Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash

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Use applesauce and almond milk to make these dairy-free cornbread muffins with chopped nuts adding texture and flavor. Leftover muffins can be frozen.

Use any tasty heirloom tomato you like in this recipe, but we think it's particularly suited to those wonderfully oversized red and purple varieties. Fresh basil or mint, toasted nuts or grated hard cheese like Parmesan or ricotta salata would make nice garnishes...

An ideal entrée for those who don't want or need to cook an entire turkey but would like the "turkey with stuffing" experience. The preparation, herb butter, and stuffing can be made one day in advance, easing the workload on turkey day.

This creamy, addictive condiment could taste so familiar it just might have you singing an old burger jingle. Try it with grilled meats and veggies, too.

Rich avocado and puréed white beans give this crowd-pleasing, healthy dip its creamy texture. Serve with carrots, celery and red bell pepper for dipping.

Easy to make and fun to eat, this crispy wake-up-your-tastebuds tofu provides a delicious vegan version of traditional corn dogs. Sweet and hot mustard is the secret ingredient in the tangy, delicious coating.

Make these basic bean burgers and enjoy a meatless summer feast. The burger mixture may seem loose but these will certainly hold up and keep their shape when cooked on a hot grill. Serve on sprouted whole grain buns with lettuce, tomato, avocado and red onion.

Creamy and comforting, this one-pot supper is made with pearl onions, peas, carrots and flaky whitefish over premade gluten-free cream biscuits. Elegant enough for brunch guests, it also makes a simple family supper alongside green salad.

Why didn't I think of that? Satisfying and affordable popcorn adds volume to stretch roasted nuts and dried fruit for happy snacking that all ages will enjoy.

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This holiday table centerpiece, sweet on the outside and savory on the inside, makes a memorable main course. Encourage guests to eat the sliced oranges along with the ham since the roasting makes their peels tender and sweet.

This simple combination of leafy green lettuce, sweet red onion, sliced apples, roasted pecans and dried cherries tossed in raspberry vinaigrette can serve as a main lunch entrée or on the side in a more extravagant meal.

This robust one-pot dinner packs in lentils, sausage and plenty of vegetables, including mushrooms, spinach, onions and garlic. A loaf of crusty bread is the only accompaniment you need for a complete meal.

Sweet meets savory in this stunning salad. Dappled with goat's cheese and dark red roasted beets, this baby spinach side dish is lightly coated in a sherry walnut vinaigrette. Toasted walnuts add a tasty crunch and a burst of flavor.

Hearty and rustic, this lamb loin is an impressive anchor for any menu. Bold red wine sauce balances the earthiness of mushrooms and lamb. Try this roast with steamed haricots verts (small green beans) and brown rice.

Baby spinach leaves are adorned with sun-dried tomatoes, cranberries, pine nuts and avocado and then tossed with a fresh balsamic-lime dressing.

The mildly sweet flavor of wakame, which is a good source of dietary fiber and potassium, combines with mushrooms and crunchy broccoli in this Asian inspired medley. After being soaked then sautéed, the wakame becomes silky with a hint of chewiness.

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

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