Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash

Recipes

Hearty lentils offer meatless satisfaction in this reinterpretation of a childhood favorite. Serve on toasted whole wheat buns or use as a filling in corn tortillas. Either way, prepare to get a little messy!

Using canned lump crab meat makes this an affordable meal. Serve with a tossed salad or bowl of soup.

Full of holiday flavor, this easy vegetable risotto-style dish makes the perfect centerpiece for your Thanksgiving meal.

This unusual gravy gets wonderful depth of flavor and natural sweetness from roasted garlic and parsnip. You can prepare it up to three days ahead, refrigerate it and reheat it just before serving.

Firm, flavorful mushroom varieties like cremini, portobello, shiitake and oyster are ideal for this delicious vegan recipe. It’s excellent served over barley.

This lightened-up version of a Tex-Mex favorite is ideal for cooler weather, flavored with rich pumpkin and spicy tomatoes. Serve with tortilla chips or raw veggies for dipping.

Tucked away in a versatile cake, shredded carrots and parsnips are the secret to keeping this rich treat dense and moist, without being decadent.

This elegant, simple preparation for beef tenderloin is a classic. To serve a larger crowd, simply double the oil-herb rub and roast an entire beef tenderloin (3 1/2 to 4 lbs.), cut crosswise into two pieces.

A whole head of cauliflower can be sliced to create several large “steaks.” Roasting these cauliflower steaks along with the remaining florets is a fun and different way to enjoy this favorite seasonal vegetable.

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A robust mix of mushrooms serves as the filling for this rich quiche. Serve with a salad of seasonal greens.

This creamy dressing is at its best when tossed with crisp romaine or iceberg lettuce. Use it as a dip for raw carrot and celery sticks, radishes and steamed asparagus spears, too.

Perfect for entertaining, this tender braised pork can be made the day before and reheated. Serve with tortillas, pickled onions, shredded cabbage and hot sauce, and let guests assemble their own plates.

Black-eyed peas mix with cherry tomatoes, fresh basil, green onions and red leaf lettuce in this colorful, flavor-filled salad. Experiment with different whole grains; we used millet but barley or quinoa work equally well.

Our unique recipe calls for beans, whole corn and cheddar cheese. Simple to prepare, it's a perfect complement to a hearty soup or stew and leftovers heat up wonderfully for breakfast.

Tart cranberries, crunchy pistachios and a drizzle of dark chocolate add flavor and charming color to these cookies. Dip them in coffee, hot chocolate or Vin Santo, a sweet Italian dessert wine.

Crisp potatoes are the perfect vehicle for adding flavorful salt just before serving. In general, salt draws out moisture from potatoes, so don't salt them at the beginning of or during the cooking process since that will prevent potatoes from developing a crispy...

This delicious (and quick!) yellow cake batter can be swapped into any recipes calling for a box of cake mix.

This layered one-pot dish can be assembled quickly and popped into the oven to bake while you're helping the kids with their homework (or finishing your own).

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