Roasted Asparagus with Lemon-Feta Crumble

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Who can resist a traditional hot Cuban sandwich with thinly sliced meats, pickles and melted cheese on perfectly pan-toasted bread? Our version is not quite traditional, but definitely delicious -- try piling on baby spinach, sliced red onion and roasted red...

Merguez sausages originated in North Africa and are typically made of lamb or beef and spiced with chiles that give the sausage its notable red color.

Pull together dinner in less than 25 minutes with a couple of helping hands from the freezer section. Wild salmon makes this a flavorful meal that the whole family will enjoy.

Summer sandwiches don't get more satisfying than this one with meaty grilled swordfish and juicy tomato squash salsa. Salsa can be made a day in advance, and try any leftovers on a grilled cheese using 365 Everyday Value Colby Jack.

The popular dish of chicken or tofu and veggies in a sweet and tangy sauce is simple using whole-grain chicken nuggets or pre-baked tofu or try our Easy Baked Tofu. Serve with brown rice.

This tasty pasta dish can be prepared for about $3.17 per serving. Enjoy with bread and a fresh green salad on the side. Ingredients with an asterisk (*) are available as Whole Foods...

Cashews and almondmilk give this pasta dish creamy richness, without the addition of dairy products. If you'd like your pasta even spicier, toss the noodles and sauce with 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes.

These Dijon mustard-spiked salmon cakes are a great light dinner with a big green salad and can be made into smaller patties for the perfect one-bite appetizer.

Cheddar cheese and sweet cranberries complement each other nicely in these little muffins, bringing sharp, sweet and tart flavors together in a single bite. A basket of these mini muffins looks tempting on the holiday brunch table.

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Skinless chicken breasts, marinated in balsamic vinegar and maple syrup, are grilled along with sweet onions and halved peaches, all crowned with fresh rosemary.

A superb salad is all about uniting the right ingredients. Here we toss sweet-spicy piquillo peppers, hearts of palm, arugula and Manchego cheese with a rich walnut oil vinaigrette. For a dairy-free version, simply omit the cheese.

This scrumptious chowder is one of the most satisfying ways we know to get your omega-3s, and it's a great way to warm up a chilly evening. Make it a day ahead for company, reheating gently without boiling.

Kids love making and eating these chocolate earth balls, a less fancy version of grown-up truffles. The best part? No baking required! From The Whole Foods Market Cookbook.

Shepherd’s pie was originally created as a means of using up leftover Sunday roast, so it’s traditionally made with ground beef or lamb. We created this recipe as a hearty vegetable dish suited for holiday gatherings, although as it turns out, this dish is popular...

The traditional way to eat steamed artichokes is to pull one artichoke leaf out at a time and scrape the tender meat from the bottom of the leaf with your teeth. Be sure to remove the thistle-like choke in the center of the artichoke before enjoying the meaty heart...

Walnut oil, creamy cheese, pears and lemon juice combine beautifully with white wine vinegar in this elegant salad.

Try serving these game-day nachos, featuring black beans and blue corn tortilla chips, with shredded chicken, ground beef, or roasted bell peppers and onions on top. Serve with dollops of guacamole or lime wedges on the side.

Look for the best asparagus in the springtime. And brush the prosciutto with a bit of Dijon mustard for extra tanginess, if you like.

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