Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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Mint and fresh lime juice are the surprise ingredients in this incredibly refreshing morning smoothie, made with mango and spinach.

Filled with sautéed cabbage and onions, and dotted with Irish cheddar and salty ham, this quiche pays homage to one of our favorite spring celebrations. Tasty for brunch or an easy dinner, it’s a great use for leftover spiral-sliced ham.

Easy to put together the night before and baked in the morning, this one-dish sausage, asparagus and egg casserole will feed a hungry crowd. Try our vegan version of this bread pudding, too.

Our vegan take on a breakfast casserole is made with asparagus, smoky tempeh and fresh herbs. Almondmilk, silken tofu and flax seeds add both nutrition and richness to this one-dish meal.

Piquant peppered feta cheese and fragrant lemon juice and zest are ideal additions to roasted asparagus. Serve for an easy brunch or dinner side dish, topped with a poached egg, if you like.

For a fun twist on traditional roasted red potatoes, try this tangy version, tossed with sweet and sour sauce and sliced green onions.

A delicious new way to enjoy pre-made ravioli! It’s a full meal tossed with a creamy pea purée and served with fresh arugula. Easy and elegant for supper, any night of the week.

Mangoes make an appearance in both the sauce and garnish for these fajitas, adding plenty of sweet and tangy flavor. For a vegan version, substitute baked or grilled tofu for the steak.

With flecks of savory crab and green onions in the brown rice, these nigiri-style sushi bites are perfectly topped with juicy, sweet slices of mango.

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These noodles are served traditionally at Chinese New Year's feasts. An ancient Chinese belief holds that long noodles are the key to a long life, so don't cut the noodles as you eat them.

This tender and delicious crust holds together beautifully, perfect for making sweet pies or savory quiches. With millet flour and almond meal, it has tons of flavor, too.

Traditional beef stews are cooked at low temperatures for long periods of time to tenderize tough cuts of beef. This recipe takes a shortcut by using a more tender cut of beef, reducing the overall cooking time and giving you a chance to get out of the kitchen.

A traditional stuffing perfect for the holidays or as an accompaniment to any family dinner.

Cabernet infused with whole herbs, aromatics, mustard and broth imparts a rich flavor to this cut of beef. The steak turns out juicy and delicious when cooked in this rich liquid.

Sautéed apples and sauerkraut bring a sweet and sour flavor to the otherwise savory pan-fried sausages. Most commonly found in the German-speaking area of the Alps, this delicious entrée is often served with a dab of dark, spicy German mustard on the side for...

Cooked farro has a nutty flavor and slightly chewy texture, both of which are particularly delicious in salads like this one. Use your favorite variety of apple to make this late summer and early fall salad. Sliced pears are a perfect match, too.

Amaranth, which is rich in calcium and protein, lends added texture to these honey-sweetened, raisin-studded corn muffins. Substitute dried cranberries or sultanas for the raisins, if you like, and enjoy them warm with a bit of butter.

Bhutanese red rice has been cultivated in the Himalayas for centuries. It contains nutrients similar to those found in other types of whole grain rice but is partially milled so it cooks in a fraction of the time. Serve this dish with sautéed spinach or kale for a...

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