Roasted Asparagus with Lemon-Feta Crumble

Recipes

Here's a soup that can be put together quickly and offers comforting, warm and spicy flavors. Serve the soup family-style in a large tureen and arrange the garnishes around the table in colorful bowls for everyone to dress up their soup.

Enjoy this hearty carrot cake for breakfast, a snack or dessert. Serve it warm or at room temperature.

Few foods say "spring" better than mint. The color, texture and flavors of red bell pepper, green onions, pearled barley and fresh mint and basil makes this a consummate spring salad that stands well on its own or served on half an avocado or papaya.

Bratwurst is the shortcut to meatballs in this flavorful, Asian-inspired soup. Everyone will love the meatballs and noodles in broth with tangy, crunchy veggies that make it a one-bowl meal.

For a variation on classic picnic potato salad, try this recipe featuring a mustard and apple cider vinegar dressing instead of the standard mayonnaise base.

Crisp carrots, cucumbers, radishes and celery combine with fresh basil, mint and parsley in this honey-Dijon dressed rice salad. Served chilled or at room temperature, this versatile dish is perfect for al fresco dining alongside your choice of protein.

This simple and savory appetizer is a snap to assemble and will quickly become an essential recipe for any cocktail party.

For an easy side dish that's a great match for this cheesy, baked eggplant parmesan, sauté broccoli rabe in a bit of olive oil with some chopped garlic and red pepper flakes, then finish with a squeeze of fresh lemon juice. 

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As beautiful as it is delicious, this layered salad with bright flavors from arugula, blue cheese and dried cherries will leave your coworkers green with envy.

This is your secret weapon for cool-weather meals: rich, perfectly roasted winter squash without any prep work at all. This method works for winter squash of any size, so simply adjust the roasting time as needed.

The autumn flavors of pumpkin and nutmeg along with sweet corn, tomatoes and creamy cheese will make this baked pasta a new family favorite.

It’s a nostalgic one-dish supper with a few healthful updates and a lot of easy options for what you’re craving or for what your pantry holds. Kids will love it all the more when they choose which pasta, veggies, cheese and herbs go in the mix.

Easy and filling, this one-pot meal pairs flavorful chicken sausage with creamy red lentils and tender cauliflower. Perfectly filling for the fall, serve with naan for easy scooping.

An unexpectedly delicious pairing of mustard-glazed mahi mahi with fall’s juicy pears and savory collard greens. The fish, greens and fruit all roast in the oven at the same time for easy cooking and clean up.

Celery root is a knobby vegetable that requires some trimming but reveals a unique and delicious flavor that blends perfectly with potatoes to create an alternative to traditional mashed potatoes.

Save the seeds from peak-season summer melons and use them to make this creamy and refreshing agua fresca. Garnish with sliced melon or fresh mint sprigs to add a fragrant punch to this summer cooler.

The Amazonian native paiche is firm and flavorful, making it an excellent fish for roasting. If you happen to have leftovers, the paiche and potatoes make wonderful fish tacos.

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