Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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Tart lemon, nutty walnuts and sesame seeds, rich coconut and smooth, sweet dates come together to make these delightfully tangy treats.

This icy treat makes the most of rich ripe watermelon. Melons can vary in flavor quite a bit, so taste the mixture before freezing and add more honey or lime if desired.

This versatile cake is a snap to make and perfect to serve with a mound of juicy fresh berries on top. Personalize it to your taste by using both almond and vanilla extracts as called for, or use 1 teaspoon of either on its own.

Couscous easily rehydrates in hot water making it the perfect warm-weater grain since preparing it won't heat up your kitchen. Look for both whole wheat and regular varieties, either of which can be used in this recipe.

Use this same method to make any style pizza you like. Simply top with items that suit your taste like pepperoni, diced ham, sliced peppers and onions or crumbled feta cheese.

Kids love making and eating these chocolate earth balls, a less fancy version of grown-up truffles. The best part? No baking required! From The Whole Foods Market Cookbook.

Try layering shredded roasted chicken, pulled pork, or sliced skirt steak with the onions and peppers in these quick and easy stovetop quesadillas. For vegetarians, sautéed mushrooms are a great addition, too.

Making your own almondmilk is very easy—just plan ahead to allow time for soaking the nuts. The best dairy-free smoothies on the block are around the corner. Sweeten with a little honey, if you like.

Using the meat from a rotisserie chicken is a convenient shortcut for making this tempting main course salad. Serve over lettuce and chopped fresh veggies for lunch, dinner or picnics.

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Full of flavor from rich scallops, juicy shrimp and tender cod, these seafood burgers are topped with a tangy, roasted cabbage slaw. Serve with lemon wedges on the side.

Here’s to a classic St. Patrick’s Day double whammy, made with peas and edamame mashed into creamy potatoes and topped with browned pork sausages. Serve with cooked greens on the side for extra luck.

This rich vegetarian dish adds kale to a classic French potato gratin, making a delicious side or light main course. Serve it with a few breakfast sausages for an out-of-this-world brunch.

This super-flavorful stew features whole chicken pieces simmered in tomato sauce with fiery peppers and tender chunks of yuca. Yuca is classic in Central American cooking, but you can substitute a waxy potato like Yukon Gold.

These flavorful eggs are easy to bake up for a cozy breakfast with friends or family, and they also easily double for a crowd. You can garnish the eggs with an herb of your choice (basil, thyme or chives are excellent) and serve with thick slices of your favorite...

Cutting the tempeh into small triangles for this recipe ensures that it roasts beautifully and soaks up plenty of marinade. Add extra veggies to the roasting pan as you like – we love cauliflower or broccoli, too.

This delicious vegan salad makes a great light meal by itself or served over a bed of baby greens. Tofu blended with white beans form the base for a creamy dressing. Garnish it with chopped celery leaves if you like.

This eggless version of carbonara gets big flavor from small amounts of savory, umami-rich ingredients like garlic, miso, smoky bacon and Parmigiano-Reggiano.

This crowd-pleasing casserole features peppers roasted with chicken breasts and layered between corn tortillas. We like the juicy results of chicken freshly roasted on the bone, but you could also use 4 cups of precooked shredded chicken or turkey.

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