Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash


This is the perfect accompaniment to a BBQ meal! Healthy whole grain quinoa combines with spicy jalapeños and sweet grapes for a tasty and light side dish. Alternately, the jalapeños can be grilled rather than roasted.

An easy-to-throw-together, affordable stew that feeds a crowd. Top bowlfuls of this beefy tomato and corn stew with dollops of sour cream and spoonfuls of your favorite salsa. 

With its beautiful colors and pleasing balance of textures and flavors, this dish is bound to become one of your most requested recipes. Serve it either as a first course or a side dish to a fall or winter meal.

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Bison is lean and outrageously tasty. Grill zucchini slabs to serve alongside these strip steaks and balsamic-basted onions.

Balsamic vinegar is good friends with buffalo mozzarella. The tanginess of the vinegar is a nice complement to the subtlety of the cheese. Because this recipe is a little bit sweet and a little bit savory it can be served as a appetizer or dessert.

These basic quesadillas come together quickly and adapt well to many variations. Add salsa, sautéed onions or peppers and diced red or white onion, if you like. Serve with a green salad for dinner or alone as a hearty after-school snack.

Lacinato kale, also known as dinosaur kale, isn't as tough as curly kale and lends itself well to raw salads like this one. This recipe will easily double for a big group or potluck.


This intensely flavored mustard is terrific with sausages, grilled pork or strong cheese.

Using butter pecan ice cream, hearty oatmeal cookies, fresh bananas and pecans, this ice cream cake takes away all of the work, but leaves the fun and flavor. Be sure to let the kids help with this one.

Let the kids scoop ice cream, pour milk and crush cookies to make these fresh mango and vanilla shakes, topped with old-fashioned whipped cream.

This healthful alternative to bottled barbecue sauce is sweetened with dates, and fragrant with onion, garlic, chili powder and mustard.

A tasty alternative to traditional pickle relish, spoon this cantaloupe and honeydew condiment onto pork, chicken or turkey burgers for a mix-and-match burger bar, or serve alongside cheese, fruit and crackers.

Tangy teriyaki sauce is delicious for basting grilled chicken, and it makes a surprising dressing for this romaine and red pepper salad, too. This will be your go-to salad all summer long.

Creamy tahini and tart wine vinegar dress whole wheat couscous, tossed with tomatoes, zucchini and garbanzo beans. Follow the time-saving techniques in the method to make extra-quick work of this salad or light main course.

Ideal for summer parties and backyard barbecues, this take on potato salad includes lots of crunchy celery, piquant fresh arugula and a mayo- and cider vinegar-dressing that combines it all perfectly.

An eye-catching ice and fruit ring keeps this mix of dry white wine and tart Italian soda cold for ages. Fancy enough for brunch, but easy enough to pull off anytime, make this party pleaser non-alcoholic for kids by doubling the soda and omitting the wine.