Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash

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These noodles are served traditionally at Chinese New Year's feasts. An ancient Chinese belief holds that long noodles are the key to a long life, so don't cut the noodles as you eat them.

Secret Ingredient: Whole Foods Market Eggs

Pour this fragrant, refreshing tea at brunch, or pack it into your picnic basket. Real fruit offers real flavor and nutrients, and berries are some of the most nutrient-dense foods. For a more festive presentation garnish with fresh mint.

Sweet mandarin oranges are a great match for carrots in this flavorful side dish. Consider doubling the recipe for a holiday crowd. It’s terrific at room temperature or quickly reheated on the stovetop, so you can easily make it up to two days ahead of time.

For an authentic taste to this classic Greek salad, also called Saláta Horiátiki, use Greek olive oil, Kalamata olives, sheep or goat's milk feta and fresh oregano.

Crunchy jicama and bright, tender beets are the perfect duo in this bright salad. When in season, substitute blood oranges or grapefruit when for the oranges. If you're in a hurry, skip the marinating time for the beets.

Having a quick energy-boosting snack on hand when you're on the go is helpful to keep hunger (and your mood!) in check. Try this simple recipe, using whatever dried fruit and spices you have on hand.

Perfect for breakfast on the go or a quick snack, these moist and chewy granola bars can be customized with any combination of nuts, seeds and dried fruit.

California is known for trend-setting cuisine and much of that is based on the culinary influence of its citizens, including a large Asian population. Here's a simple take on a cold noodle salad. Add baked tofu, chicken or shrimp if you wish, but it's delish as is...

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Experiment with different varieties of apples and dried fruit to make this maple-sweetened treat, delicious for dessert or breakfast. Top servings with spoonfuls of yogurt or a drizzle of cream, if you like.

This delicious fish dish for one cooks in no time with no mess--the perfect meal! Serve with steamed rice or buttered pasta and a green salad.

This broiled omelet can be thrown together after a busy day with minimal clean up. Experiment with different kinds of mushrooms; they all pair well with salty ham. Savory and delicious either hot or at room temperature, this frittata works well for breakfast, lunch...

This flavorful brisket develops a rich, slightly sweet sauce during its three-hour cook time. Arrange any leftover brisket and roasted vegetables between slices of whole wheat bread for an easy lunch.

Tilapia's mild flavor is built on with a creamy topping that everyone will love and you will love how easy it is to put together! Round out your meal with roasted potatoes and a green salad.

This tasty pasta dish can be prepared for about $3.17 per serving. Enjoy with bread and a fresh green salad on the side. Ingredients with an asterisk (*) are available as Whole Foods...

A show-stopper! Make the pesto a few days ahead-or purchase pesto-and then it's just minutes to a beautiful meal. The skin on one side and pesto on the other keeps the fish deliciously moist.

You'll never go back to plain old fried catfish after you try this! And, it is a great recipe for dinner guests…nice flavor and presentation at a price that lets you splurge on a fancier dessert and better wine.

These stovetop candied walnuts, scented with orange zest and drizzled with melted dark chocolate, are the perfect holiday gift or cocktail party treat.

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