Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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Thanks to the vibrant flavors of clementines (or satsumas if you prefer), cranberries and fresh rosemary, this pitcher full of sparkling wine-based cocktails is prime for winter celebrations. Use a vegetable peeler to remove the clementine zest in large pieces for...

This sweet-and-savory salad is a perfect lunch entrée. You can use leftover roast chicken or purchase 2 raw chicken breasts (about 1 pound total) and either grill them or poach them.

Looking for a sweet, refreshing snack or breakfast? Try this creamy smoothie.

Turn the classic kids' sandwich into whole wheat muffins with a sweet center. We love these muffins with standard grape jelly and strawberry jam, but try plum and rhubarb, too. For a nut-free version, swap peanut butter for sunflower seed butter.

Rubbing compound butter under the skin of the turkey before roasting helps to keep the meat from drying out and adds great flavor to the pan drippings. Piquant rapini, also called broccoli rabe, is in the turnip family. Use kale, mustard greens or collard greens in...

Freshly grated ginger gives this sweet carrot puree a hint of heat and flavor. For some crunch, add a garnish of toasted pumpkin or sunflower seeds.

Fragrant cookies, packed with flavor!

Transform leftover stuffing into these delicious stuffing cakes. They're easy to pull together the day after a big holiday feast. Mix in leftover mashed potatoes or sweet potatoes if you like, using 1 egg for every 2 cups leftovers.

It’s a nostalgic one-dish supper with a few healthful updates and a lot of easy options for what you’re craving or for what your pantry holds. Kids will love it all the more when they choose which pasta, veggies, cheese and herbs go in the mix.

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The shape of orecchiette pasta is perfect for holding the savory sauce made from the mushrooms as they cook. If you have any leftovers, serve them at room temperature the next day.

Plantains are "cooking bananas" popular in tropical areas of Latin America. Traditionally served as a side dish with black beans, this recipe can also be used as a dessert with an exotic flair.

A medley of organic vegetables gives this wholesome stew loads of nutrients and a hearty broth. Chipotle peppers and flavorful Mexican seasonings add spice, while whole green beans and chunks of corn and squash make for a pleasing, colorful presentation.

A colorful, satisfying bowl of chili that packs plenty of flavor — even for the most dedicated meat eaters.

In this recipe for a satisfying fall and winter stew, the parsley, thyme and bay leaves are tied into a bundle for easy removal from the pot later. Use this same method to flavor stocks and soups, too.

Perfect for chilly evenings, this satisfying one-pot meal marries tender whole wheat noodles with veggies, ground beef and a little melted cheese.

Secret Ingredient: Heirloom Tomatoes

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Serve these stuffed squash halves immediately or fill with the stuffing and refrigerate them, covered, one day in advance. Simply reheat them before serving.

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