Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash

Recipes

Our slightly savory version of the holiday favorite starts with a homemade cornbread mix and highlights the natural sweetness of corn.

Inspired by the traditional Guatemalan dish pepián, this flavorful stew combines pumpkin seeds, corn tortillas, chile peppers and tomatillos to make a rich sauce for chicken, but it could also be made with pork or beef.

A colorful, simple and absolutely delicious slaw for any season. You can shred the cabbage on the large holes of a box grater, with the shredding attachment of a food processor or by simply slicing it very finely with a sharp knife.

Here's a great way to use leftover turkey or chicken and wild rice. Enlist help from the kids for rolling up the leaves.

This tasty take on caramel corn can be enjoyed loose or shaped into popcorn balls for a Halloween treat. Let the kids help, but not with the hot molasses mixture!

This old-fashioned dessert takes everything you love about pie and skips the rolling pin, making it easier than ever to feed a crowd.

Homemade whole wheat crackers, studded with raisins, nuts and fresh rosemary can beautifully dress up a holiday cheese platter or dip tray. Package up these crackers for easy gift giving.

This fresh winter salad is marinated in tangy citrus vinaigrette and topped with roasted cashews. Serve as a side dish or spoon over salad greens for a light main course.

Cool crunchy celery is the perfect carrier for delicious, dairy-free roasted red pepper topping.

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From The Whole Foods Market Cookbook, this salmon is as impressive in presentation as it is delicious.

A delicately spiced holiday favorite sweetened with molasses.

Enjoy this sweet and peppery beef with baked sweet potatoes or roasted broccoli. Leftover beef makes great roast beef sandwiches.

Here's a great way to use leftover turkey or chicken and wild rice. Enlist help from the kids for rolling up the leaves.

This refreshing ceviche, best served very cold, is quick to make because the shrimp are boiled first. If you like your food a bit spicy, leave the seeds in the jalapeño.

Complete your Thai Tofu Crunch lunchbox by adding a soy yogurt cup, dried mangos or dried apricots, gingersnaps, and juice or sparkling water.

Light and flaky, halibut is an ideal choice for a simple summer dinner. Here halibut steaks are marinated in a watermelon-raspberry vinaigrette, quickly grilled, and then topped with refreshingly tart watermelon salsa.

This elegant cake is perfect for casual brunches and fancy dinners alike.

The kabocha squash, with its striking jade green rind, makes soup preparation a snap since there's no need to peel the skin. Serve with a thick slice of crusty bread for a warm, satisfying meal.

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