Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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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.

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

Smoky almonds and pimenton (Spanish smoked paprika) are a particularly good match for sweet potatoes.

Pull together this simple fruit crisp with your favorite summer berries and a couple of pantry staples. This recipe is a fun way to feature stone fruits, too. We love using a combination of nectarines and cherries.

This simple dish of baked fish topped with a fresh citrus-herb salt mixture can be easily prepared on a weeknight. Serve with brown or wild rice and a green salad.

This colorful salad travels well for a nutritious and portable lunch.

This delicious alternative to bread-based stuffing is made with an aromatic rice medley and is flavored with bacon, mushrooms and colorful tart cranberries balanced by a sweet touch of maple syrup.

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These basic quesadillas come together quickly and adapt well to many variations. Add salsa, sautéed onions or peppers and diced red or white onion, if you like. Serve with a green salad for dinner or alone as a hearty after-school snack.

This recipe has earned its name since the salad features ingredients that can be easily prepared Thanksgiving morning, arranged in a cooler and driven for more than 100 miles, then assembled on site.

Serve these with something green to balance out the meal and remember that ketchup does not count as a vegetable!

Look for fish sauce, a bold, flavorful condiment, on the shelves next to other Asian condiments like soy sauce.

Toasted coconut, stir-fried tropical fruits and a touch of fresh ginger make a fine topping for ice cream.

A wonderfully healthy alternative to the popular marshmallow-covered version of old. With cinnamon-flavored pecans and a subtle tang of citrus, it promises to be a new holiday favorite.

A simple batter bakes up into a light (and not too sweet) cake which is perfectly complemented by the buttery caramelized pineapple topping. 

As a tribute to the origins of chocolate, this creamy and spicy hot cocoa is perfect to warm and soothe the soul.

Citrus-honey soaked pineapple cubes, strawberries and bananas covered with shredded coconut, dusted with chocolate and served frozen on a stick. What a spectacular treat on a hot summer evening and proof that some desserts are as tasty as they are good for you.

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