Easy Zucchini and Tomato Bake

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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For an authentic taste to this classic Greek salad, also called Saláta Horiátiki, use Greek olive oil, Kalamata olives, sheep or goat's milk feta and fresh oregano.

These veggie-stuffed cupcakes are great after school snacks, but work just as well for fancy birthday treats, too.

Tender young pumpkin stuffed with wild rice and cranberries makes for a fun and tasty dish. Serve as a light lunch or with an entrée of your choice, a fresh green salad, and a glass of dry rosé or white wine for a beautiful fall dinner.

Made with pantry items, this is a fun, simple treat for kids and adults alike.

Thanks to one of our readers for sharing her mother-in-law's recipe for this delightfully tart berry sauce. Blueberries and raspberries add color and flavor to this unique spin on traditional cranberry sauce. The sauce can be made up to a week ahead. Perfect with...

This salad is just right for serving to a large group at an Easter gathering or spring picnic. To feed a smaller crowd, simply halve the recipe.

Secret Ingredient: Forbidden Rice

Tart lemon, nutty walnuts and sesame seeds, rich coconut and smooth, sweet dates come together to make these delightfully tangy treats.

These noodles are served traditionally at Chinese New Year's feasts. An ancient Chinese belief holds that long noodles are the key to a long life, so don't cut the noodles as you eat them.

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