Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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Drizzle this tangy dressing over green salads or steamed veggies.

This simple preparation of cod has been a favorite for generations.

Make a pitcher of this refreshing ginger drink to add some sparkle to your outdoor parties this summer.

This easy, throw-together snack, a mix of nuts and crowd-pleasing munchies like cheese crackers and pretzels, can be spruced up even further with dried spices. Simply add mild curry powder, cayenne, pimentón (smoked paprika) or dried onion flakes to taste before...

This vibrant, fully cooked ceviche is made with simple poached salmon, but you could use leftover grilled salmon instead. And feel free to add serrano or jalapeño pepper if you like it spicy.

This showstopping tart makes a great brunch dish, but would be especially fun served at a picnic. Slice the juicy, ripe heirloom tomatoes just before serving.

These tasty fajitas are deliciously quick to make. Splitting the chicken breasts ensures that they broil quickly. To split them, place on a cutting board and use a sharp knife to slice them evenly through while you apply slight pressure on top with the other hand...

Use leftover compound butter tossed in pasta, spread on freshly baked biscuits or melted into a fresh vegetable sauté.

These meatballs are a common find in tapas bars all over Spain. Wet your hands before forming the meatballs to keep the pork mixture from sticking to them.

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Inspired by the cuisine of coastal-Mexico, this unique recipe blends fresh, plumb shrimp with sweet, peak-of-season corn, zesty red bell peppers, green onions, cilantro, cool mayonnaise and piquant jalapeño peppers for a superb summer sandwich.

A "causa" is a dish of layered ingredients which is served cold as a light entrée or first course, making it ideal for warm weather entertaining.

Pair these rollups with potato salad or coleslaw and ice cold lemonade for a perfect outdoor lunch.

This isn't the same sesame chicken you're used to. Instead of being fried, this version is baked, with crisp, juicy results. Make with chicken legs or thighs, too, if you like, and serve with steamed brown rice and a green salad topped with sesame dressing.

Roasted peanuts, bittersweet chocolate and just a touch of salt, what's not to love? These cookies are downright irresistible.

Our version of this provençal specialty is perfect for a lunch or light dinner. Add a crusty baguette and a glass of wine and you'll be instantly transported to the Cote d'Azure.

This kid-friendly sandwich is a snap to make for busy moms and dads and it melts beautifully in a toaster oven, too. Grown-ups might like the sandwich layered with fresh tomatoes and pesto instead of marinara sauce.

Bright lemon zest, briny capers and salty anchovies complement each other in this Mediterranean version of the classic deviled egg. Omit anchovies if you don't like them, or garnish with a tiny sliver of an anchovy fillet if you like them a lot!

Use this same method to make any style pizza you like. Simply top with items that suit your taste like pepperoni, diced ham, sliced peppers and onions or crumbled feta cheese.

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