Fresh Cherry Limeade

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Parsnips, which look a bit like cream-colored carrots, add flavor and texture to otherwise traditional mashed potatoes. Stir in a handful of chopped green onions or grated cheddar cheese before serving, if you like.

The combination of tender pork cubes, melt-in-your-mouth leeks and sweet apples make this stew a comfort classic. Pair it with egg noodles or späetzle for a simple but elegant meal.

This festive main course is rich and tasty on its own, but you can also pair it with Vegan Mushroom Gravy.

This delicious quiche-like pie is packed with a host of nutritious ingredients: black lentils, collard greens and sweet butternut squash. Home-cooked black lentils have a wonderfully firm texture, but you can also substitute drained canned lentils; you’ll need one...

These delightful spuds bake up super-crispy thanks to a series of thin slices and clarifying the butter, so it can be heated to a higher temperature for roasting. Experiment with other herbs and spices, such as caraway seeds and sage.

There's nothing like a cup of icy cold gazpacho for a perfectly refreshing summer lunch on a blistering hot day. (Truthfully, we love gazpacho on lukewarm days too!) Flavorful tomatoes are key here--don't attempt this recipe with unripe tomatoes.

If you crave crispy, crackling turkey skin, this is the bird for you! A few simple techniques result in a juicy, rosemary-scented turkey with skin that’s wonderfully caramelized.

This sweet potato and tangy arugula salad just might become a new tradition for your holiday table.

The sweet and savory flavors of caramelized onions, bacon and butternut squash make this rustic tart a winner. If you'd like to make it ahead you can refrigerate it whole or in portions and reheat it in a 300°F oven.

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Inspired by the classic French stew, Cassoulet, we've created this shortcut version with a few substitutions, such as using canned beans instead of dried. Serve with a garlicky green salad to balance the rich flavors.

All manner of dried fruits are delicious in this recipe. Try adding a handful of sliced dried apricots, dried cranberries or raisins to this filling morning mix. It's equally good eaten out-of-hand as a snack.

We love red snapper, but salmon, swordfish or tuna fillets work equally well in this recipe. If you'd like to make the salsa ahead, simply wait to add the avocado until serving time and store the salsa, covered, in the refrigerator.

Mushroom-topped steaks with a side of bow tie noodles and a bright cucumber tomato salad combine for a perfect meal. Thinly slice any leftover steak and toss with leftover pasta, vegetables and blue cheese for a light pasta salad lunch the next day.

Chocolate coupled with salt makes a tasty revelation. The rich, complex mineral flavor of pink salt crystals turns truffles into an even more sophisticated treat. Offer these chocolates as gifts this season.

Colorful peppers, carrots and green onions add bright flavors to this miso soup. Earthy shiitake mushrooms and fragrant lemongrass provide the background aromas. Serve soup over cooked brown rice, if desired.

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.

Fresh asparagus are a sure sign that spring is coming. This easy frittata makes a refreshingly light dinner or lunch. Or serve with biscuits or scones for brunch.

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