Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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In Kenya, this popular dish is eaten without utensils, with chapati (a variety of flatbread) or ugali (a type of cornmeal mush) used to scoop up bites instead.

For a beautiful and tasty touch, sprinkle a bit of turbinado sugar over the top of the bread pudding before baking.

This bold green sauce comes together in a flash in the food processor. Garlic, capers and anchovy add complexity to a lively purée of parsley and basil. You'll have some salsa verde left over, so enjoy it on chicken, fish or vegetables as well as the beef in this...

This traditional Roman dish is classically made with veal but can also be made with chicken and turkey. Quick-cooking chicken cutlets are topped with paper-thin slices of prosciutto and whole sage leaves and finished with a simple white-wine pan sauce.

Super yummy, main-course pizzas at a bistro-beating price or cut them into wedges for a party appetizer. Aside from our amazing naan bread, the secret is the goat cheese, but one of the great things about pizza is you can use whatever toppings you like.

If your love for spicy things knows no bounds, feel free to up the amount of Cajun seasoning in this comforting supper. Should your beef stick to the skillet along the way, add a splash of low-sodium vegetable broth and scrape up any delicious browned bits to...

Tofu works well in chili, absorbing flavors and mimicking the texture of meat. Add a small jalapeño pepper to spice it up a bit. Serve chili piping hot in bowls, over steamed brown rice, if you like.

Top this nutritious, hearty breakfast with fresh berries, dried fruit and nuts or flax seeds and then pour a bit of hemp or almondmilk over the top. Only have frozen fruit on hand? Stir it into the pot during the last few minutes of cooking.

Perfect served with crusty bread. For a change, try warming the dressing in the same skillet you used to fry the bacon, then toss with the salad to gently wilt the spinach.

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Kugel is a common Jewish casserole most often made with noodles, but in this version, we use thinly sliced tart apples and matzoh for a sweet spin.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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