Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash


A jar of delicious cookie mix makes a great homemade gift, and these festive oatmeal cookies are particularly easy to mix up. Be sure to use old-fashioned (not quick-cooking) oats in this recipe for best texture.

Cooking beans at home is renowned as a simple way to save money and provide the base for many a healthy meal. It requires little effort and they're easy to keep on hand in the fridge or freezer.

A combo of cocoa, oats, dates, almond butter and spices makes for naturally sweet treats, a healthier alternative during the holiday sweets season.

A tangy yogurt-dill vinaigrette is the ideal counterpart to this salad featuring smoked salmon, radishes, fennel and hard-cooked eggs.

Warm up the rice while you're cooking the vegetables, and this dish will be ready in less than 20 minutes.

Slow baking tofu in a sweet-and-spicy salsa-based sauce produces a deliciously caramelized flavor reminiscent of barbeque. You can serve the tofu cutlets warm out of the oven (they're perfect with rice and beans), or cool them and try them in wraps or on top of...

Filled with sweet-tart jam and crowned with toasted coconut, these baked donuts make for a fun family cooking project.

Next time you prepare boneless, skinless chicken breast for dinner, cook a couple extra and slice them into strips for an easy lunch. In this recipe, we take leftover chicken strips and quickly make a "buffalo wings" inspired healthy lunchbox that's sure to please...

While unusual for many North Americans, miso soup often serves as a power breakfast in Japan. Miso is a high-protein fermented soy product with a salty flavor that can be very health-promoting. We call for aged, unpasteurized barley miso.


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.

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

Add diced grilled chicken breast or seasoned tempeh to make this salad a complete meal.

When recipes tell you to "soak beans for 8 hours or overnight," it doesn't always have to be exact. We like to soak beans in the morning, go to work, then drain and rinse them when we come home.

Serve with beans, warm tortillas and your favorite salsa.

This fresh-flavored side dish beautifully complements simple pan-seared lamb chops.

It's hard to believe when you taste them, but these sweet treasures are gluten free, egg free and dairy free. They're perfect for birthday parties, holidays or any occasion where there's a reason to celebrate with moist, delicious cupcakes.

Egg whites added to whole eggs gives this dish a light texture and helps to reduce the fat and cholesterol, while roasted veggies add lots of flavor as well as vitamins. If fresh asparagus is difficult to come by, substitute another fresh green like broccoli or...

Look for asparagus during the spring when the flavorful, fragrant stalks are at their best. Try it with roasted or grilled fish, but it's also great roughly chopped and tossed into hot pasta or whole grains, too.