Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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This generous batch of pilaf-style whole grains and braised greens, features a blend of white and red quinoa, millet and buckwheat. You can vary the flavor by serving it with hot sauce, grated parmesan or just lots of black pepper. Try it topped with a poached egg...

Pan-fried potstickers from the freezer are the shortcut to a super-tasty lunch or supper over dark, leafy greens seasoned with sesame oil, oranges and tamari. Serve with brown rice if you wish.

Don't hesitate to use a prepared pie crust to make this dark chocolate-laden pecan pie. Or if you have a bit of extra time on your hands, make your own Simple Pie Crust.

This light, fresh, no-cook appetizer can also be served in small romaine leaves or lettuce cups.

This salad showcases cool-season ingredients such as kale, endive, lemons and mandarins. Garnish it with pomegranate seeds or toasted pumpkin seeds if you like.

Toss with cubes of tofu or diced turkey just before serving, if you like.

Crisp and refreshing, this cocktail made with fresh pineapple, rosemary, sparking wine and ginger ale is soon to be your go-to holiday drink. To release its fragrance, gently crush a rosemary sprig in your palm to garnish each glass.

Doubly tart and perfectly sweet, this creamy lemon curd pie is topped with crunchy, sugar-coated fresh cranberries. It’s a showpiece for your holiday table, so prepare for applause. Though this pie is a snap to assemble, be sure to plan ahead so the sugared...

Warm fall spices and slightly sweet sherry vinegar coat this delicious mixture of cubed sweet potatoes and pears. The flavors of this healthy side dish will complement any holiday roast.

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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.

This recipe is perfect for teaching young children how to cook. You can do the cutting then help the kids do the rest. (Make sure they wash their hands thoroughly after handling raw chicken!)

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

To parboil the potatoes, put them into a small pot, cover with 2 inches of salted water and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat and simmer until the potatoes are just tender, but not completely cooked through since you'll finish them on the grill.

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

By using sprouted whole grain bread instead of white French bread, we've given this classic breakfast a healthy twist.

A reader sent us this recipe that she's been making for over 40 years. We replaced the dried herbs with fresh oregano and parsley and added some garlic and onion to boost the flavor even more.

Nutty tempeh has a satisfying protein texture that lends itself well to this vegetarian take on beef stroganoff. It will become a new family favorite!

Banana Sundaes for breakfast? Well, it might not be exactly what you had in mind, but this power-packed "sundae" comes loaded with nuts and seeds for a filling and very yummy breakfast.

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