Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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Serve this one-pan dish of juicy tuna, sweet red onions and green olives over cooked brown rice for a quick and easy meal.

Segments of sweet, tangy grapefruit and sour cherries are perfectly steeped in honey-sweetened rooibos tea. Whether for Valentine’s Day, or just a special breakfast or dessert, serve as is or spoon over Greek yogurt or ice cream.

Spiked with fresh rosemary and parsley and piquant blue cheese, this fancy game day popcorn snack won’t last long.

Creamy avocados and perfectly spicy jarred salsa make fast work of this game day snack. Serve this easy guacamole with black bean or sweet potato chips, or spoon onto tacos or burritos.

Making croutons at home with no added oil or butter means these crunchy favorites will last longer in your pantry. While essential in side salads, croutons can make appearance in hot pasta dishes, as the base for stuffing or dressing recipes and in panzanella.

This collard greens salad is dressed with sherry vinaigrette, plumped currants and shaved Manchego cheese. It’s terrific eaten right away or made a day or two in advance and chilled until ready to serve.

Roasted peanuts add a rich and toasted note to these pan-sautéed collard greens, made with red onions, garlic and dried chiles.

This creamy gratin of collard greens and crunchy parmesan bread crumbs is an ideal side dish for family meals, or top servings with a fried egg for a main course.

Try this hearty fork-and-knife sandwich with crisp bacon, sweet red peppers and tender collard greens for a satisfying breakfast or brunch. Top with poached or fried eggs, too.

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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.

The combination of flavorful bison meat, creamy Gorgonzola and rich sun-dried tomatoes is sure to wow a crowd. Serve these burgers on buns with lettuce, red onion and tomatoes.

Serve this salad with chicken, fish, grilled tofu or simply on its own to wow a crowd. With tomatoes, corn, chives, basil and black beans, it packs a healthy dose of antioxidants.

Skinless chicken breasts, marinated in balsamic vinegar and maple syrup, are grilled along with sweet onions and halved peaches, all crowned with fresh rosemary.

A superb salad is all about uniting the right ingredients. Here we toss sweet-spicy piquillo peppers, hearts of palm, arugula and Manchego cheese with a rich walnut oil vinaigrette. For a dairy-free version, simply omit the cheese.

Stir-fry lean lamb with loads of fresh herbal flavors, crisp vegetables and fiery heat. Serve atop a heap of steaming Israeli couscous tossed with more herbs and gently sweet apricots. This is where fusion of cuisines and flavors truly shines.

All of the flavors of classic pad thai are wrapped into this quick lunch: tangy peanut sauce, fresh vegetables, fragrant herbs and crisp bean sprouts. Serve as a light supper, too.

This couscous recipe is full of fall flavors and can make a colorful addition to your Thanksgiving table. Roast the squash ahead of time and the dish will be ready in 15 minutes without taking up any precious oven space.

Kids love making and eating these chocolate earth balls, a less fancy version of grown-up truffles. The best part? No baking required! From The Whole Foods Market Cookbook.

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