Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash

Recipes

This hearty bruschetta is made with our beloved Seeduction® bread and topped with wilted chard, tender mushrooms and fresh tarragon.

This recipe combines the tangy flavor of quick-pickled spinach with ground pork and is served over rice. The original version would use water spinach, but we substituted more widely available baby spinach.

Searing green beans in a dry wok gives them a mild smoky flavor; you can get the same blistered effect with a large cast-iron skillet if you don't have a wok.

Here's an oven-baked dish that's an easy solution for busy weeknights. Serve with green beans alongside and dinner is done. If you're not crazy about curry, substitute dried dill for the curry powder, though your rice won't be quite as "sunny."

Enjoy a thick square of this cake with coffee in the morning, tea at night or as a mid-day snack. The sweetness comes from bananas and dates, and richness comes from light coconut milk.

Rich and creamy, here's a lime- and cilantro-spiked creamy bean dip that pairs perfectly with our spicy, crunchy potato chips. Watch it disappear!

Here's a healthy soup based on a Mardi Gras favorite in which traditional red kidney beans and Cajun flavors meld with hearty red rice and dark, leafy greens. Don't forget hot sauce for the table!

This rich, dark holiday bread is perfect as is. But if you're in the mood to dress it up, serve warm slices with a scoop of raspberry sorbet, dollop of lemon curd or smear of lowfat cream cheese.

A simple, fresh and flavorful treatment for swordfish.

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This delicious (and quick!) yellow cake batter can be swapped into any recipes calling for a box of cake mix.

All of the flavors of classic pad thai are wrapped into this quick lunch: tangy peanut sauce, fresh vegetables, fragrant herbs and crisp bean sprouts. Serve as a light supper, too.

This magnificently colored berry terrine made with a refreshing rosé wine will present an impressive sight for your guests. Serve with a dollop of plain yogurt or crème fraîche.

This couscous recipe is full of fall flavors and can make a colorful addition to your Thanksgiving table. Roast the squash ahead of time and the dish will be ready in 15 minutes without taking up any precious oven space.

It's mac and cheese for summertime! Warm shell pasta delicately melts Pecorino Romano, blue and cottage cheeses into a satisfying salad. Serve warm, cold, or at room temperature — a perfect dish for your next picnic or potluck barbeque. Great served alongside fresh...

For garlic lovers, a braised dish like this one makes for the perfect, slow-cooked autumn and winter meal. Serve with a side of wilted spinach or kale, with even more garlic mixed in, if you like.

This variation on traditional hummus will add vibrant color and flavor to your holiday table. Rather than using chickpeas, this dip features lentils and sweet potatoes cooked with onions, garlic and spices and seasoned with white miso and lemon juice.

This wonderfully simple pie puts your favorite ripe berries to delicious use without the need for a rolling pin or heating up the oven. If you're in a hurry, skip making your own crust and use a prepared graham cracker crust instead.

Beef and root vegetables impart a rich, hearty flavor to this warm and comforting dish. Pair each bowl with sliced wholegrain bread, a small wedge of English farmhouse cheese and a crisp green salad for a truly satisfying meal. And remember, leftovers are perfect...

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