over the top just before serving.

If you're in the mood to make your own pesto, this recipe has some extra oomph thanks to a whole pound of fresh spinach. Keep this dish in mind when cooking for pint-sized eaters, too, since it's the perfect way to sneak more veggies onto their dinner plates.