Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash

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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.

Though it's equally delicious on its own, try topping squares of this spiced cake with dollops of applesauce or almond butter. As a breakfast cake, it's great served alongside scrambled eggs or tofu with bacon or tempeh sausage.

These flourless cookies are dense like a fudgy brownie and rich with creamy peanut butter. A nutty mixture of chopped peanuts and rolled oats is combined with pumpkin purée and studded with sweet chopped dates for a treat that’s as nourishing as it is satisfying....

Ideal as side dish or brunch feature, these easy-to-prepare tomatoes can be served either warm or at room temperature.

Easy to make and great for kids, try using a different variety of preserves each time you make them. We love to use fresh seasonal fruit, too. These cookies are inspired by a recipe from one of our health partners, Dr.

This deliciously moist roasted turkey is surprising in its ease of preparation. Exactly what you remember from Thanksgiving dinners of old only better.

Eye of round is an extremely lean beef roast and should not be overcooked. For best results, slice very thinly. Serve with a side of steamed green beans and mashed potatoes and keep leftovers for sandwiches.

These nachos are terrific for snacking, but they're also satisfying enough to serve as a main course. A chopped jalapeño gives them a nice bit of heat; you can omit it for a milder dish or double the amount for a fiery treat.

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Secret Ingredient: Avocados

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.

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.

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...

We love red snapper, but salmon, swordfish or tuna fillets work equally well in this recipe. If you'd like to make the salsa ahead, simply wait to add the avocado until serving time and store the salsa, covered, in the refrigerator.

Cut this potato-based kugel into squares and serve as a side dish at brunch, lunch or dinner.

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