Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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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.

This innovative recipe blends olives to create a richly flavored dressing, delicious on zucchini as well as other grilled veggies.

This addictively delicious, lemony goat cheese spread is packed with sweet nibbles of fresh corn and hearts of palm. Serve with ciabatta bread, spread onto sandwiches or serve as a dip with whole grain pita chips.

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.

With a little blender and freezer magic, raspberries, bananas and rich cashews make a sweet and flavorful "ice cream."

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.

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Baby shrimp are widely available frozen and precooked, so keep a couple of bags in the freezer for a versatile ingredient for a variety of meals. Mildly spicy with a creamy filling and a crunchy golden cheese topping, these peppers are sure to become a summer...

The unique crust on this pie, made with crushed pretzels and honey, is the perfect salty-sweet note for its custard-like filling. Use the same crust when you're making chocolate or lemon cream pies, too.

Sweet and juicy peaches are fantastic with this tangy buttermilk batter that crisps around the edges and is soft and tender in the center. Use peak-of-season fruits and serve with your favorite ice cream.

Fresh and sun-dried tomatoes blend together for a simply delicious tomato sauce that perfectly complements the herbed topping in this recipe. This breading method is also delicious for chicken and fish.

Heirloom tomatoes come in a rainbow of colors. In the summer, green, striped, yellow, orange and purple tomatoes can be purchased at the market. If available, choose three different colors to make this a gorgeous summer harvest salad.

Couscous easily rehydrates in hot water making it the perfect warm-weater grain since preparing it won't heat up your kitchen. Look for both whole wheat and regular varieties, either of which can be used in this recipe.

Juicy peaches are grilled and then tossed with smoky chipotles in adobo in this delicious summery salsa, which is also perfect with pork chops or grilled fish.

Assemble this flavorful and filling salad in a flash.

Although Gail in Dallas makes her version of this cornbread with jalapenos, we've fallen in love with gently spicy Anaheim chiles, at their best during summer months.

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