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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Take advantage of pears in season and try a new variety in this twist on a popular dish. A little sweet pear (or apple or dried fig) makes the dressing especially good.

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.

Thanks to Cindy in Annapolis, Maryland, for sending us her favorite childhood recipe. Keep these ingredients on hand and you will be able to create an easy soup full of savory potatoes, sausage and green beans. The bay leaves add a nice depth of flavor.

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.

The marinade for this flavorful chicken comes together quickly in a blender or processor. While the chicken marinates, you have time to make salads and other accompaniments for the meal. You'll want to make this no-fuss dish a regular feature at your summer...

Prepare this salad ahead of time and serve chilled, if you like. Spoon into avocado halves and serve with whole wheat crackers for a refreshing lunch or dinner.

These meatballs are a common find in tapas bars all over Spain. Wet your hands before forming the meatballs to keep the pork mixture from sticking to them.

Be sure to serve this sweet and tangy beef salad just after tossing to ensure that the vegetables stay crisp. Garnish with a small handful of chopped roasted peanuts, if you like.

This substantial porridge will take the edge off an early winter chill. If using dried beans, substitute with Calypso for a tasty and visually pleasing companion to the lacinato kale.

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