Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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Serve this big, delightfully puffy pancake right from the skillet, or transfer it to a platter by running a knife around the edges and then loosening the bottom with a spatula before sliding the pancake onto a platter.

Let this sandwich sit for several hours for the flavors to meld and the oil to impart the bread with a delicious flavor.

Secret Ingredient: Avocados

This recipe was sent to us by Tiffany from Atlanta whose mother made this dish before her. Although she baked her version, we prefer to cook ours on the stovetop for a more traditional slump. Drizzle servings with cream or top with dollops of crème fraiche, if you...

Apple cider's sweetness is a perfect foil for turnip's earthy character. Serve these alongside roasted chicken, pork or lamb.

Serve this rich breakfast or brunch treat—a fragrant cross between a quiche and a soufflé—as the main entrée. A fruit salad or crisp garden salad rounds out the meal perfectly, whether it's Easter, St. Patrick's Day or a breakfast-for-dinner weeknight.

This creamy, cool dessert has full fruity flavor and uses our popular ginger snaps for zing and a light crunch. Chia seeds add polka dots of fun, nutrients and help with texture. For even more fruit, garnish each serving with sliced fresh peaches.

Enjoy these spicy kabobs either grilled or broiled. Serve them with a side of brown jasmine rice and a fresh cucumber salad for a complete meal.

A classic spicy Italian sauce, this version uses no oil or anchovies, yet satisfies with plenty of flavor.

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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.

Serve this fresh chutney with rice, naan, grilled meats or tofu, and tacos. It is especially suited to meals that are rich in cheese or avocado, as the heat of the chutney cuts the creaminess.

Take our Light-n-Luscious Banana Bread recipe and stir in 1 1/2 cups vanilla soy or regular milk for the lightest, fluffiest pancakes ever!

A soufflé is surprisingly easy to prepare, especially if you have an electric mixer for whipping air into the egg whites. Soufflés do not wait, so serve them as soon as they come out of the oven. Enjoy with fresh fruit for brunch or a green salad for dinner.

This rich special-occassion pie is fun addition to a holiday dessert table.

Kielbasa are fully cooked smoked sausages traditionally made of pork, but also available made with beef, turkey or chicken. Paired with sweet apples and tangy onions, they make terrific, easy-to-prepare kabobs. The cooking time is short for these as the sausage is...

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