Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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A double dose of vanilla—in both the yogurt and vanilla extract—makes this easy, baked breakfast dish irresistibly rich and fragrant. Serve at brunch, or cut into slices and pack for breakfast, to eat warm or cold.

Colorful vegetables, ground turkey, black-eyed peas and light cornmeal dumplings yield a highly flavorful and satisfying soup.

Tender lamb seasoned with cilantro, cinnamon, ginger and saffron joins chickpeas, dates, oranges and almonds in this classic Moroccan dish. "Tagine" refers to slowly simmered meat, fish and vegetable dishes that have both a sweet and savory flavor.

A fool is a classic English dessert made by folding puréed fruit into whipped cream. In this recipe we add refreshing mint and tangy plain yogurt to balance the rich cream.

Creamy havarti cheese is the perfect match for crisp spinach leaves and peppered turkey. Pack these rollups for your next picnic or barbeque.

Wheat berries have a slightly nutty flavor and nice chewy texture that makes them a great start to a salad with naturally sweet dried apricots and tangy shallots soaked in apple juice. Make sure to soak the wheat berries overnight to shorten cooking time.

This super recipe proves that a meal without meat can truly be nutritious and delicious. Give it a try and show the family how broccoli can be good without cheese and that baked tofu is yummy in anyone's tummy when done right.

This refreshing cold soup mixes sweet melon with garden favorites, cucumber and onion for a sweetened spin on traditional tomato-based gazpacho.

This terrifically flavorful, colorful bark is ideal for holiday gift giving. You can break it into shards and place in small boxes between layers of parchment paper or wax paper, or pack them in plastic bags and tie the top with a ribbon.

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Beef coated in sesame, garlic and crushed red pepper has a rich flavor and nutty, spicy finish. Served atop spinach tossed in a simple citrus-miso dressing, this meal can be prepared in a snap. Pair with a side of steamed brown or white rice.

Quinoa takes the place of traditional bulgur in this flavorful salad. It can stand alone as a vegetarian main dish, thanks to quinoa's protein content, or be served as a side dish or sandwich filling.

This kid-friendly noodle salad uses sesame tahini and toasted almond butter for rich nutty (but peanut-free!) flavor. Add leftover chicken, pork or shrimp if you like.

These yummy bars are great for dessert, perhaps with ice cream, yet also work well in the lunchbox. Oats, sunflower seeds and dried fruit provide great flavor along with their nutritional benefits.

This classic tomato-meat sauce is even better the next day and it freezes well for up to a month. Slow cooking draws out the flavors of the aromatic vegetables and tomatoes. Make a pot on the weekend and turn to it during the week for quick meals.

Look no further than your pantry for the ingredients needed to assemble this quick weeknight recipe.

This simple-to-prepare dish features fresh clams and linguine in an aromatic white wine broth.

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