Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash

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A colorful, satisfying bowl of chili that packs plenty of flavor — even for the most dedicated meat eaters.

This simple mixture of tofu, spices, garlic and black beans makes a robust filling for tacos. Pack leftovers to assemble tacos for lunch.

Sweet honey, salty tamari, tangy rice wine vinegar and hot red pepper flakes combine to make a delectable glaze for scallops. Try a robust honey in this recipe, such as buckwheat, eucalyptus or avocado to balance the strongly flavored tamari. Serve with wilted kale...

Roasting concentrates the sweetness and flavor of organic grapes, making them a delicious complement to rich salmon fillets.

This colorful tuna salad makes a satisfying lunch or dinner served alongside a pile of greens. We love the contrast in textures of the beans, walnuts, tuna and chewy sourdough.

A classic favorite, made easy with the slow cooker.

The nutritional yeast in this rich, vibrant green pesto lends a flavor similar to that of parmesan cheese in traditional pesto. Serve over pasta, whole grains, or steamed or grilled veggies.

These aromatic grilled kabobs made with ground beef are a wonderful way to enjoy the full flavor of grass-fed beef. Serve with tabbouleh.

This recipe is a superb showcase for rich salmon and tangy crème fraîche. If you'd rather not bake the salmon you could pan-sear or steam it instead, or use about 1 1/3 cups leftover or store-bought cooked salmon.

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Packed with apples, raisins, walnuts, carrots and coconut, these morning glory muffins are gently sweetened with sweet potato purée and applesauce. The purée and applesauce replace oil in the original recipe while adding tons of moisture and flavor.

Try this hearty fork-and-knife sandwich with crisp bacon, sweet red peppers and tender collard greens for a satisfying breakfast or brunch. Top with poached or fried eggs, too.

This creamy gratin of collard greens and crunchy parmesan bread crumbs is an ideal side dish for family meals, or top servings with a fried egg for a main course.

Roasted peanuts add a rich and toasted note to these pan-sautéed collard greens, made with red onions, garlic and dried chiles.

This collard greens salad is dressed with sherry vinaigrette, plumped currants and shaved Manchego cheese. It’s terrific eaten right away or made a day or two in advance and chilled until ready to serve.

Simmer sweet tomatoes with smooth balsamic vinegar and fresh herbs for a jam that’s great as a sandwich spread or when tossed with cooked whole grains.

Making croutons at home with no added oil or butter means these crunchy favorites will last longer in your pantry. While essential in side salads, croutons can make appearance in hot pasta dishes, as the base for stuffing or dressing recipes and in panzanella.

Creamy avocados and perfectly spicy jarred salsa make fast work of this game day snack. Serve this easy guacamole with black bean or sweet potato chips, or spoon onto tacos or burritos.

Spiked with fresh rosemary and parsley and piquant blue cheese, this fancy game day popcorn snack won’t last long.

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