Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash

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Roasting mushrooms to concentrate their flavor and then adding a few flame-cooked ones gives this vegetarian gratin wonderfully deep flavor.

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.

Have breakfast in bed with our french toast made with delicate challah bread, top with fresh or thawed frozen berries and plenty of maple syrup.

Buttery puff pastry forms the base for these crunchy twists, perfect for serving as a snack or before a light meal.

Serve this colorful slaw at summer cookouts alongside your favorite grilled foods.

Thick, juicy halibut steaks coated with flavorful Cajun seasoning are a wonderful complement to this simple quinoa pilaf with spinach and tomatoes. The intensity of the halibut is matched by the savory quinoa.

Older kids can learn to make these themselves, and younger ones can be helpers. Remember to be careful with knives and sharp blender blades.

Which came first, the chickpea or the egg? These rich and tangy deviled eggs with chickpeas (a.k.a. garbanzo beans) are inspired by hummus, yet have an irresistible appeal all their own.

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Grilling summer vegetables gives them a smoky sophistication we don't often associate with zucchini and yellow squash. Pile the veggies on top of crisp whole wheat tortillas for an easy seasonal feast.

Stir-fry lean lamb with loads of fresh herbal flavors, crisp vegetables and fiery heat. Serve atop a heap of steaming Israeli couscous tossed with more herbs and gently sweet apricots. This is where fusion of cuisines and flavors truly shines.

Colorful and savory, this gluten-free, dairy-free dish brings an impressive presentation as well as healthful nutrients to the table.

This mix of root vegetables combines sweet parsnip and carrots with earthy rutabaga. Thyme and lemon liven up the flavors in this side dish, delicious with any roast meat.

This antioxidant-rich fruit sauce is spiked with the bright aromas of citrus and fresh ginger. Serve with roasted turkey or pork. Ruby-red pomegranate seeds make a striking garnish.

Serve these with something green to balance out the meal and remember that ketchup does not count as a vegetable!

Look for fish sauce, a bold, flavorful condiment, on the shelves next to other Asian condiments like soy sauce.

Goat cheese and pears may seem like a fancy combination, but they're just right paired with Genoa salami in these casual rollups.

Fresh greens combine with pantry classics of olive oil, crushed red pepper and canned cannellini beans in this simple, nutritious side dish that pairs well with hearty entrées.

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