Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash

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The combination of cinnamon sticks and fresh mint give this easy pot roast a wonderfully deep and unexpected flavor. We suggest beef chuck roast, but brisket or bottom round also work excellently. Add extra veggies to the slow cooker if you like and serve over...

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

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Add a sweet and spicy Asian note to the holidays with this effortless chicken dish. The savory spice mixture seals in the natural juices and ensures superbly tender meat, and the honey butter glaze adds a delightful finishing touch.

This salad of black-eyed peas and crunchy vegetables tossed in a light vinaigrette is a traditional New Year's dish, but it's suited to other meals as well. Spicy, zesty and colorful, the black-eyed peas in the salad may resemble caviar to some wishful eaters.

The mildly sweet flavor of wakame, which is a good source of dietary fiber and potassium, combines with mushrooms and crunchy broccoli in this Asian inspired medley. After being soaked then sautéed, the wakame becomes silky with a hint of chewiness.

Fran from New Orleans sent us this recipe, a tasty twist on a traditional Jewish holiday dish. She likes to serve it for brunch or as a side dish at dinner. Fran adds "About 25 years ago, I converted to Judaism. I developed my own kugel recipe after trying many...

Using whole grain macaroni, a small amount of expeller-pressed mayonnaise and raw apple cider vinegar, this lighter version of the classic macaroni salad boasts a bit of crunch from the celery and shallots.

Moist and dense in texture, the bread includes wholesome ingredients, such as oats and fresh banana, and is easy to prepare and very adaptable, accommodating your choice of chopped nuts or dried fruit in place of the cranberries.

Traditionally, smoked or fresh southern pork sausage, known as Andouille, is the centerpiece of this Cajun-inspired dish. Pinto beans, onions and green peppers get a kick from fire roasted tomatoes and green chiles in this deceptively simple yet filling meal.

Perfect for families with different tastes (i.e. picky eaters), each person makes their dinner exactly the way they want it. No hassles.

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