Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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Creamy, delicately spiced and garnished with a red grape, this is a quick and festive, last-minute appetizer, but it's even better when you make the crab mixture a day ahead.

The parsley in these treats makes them a secret breath freshener for your pooch; substitute dried mint for half of the parsley, if you like.

This delicious duck is special enough for entertaining but easy enough for weeknights. We recommend Riesling for the sauce because it’s a wine that typically harmonizes with citrus, but you can use any not-too-dry white wine.

Present this dessert at your holiday gathering and watch family and friends delight in its rich flavors. A deep molasses cake studded with tart fresh cranberries and topped with sweet and tangy Greek yogurt icing, it’s guaranteed to please. Make sure to ice the...

These light, moist muffins are packed with fall flavors. Fill your muffin cups almost to the top for beautifully puffed muffins.

This easy, colorful meal is roasted in a parchment-paper-lined pan to avoid the need for added oil. We garnish the finished dish with cilantro and pine nuts, but a combination of basil and almonds or walnuts and parsley would be delicious as well.

Very ripe bananas make this extra sweet and yummy!

Fragrant with fresh sage, orange zest and toasted pecans, this extra creamy roasted squash uses silken tofu as its secret ingredient.

This stunning centerpiece couldn’t be simpler. Sour cherry spread (found in the cheese department) creates a fantastic glaze for holiday superstar spiral-sliced ham.

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

Try this delicious "pasta" made from strips of summer squash and zucchini tossed with tomatoes, olive oil and fresh basil and oregano for a dish packed with bright flavors.

Combine your favorite sausage with a sauté of fresh onions, bell peppers and zucchini, then serve over polenta for a quick and satisfying meal that looks as good as it tastes. Starting a meal with the right ingredients makes all the difference in getting it on the...

This quick-off-the-grill "fireworks" dish bursts with color and flavor. A gas grill makes it a snap to prepare, though the asparagus, squash, red peppers and eggplant can be easily sautéed as well.

This is a tasty way to use the last of the cranberry sauce. Perfect with a simple spinach and mushroom salad alongside. If you prefer a cold sandwich, simply skip the step of baking these under the broiler.

A holiday favorite, this pecan pie is made with pure maple syrup.

Serve this hearty soup with toasted dark bread, thinly sliced apple and a seasonal green salad. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.

Simple and delicious, leeks may not be your first memory from past holidays, but they may be what you remember from this year.

This hearty soup combines two lucky foods, black-eyed peas and collard greens, with vegetables and smoky ham. Enjoy on New Year's Day, or any day, for a satisfying, warming meal. Serve with thick slices of toasted crusty bread.

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