Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash

Recipes

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 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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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For garlic lovers, a braised dish like this one makes for the perfect, slow-cooked autumn and winter meal. Serve with a side of wilted spinach or kale, with even more garlic mixed in, if you like.

Grilling summer vegetables gives them a smoky sophistication we don't often associate with zucchini and yellow squash. Pile the veggies on top of crisp whole wheat tortillas for an easy seasonal feast.

The flavors in these little hors d'oeuvres exhilarate the palate. Sharp cheddar and chili powder in the polenta, sweet onions in the barbecue sauce, and zesty limes in the avocado sauce come together in one lively bite. Serve these with drinks, or atop lettuce...

This variation on traditional hummus will add vibrant color and flavor to your holiday table. Rather than using chickpeas, this dip features lentils and sweet potatoes cooked with onions, garlic and spices and seasoned with white miso and lemon juice.

This wonderfully simple pie puts your favorite ripe berries to delicious use without the need for a rolling pin or heating up the oven. If you're in a hurry, skip making your own crust and use a prepared graham cracker crust instead.

Beef and root vegetables impart a rich, hearty flavor to this warm and comforting dish. Pair each bowl with sliced wholegrain bread, a small wedge of English farmhouse cheese and a crisp green salad for a truly satisfying meal. And remember, leftovers are perfect...

Cut this potato-based kugel into squares and serve as a side dish at brunch, lunch or dinner.

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

Bring some sunshine to your morning or surprise someone with breakfast in bed by preparing these ranch-style eggs in less than 10 minutes. Top this hot dish with grated cheese, chopped green onions, and sprigs of fresh cilantro, if you like.

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