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Recipes

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.

Cold lentils mixed with colorful vegetables, a touch of lemon juice and olive oil make a refreshing side dish for the summer table.

Panna cotta, Italian for "cooked cream," is a creamy custard served cold. This variation on the traditional dessert features eggnog as the flavor base, topped with warm spiced pears. The perfect finish to a holiday feast.

Prepare this simple, delicious recipe in a flash on a weeknight. All you need are great steaks, shallots, a splash of red wine and a handful of fresh herbs. Serve with buttered new potatoes and the green vegetable of your choice.

This colorful side dish comes together quickly with flavorful results.

Rich, gooey cheese and a crackling crisp outside makes an all-time favorite sandwich. This is a simple version, but you can dress it up with a sweet-tart jam like plum or sour cherry, strong mustard or flavored mayonnaise…try curried! You could even add bacon, ham...

Poaching is an easy technique to have in your back pocket for moist, flavorful salmon every time. Here, the poaching liquid and cream sauce are infused with fresh rosemary.

Hearty and rustic, this lamb loin is an impressive anchor for any menu. Bold red wine sauce balances the earthiness of mushrooms and lamb. Try this roast with steamed haricots verts (small green beans) and brown rice.

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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.

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.

Secret Ingredient: Wild Salmon

This elegant little appetizer features shiitake mushrooms sautéed with a touch of garlic, shallot and thyme. Sherry vinegar and wine add depth of flavor.

This slightly spicy chocolate sauce is easy to make and a great partner for bananas.

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 classic Thai dish lends itself well to substitutions. Double the agave nectar for a sweeter version or add more red pepper flakes to spice it up. We call for flavored, baked tofu, but you can also use plain extra firm tofu.

The flavor of this slaw is reminiscent of Chicago-style hot dogs with the distinct taste of celery seed. Excellent on a dog or as a tangy side.

Serve this Mexican-inspired hummus with raw veggies or tortilla chips for dipping, or spread it on sandwiches and wraps, too. Make sure to drain the black beans well, otherwise the hummus may be too thin.

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