Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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Serve with steamed or grilled vegetables, baked or mashed potatoes. Also try tucking under the skin of a whole chicken before roasting, or topping hot flaky white fish with a pat.

Hot Italian sausage, sweet tomatoes and fresh basil are tossed with bowtie pasta in this easy, flavor-packed summer dinner. Try this recipe with classic Italian pork sausage or leaner chicken or turkey sausage if you prefer.

Drizzle over berries or frozen yogurt or serve as a dip with sliced bananas, chunks of fresh pineapple and grapes.

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Secret Ingredient: Parmesan Rinds

This light, refreshing drink popularized in Central America is a terrific thirst quencher on a hot summer day.

This classic Southern pie is a treat with seasonal berries or stone fruits.

Thin chicken cutlets cook quickly and evenly, making this recipe a fast weeknight option. A pan sauce of lemon juice, white wine, capers and parsley adds vibrant flavor. Serve with a simple green salad or steamed vegetables.

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