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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...

This flavorful brisket develops a rich, slightly sweet sauce during its three-hour cook time. Arrange any leftover brisket and roasted vegetables between slices of whole wheat bread for an easy lunch.

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!

This colorful salad travels well for a nutritious lunch on the go.

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.

This easy quick-pickle is crunchy, sweet and salty. It's the perfect accompaniment to Asian meat dishes or a colorful addition to salads and sandwiches. If you're feeling creative, use the pickling mixture with other vegetables like asparagus, green beans or...

This delicious stuffing is rich and rustic if you use whole wheat bread, lighter using white.

This rich, impressive dish gets its inspiration from France’s famous beef Bourguignon and takes a deliciously vegetarian twist (or vegan, if you replace the egg noodles with egg-free pasta).

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Savor the peak of asparagus season (from March to late June) with this delightful dish. Roasting fresh, green spears enhances their flavor and provides for a more tender texture. Mushrooms, lightly sautéed in olive oil and garlic, add a delicious, earthy flavor....

This salad is just right for serving to a large group at an Easter gathering or spring picnic. To feed a smaller crowd, simply halve the recipe.

Quorn is a delicious alternative protein and meat substitute, available in various flavors. If you like, use any meat-free cutlet as a substitute and use your favorite jarred or fresh pasta sauce, too.

These noodles are served traditionally at Chinese New Year's feasts. An ancient Chinese belief holds that long noodles are the key to a long life, so don't cut the noodles as you eat them.

Spicy poblano peppers join red and green bell peppers to add zing and flavor to this traditional recipe. If your cornbread is extremely fresh, allow it to dry out a bit before using.

This tender and delicious crust holds together beautifully, perfect for making sweet pies or savory quiches. With millet flour and almond meal, it has tons of flavor, too.

Everyone loves the soothing aroma of freshly baked oatmeal cookies, especially when they're made from scratch. With ingredients like rolled oats and toasted pecans, these delicious cookies are little morsels of wholesome goodness.

A delicately spiced holiday favorite sweetened with molasses.

Carrots, parsnips, kale and sweet potatoes combine with kidney beans, chickpeas and millet to make a hearty meal. Vary the vegetables, selecting your seasonal favorites for this flavorful garden medley.

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