Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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Here’s a deliciously hearty stew that gets a big contribution from a small amount of beef. The secret is browning the meat first for richness and depth, then slow cooking it along with flavorful veggies and a savory combination of tamari, red wine vinegar and...

These tender raisin-stuffed cakes have a delicious toasted millet crust when they've finished baking. For a filling breakfast serve them alongside sausage links and fresh fruit.

Company-worthy, yet easy to prepare, fresh horseradish and grated carrots make a savory topping for cod, with roasted potatoes and (edible!) lemons on the side. 

This colorful, main-course pasta dish features a garden of vegetables enhanced with the rich flavor of turkey sausage.

Pot roast delivers great flavor for an affordable price at about $2.40 per serving. Alter this recipe's cooking time to suit your needs, using the high-heat setting on your slow cooker to speed things up, if you like.

Create a meatless alternative to traditional Swedish meatballs with millet and vegetables for your next holiday gathering. Puréed walnuts create a rich and creamy sauce for serving. Try as a main course or with toothpicks for appetizers.

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).

The autumn flavors of pumpkin and nutmeg along with sweet corn, tomatoes and creamy cheese will make this baked pasta a new family favorite.

Impressive, yet simple with whole grains and arame, a mild sea vegetable. Feel free to add more herbs or top with toasted sesame seeds.

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Sautéed shrimp with a side of couscous and a baby field greens salad provide a lovely dinner. Combine any leftover with red peppers, arugula and Parmesan for a hearty salad the following day. Preparation time is minimal with spectacular results.

Packed with dried fruits and nuts, these bars make a great snack when you're on the go.

Garlic and shallots add just the right amount of tang and flavor to this traditional, yet simple side dish.

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.

Serve with a bowl of steamed edamame for a finger food that's nutritious and fun.

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.

In this kid-friendly recipe, egg salad can be used instead of hummus, if you like.

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.

Traditional beef stews are cooked at low temperatures for long periods of time to tenderize tough cuts of beef. This recipe takes a shortcut by using a more tender cut of beef, reducing the overall cooking time and giving you a chance to get out of the kitchen.

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