Grilled Swordfish Sandwiches with Summer Succotash

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These easy-to-make holiday cookies are reminiscent of peppermint patties, a winter favorite. And the best part? No cookies cutters required!

Recipe courtesy of the cooks at food52.com. Photo by Sarah Shatz, courtesy of food52.com.

Dark leafy greens are the most nutrient-dense foods. That means that they contain more beneficial micronutrients per calorie than any other food, providing incredible nutritional bang for your buck, and in this case they're ready, and very tasty, in less than 15...

Almond meal, made from ground blanched almonds, forms the nutty topping on this baked salmon with slowly caramelized sweet onions and fresh basil spooned over the top. Serve this dish as a main course along with roasted or mashed potatoes, steamed vegetables and a...

Thanks to the reader who sent in the recipe for this pasta dish full of bright and unexpected flavors. She says, "My kids and I can whip this up in ten minutes! They love to take it for lunch." Sounds like a great idea to us.

Moist and dense in texture, the bread includes wholesome ingredients, such as oats and fresh banana, and is easy to prepare and very adaptable, accommodating your choice of chopped nuts or dried fruit in place of the cranberries.

For the best presentation, choose a mix of red, yellow, green or orange bell peppers.

Make and frost this old-fashioned double-layer cake a day or two in advance, if you like. Simply keep it covered in the refrigerator until ready to serve and the tangy buttermilk and applesauce in the batter will help to keep the cake moist.

Easy as 1-2-3, this creamy, sweet and cool snack or dessert proves that added sugar and oil are not always necessary to satisfy your cravings. Keep some peeled bananas in your freezer so they'll be ready when you are.

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Get a double dose of good-for-you sweet potatoes in these enchiladas filled with shredded sweet potatoes and black beans, and topped with a curried sweet potato and tomato sauce.

This easy weeknight main is also special enough for a celebratory meal. Creamy nut-based cheese is folded into a savory mixture of quinoa and beans for a crisp and satisfying patty that’s served alongside garlicky roasted broccoli.

Just like your favorite fall treats, these spiced pumpkin pancakes are full of seasonal flavor. Packed with whole grains, this comforting breakfast will keep you going all morning long. Serve with a light drizzle of maple syrup and sliced apples.

This big pot of soulful Mexican-style stew can be prepared start to finish in well under an hour. It’s ideal for feeding a crowd or for cooking ahead for the week. If you wish, have thinly sliced radishes, fresh cilantro, diced avocado and crispy corn tortilla...

For busy weeknights, we love an all-in-one dish that’s family-friendly and serves a crowd. The apples and butternut squash in this recipe are great with bratwursts, but any mild sausage will work deliciously.

This rich and comforting one-skillet dish is packed with savory flavors. Though perfectly elegant for company, it’s quick enough for weeknight family dinners, too. Serve with your favorite green vegetable.

When you want to make the most of summer grilling, grill your dinner and dessert too! Make individual servings of the trifle using small ramekins, too.

A dinner that comes together this easily will make everyone happy. Layer ham, turkey, tomato and greens in between warm, melted Swiss cheese on a crusty loaf of ciabatta. Slice and serve with pickles, pepperoncini and your favorite crunchy potato chips.

Make these cereal balls with a secret ingredient (coffee!) for an easy road trip snack or special treat for your college student. Feel free to substitute unsweetened almondmilk for the coffee to make a kid-friendly variation.

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