Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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Grilled summer veggies add flavor and substance to this popular salad. It makes a wonderful light meal on its own, or serve it alongside a simple main course such as grilled fish or chicken.

These super-savory, veggie-packed tacos are an excellent breakfast or brunch treat. You can make the hash several days ahead and reheat it in a microwave or on the stovetop with a little added water or vegetable broth.

An elegant yet simple way to dress up asparagus. Grilled spears are tied together with chives and topped with a flavorful orange vinaigrette.

Sweet mangoes, tangy Dijon mustard and honey make an ideal dipping sauce for 365 Everyday Value® Breaded Chickenless Nuggets or Organic Crunchy Pretzel Sticks. The kids will love it, and so will you!

This easy dish makes a wonderful appetizer for company. Have your fishmonger crack the crab legs (or do it yourself with a heavy knife) so they absorb more of the seasoning as they heat and so that the meat is easier to remove from the shell.

Prepare this easy breakfast or brunch dish the night before and most of your work is done before the guests even arrive. The size of baguettes can vary, so simply keep in mind that each time you layer the bread in this dish it should be a single layer only.

Chia seeds soaked overnight turn into a simple pudding, similar in consistency to tapioca.

A holiday favorite, this pecan pie is made with pure maple syrup.

Everybody will say how good this is--and nobody will know how good it is for you. If you happen to have leftovers, it's also great for breakfast or dessert. For an extra sweet touch, add chopped fresh pineapple or use pineapple juice instead of orange juice.

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These quick scones are delicious on a breakfast or dinner table. Their easy preparation in the food processor cuts down on clean-up time, too. If you like, make smaller scones and decrease the baking time.

These sweet rolls are perfect to serve when you have company since you can easily make them the day before. Bake the rolls first thing in the morning and your guests and family will wake up to the sweet scents of cinnamon, walnuts and dates.

This sweet, herb-brined turkey makes an impressive centerpiece for any holiday meal. The delicious pan drippings create the base of an inventive gravy.

This beloved Guatemalan main course, also called pollo en jocon, is best served over rice with corn tortillas on the side for soaking up the rich and tangy tomatillo and green onion sauce. If you like, use parsley as a flavorful substitute for the cilantro...

Earthy spices combine beautifully with the natural sweetness of baby carrots and honey. Prep time is just minutes for this easy-to-assemble side dish. A perfect complement to roasted turkey, chicken or pork.

Milk chocolate, semisweet chocolate and chocolate hazelnut spread flavor this decadent sweet and sour treat. Fudge holds up well when wrapped tightly and kept refrigerated, so make this a few days in advance, if needed.

The secret ingredient in these elegant gingerbread cookies is freshly ground black pepper. It adds just enough flavor without making them too spicy for children. Little hands will come in handy for the twisting, so make room for the kids.

These easy-to-make holiday cookies are reminiscent of peppermint patties, a winter favorite. And the best part? No cookies cutters required!

Make and frost this old-fashioned double-layer cake a day or two in advance, if you like. Simply keep it covered in the refrigerator until ready to serve and the tangy buttermilk and applesauce in the batter will help to keep the cake moist.

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