Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash

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This crowd-pleasing dessert is easy to assemble both ahead of time or just before cooking. Let kids make their own by choosing toppings that suit their tastes. Substitute your favorite fruit for the strawberries or use honey instead of chocolate chips, if you like...

Whole wheat pasta and flour gives this hearty macaroni and cheese a pleasant nuttiness.

A sweet, spicy coffee rub makes a delicious complement to steaks.

This is a spectacular and simple roast for holidays and special occasions. The meat and bones are served together on the platter because there is usually plenty of meat left on the bones and someone at the table may like to have one.

A very affordable crowd pleaser served with crackers, flatbread or pita chips.

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These sweet rolls are perfect to serve when you have company since you can easily make them the day before. Bake the rolls first thing in the morning and your guests and family will wake up to the sweet scents of cinnamon, walnuts and dates.

Made with creamy butternut squash and hearty buckwheat, and topped with sweet currants, this modern, healthful take on blini is altogether simple and elegant.

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Tart grapefruit becomes sweet and delicate when poached in a syrup of honey and warm spices. Serve with yogurt or fromage blanc for a delicious breakfast treat, or with vanilla ice cream for dessert.

Sweet honey, tangy vinegar and rich butter provide a balanced glaze for carrots. This dish makes a colorful accompaniment to roast beef or chicken.

Sure, pasta salad is nothing new but the summertime flavor of grilled vegetables and our tender mozzarella make it a party favorite. Feel free to change it up with different veggies or dressings.

Warm goat cheese, toasted almonds and cool greens combine for an easy and satisfying luncheon or light dinner.

A medley of herbs combine to make an intense green purée. A touch of butter and Parmesan soften the vivid herbal flavors and vegetables round out the dish. If you have leftover herb purée, toss it with cooked shrimp or chicken.

For those who like their brownies iced, these are the perfect brownies! Bittersweet chocolate makes them decadent and dark.

The fall flavor combination of pears and blue cheese brings a seasonal element to an otherwise simple chicken dish. Great for a dinner party!

Walnut oil gives a touch of elegance to this simple side dish. Haricot verts are a French variety of green beans that are very thin and stringless, making them extra-easy to prepare. You can substitute regular green beans, if desired.

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