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Sweet honey, tangy vinegar and rich butter provide a balanced glaze for carrots. This dish makes a colorful accompaniment to roast beef or chicken.

To make a vegan version of this stuffing, simply substitute a nondairy option for the butter and bake the stuffing in its own baking dish.

Take our Light-n-Luscious Banana Bread recipe and stir in 1 1/2 cups vanilla soy or regular milk for the lightest, fluffiest pancakes ever!

Many thanks to one of our readers for sharing this polenta crust recipe, a great gluten-free option that everyone will enjoy. It can be used as a base for any toppings you fancy. Here a thin layer of goat cheese, sweet cherry tomatoes and sun dried tomatoes makes a...

Leftover roasted turkey or chicken are perfect in this hearty main course dish.

These tasty small bites are just the right combination of salty and sweet. Garnish with toasted walnuts or pecans instead of the almonds, if you like.

This frittata, chock-full of vegetables, is made with two types of tofu, and no eggs.

Sweet, salty and impressive on the plate, these Spanish-inspired stuffed dates are a cinch to prepare. They're most delicious when very hot, so try to get them to your guests as soon after they come out of the oven as possible.

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A bed of greens makes a delicious accompaniment to salmon. Serve with buttered rice or pasta if you like.

Achieve great flavor with just a handful of ingredients in this easy-to-assemble tomato and olive topping for fish. Look for roasted tomatoes on the olive bar.

This simple dish of baked fish topped with a fresh citrus-herb salt mixture can be easily prepared on a weeknight. Serve with brown or wild rice and a green salad.

This colorful side dish comes together quickly with flavorful results.

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.

Prepare this easy breakfast or brunch dish the night before and most of your work is done before the guests even arrive.

Skip the oven all together and top each ramekin of collard greens and grits with an over-easy egg, if you like. Spinach makes an excellent substitute for the collard greens.

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

This recipe is perfect for using up stale bread since its firm texture stands up to overnight soaking. A casserole stretches expensive ingredients by using them to flavor low cost ingredients so this meal is a good value when you need to feed a holiday crowd.

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