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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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.

Chewy oats, rich coconut and crunchy sunflower seeds are an enticing combination in these cookies - a worthy treat for the lunch box or with afternoon tea.

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.

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

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.

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