Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

Recipes

Quick and easy, this flavorful dish shines the spotlight on the fresh zucchini, tomatoes and garlic of late summer. Only five minutes of cooking time is needed, so be sure to have all the ingredients fully prepared before you turn on the stove.

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.

The classic combo of apples and sharp cheddar cheese is right at home inside wheat tortillas.

Enjoy the flavor and texture of tuna salad with this vegetarian mixture of garbanzo beans (also known as chickpeas), apples and pecans. Perfect for sandwiches, wraps or spread on crackers.

Bake the potatoes until they are just tender and still a tad firm so they don't turn to mush and fall apart. These potato skins are a great side dish to meat, tofu or salmon.

Serve this easy grilling recipe over steamed brown rice with a green salad on the side for a satisfying meal. Savory onions, sweet pineapple and rich tomatillo salsa are a delicious sweet and spicy combo to top all manner of grilled meat and fish.

Shallots sautéed in butter and freshly grated Parmesan cheese combine with a rustic medley of mushrooms for a satisfying vegetarian entrée. Serve with a light green salad.

Crunchy celery, almonds and onions combine with chicken in smooth mayonnaise and tangy mustard for an ideal lunch or light dinner sandwich. Avoid the stove, if you like, and use cooked rotisserie chicken, removing the skin and bones of course.

Ingredients with an asterisk (*) are available in the Whole Foods Market Family of Brands.

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This easy dish makes a wonderful appetizer for company. Have your fishmonger crack the crab legs (or do it yourself with a heavy knife) so they absorb more of the seasoning as they heat and so that the meat is easier to remove from the shell.

This old-fashioned dessert takes everything you love about pie and skips the rolling pin, making it easier than ever to feed a crowd.

Sweet mandarin oranges are a great match for carrots in this flavorful side dish. Consider doubling the recipe for a holiday crowd. It’s terrific at room temperature or quickly reheated on the stovetop, so you can easily make it up to two days ahead of time.

Freshly grated zest and thin mandarin slices do double duty as edible decoration for this irresistibly versatile cake. Blanching the citrus slices removes their inherent bitterness and makes them tender.

This tangy curd has a serious sweet side thanks to the juice and zest of mandarin oranges. Spread the curd on a scone or biscuit, use to fill a layer cake or stir into whipped cream and dollop on a scoop of fresh fruit.

A sprig of rosemary turns this sparkling cocktail into an herbal treat.

Turn extra cranberry sauce into a delicious (and impressive) breakfast treat. Fresh or frozen store-bought pizza dough makes this pastry a snap to pull together. Remember to stash frozen dough in the refrigerator to defrost overnight.

Turn a bit of leftover Brie (that is if you actually have any leftover) into a rich and creamy fall soup with the combination of sweet and tart apples.

Pineapple braised in its own juice creates a memorable (and super simple) dessert. Star anise and ginger infuse the braising liquid, which reduces to a thick syrup.

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