Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash

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Here's a quick and easy dip that's bound to win nutrient-packed kale a few new fans. Serve with vegetable dippers or whole-grain crackers.

This seasoned yogurt mixture featuring the flavors of traditional Tandoori chicken provides a savory taste that pairs wonderfully with your favorite fruit chutney.

Serve with beans, warm tortillas and your favorite salsa.

Cooked farro has a nutty flavor and slightly chewy texture, both of which are particularly delicious in salads like this one. Use your favorite variety of apple to make this late summer and early fall salad. Sliced pears are a perfect match, too.

These fragrant sweets are perfect for packing in lunches. For a fun spin, add 1/2 teaspoon ground cardamom to the batter when you add the cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.

If clementines are unavailable, substitute 1/3 cup freshly squeezed juice and a little zest from a navel orange.

Looking for a new hot breakfast cereal to add to your repertoire? Give amaranth a try. Its nutty flavor is delicious with warm spices, maple syrup, cherries and walnuts.

Crunchy whole wheat bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese make a delicious topping for this holiday comfort dish of creamy noodles, leeks and turkey (use leftovers!).

Dried and fresh mango combine with creamy cashews, sweet raspberries and toasted almonds for a colorful dessert or brunch addition. Prepare all components ahead of time and assemble just before serving.

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This one-pot meal packs in potatoes, sausage, clams and mussels without a lot of prep. Serve with crusty bread for soaking up the flavorful juices. Be sure to set bowls on the table for the discarded shells.

This flavorful fusion salad combines Asian ingredients such as miso, edamame, daikon radish and dulse seaweed with Southwestern flair in the form of lime, avocadoes, pumpkin seeds and tortillas.

A tangy yogurt-dill vinaigrette is the ideal counterpart to this salad featuring smoked salmon, radishes, fennel and hard-cooked eggs.

This vegan version of the classic Niçoise salad features marinated tempeh in place of traditional tuna. The potatoes and green beans can be cooked ahead of time and chilled. Assemble the salad just before serving.

This salad takes its inspiration from some classic flavors of Brazil: hearts of palm, corn, black beans, avocado and cashews.

Creamy, spicy, fragrant and mildly sweet, the flavors of this tropical chicken salad are sure to delight and surprise. Leftover baked, broiled, grilled or rotisserie chicken works perfectly in this recipe. Use any remaining chicken salad for tasty sandwiches or...

Secret Ingredient: Rotisserie Chicken

This robustly flavored butter makes a great match to any grilled or pan-seared meat or full-flavored fish.

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