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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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For an authentic taste to this classic Greek salad, also called Saláta Horiátiki, use Greek olive oil, Kalamata olives, sheep or goat's milk feta and fresh oregano.

By using sprouted whole grain bread instead of white French bread, we've given this classic breakfast a healthy twist.

You control the flavor and spice in these simple baked beans by choosing your favorite bottled barbecue sauce. Canned pinto beans (navy or great northern work well too) make these a breeze to prepare.

Quorn is a delicious alternative protein and meat substitute, available in various flavors. If you like, use any meat-free cutlet as a substitute and use your favorite jarred or fresh pasta sauce, too.

Tart lemon, nutty walnuts and sesame seeds, rich coconut and smooth, sweet dates come together to make these delightfully tangy treats.

Spicy poblano peppers join red and green bell peppers to add zing and flavor to this traditional recipe. If your cornbread is extremely fresh, allow it to dry out a bit before using.

These muffins offer an intriguing crunch, thanks to the toasted millet. Savor them warm from the oven, or freeze a batch to have on hand for company. 

Cardamom and garam masala add subtle spice to split peas and sweet potatoes.

Carrots, parsnips, kale and sweet potatoes combine with kidney beans, chickpeas and millet to make a hearty meal. Vary the vegetables, selecting your seasonal favorites for this flavorful garden medley.

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