Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash

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This easy-to-make, but intriguing side dish is just as refreshing at a family picnic or a summer cookout.

Perfect for snack time, roasting your own pumpkin seeds is simple, tasty and fun. We give you a few options for spicing up these crunchy goodies, or feel free to make your own spice combinations.

Artichokes stuffed with a lemony whole grain mixture are a seasonal treat.

Spice up an ordinary fajita menu with this marinated steak or serve it with grilled pineapple, bell peppers and flatbread, with a little yogurt to cool the heat. Consider wearing thin rubber gloves when you seed the pepper, then wash your hands well.

Serve these flavorful, buttermilk-marinated chicken legs as a crunchy baked alternative to fried chicken. They're tasty straight out of the oven, or even served cold. For a spin on the breading, use toasted wheat cereal in place of half of the breadcrumbs.

Shrimp is always a crowd pleaser, and this appetizer, which combines it with tangy fromage blanc, green onions and fresh citrus, is no exception. Make up to a day in advance, if you like.

These delicious crêpes boast a double-dose of mushroom flavor: first from aromatic porcinis added to a buckwheat batter and second from cooked mushrooms in an easy filling.

Parsnips and carrots give this potato pancake-style dish wonderfully sweet flavor. Taking the extra step to make clarified butter ensures a beautifully browned crust.

The Amazonian native paiche is firm and flavorful, making it an excellent fish for roasting. If you happen to have leftovers, the paiche and potatoes make wonderful fish tacos.

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Almond meal, made from ground blanched almonds, forms the nutty topping on this baked salmon with slowly caramelized sweet onions and fresh basil spooned over the top. Serve this dish as a main course along with roasted or mashed potatoes, steamed vegetables and a...

This recipe can be prepared a day ahead and assembled right before serving since allowing the shrimp to pickle and salsa to marinate overnight enhances their flavors.

Sweet and tart summer blackberries make the most delicious dressing for simple greens. Thawed, frozen blackberries can also be used, but keep in mind that they won't yield the same fresh flavor and texture.

This complete meal is simple to prepare and packed with flavor and nutrition. Use kale or spinach instead of the Swiss chard, if you like. Or substitute chicken legs or quartered breasts for the thighs, too.

There's nothing better on a winter morning than hot-off-the-griddle pancakes. This mix comes together in minutes and adds a special touch to a breakfast-themed gift basket. Package mix in a jar with a decorative ribbon.

Quick, easy and delicious, this chili is perfect for a stress-free weeknight dinner. The corn adds a mildly sweet flavor to the spicy sauce. Add a can of pinto or kidney beans for extra nutrition. Lean ground turkey or beef may also be substituted for the chicken...

Secret Ingredient: Wild Salmon

Tempeh's firm texture makes it a perfect match for the grill. In this delightfully simple recipe, tangy lime juice and Mexican spices mingle to create a remarkable marinade. Serve this tempeh with taco fixings or alonside a heaping platter of grilled vegeables.

This chicken salad is one of our classic Whole Foods Market dishes. The tender chicken breast, crunchy pecans and sweet grapes in each bite are hard to top.

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