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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.
This flavorful fat-free salad dressing is great over spinach and arugula, and it's also delicious as a dip for pear or apple wedges or raw vegetables.
This easy recipe is based on apple butter and makes an ideal spread for bread or topping for oatmeal. If you like, stir a few pinches of apple pie spice or five-spice powder into the purée during the last few minutes of cooking.
The easy sandwich relies on a combination of cranberry relish, smoked turkey and grilled red onions, and the addition of the citrus cream cheese makes it a winner. Substitute apple or pear chutney or preserves for the cranberries.
Take advantage of pears in season and try a new variety in this twist on a popular dish. A little sweet pear (or apple or dried fig) makes the dressing especially good.
Serve this hearty soup with toasted dark bread, thinly sliced apple and a seasonal green salad. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.
Try these simple sausages for your next weekend brunch. The apple keeps the lean turkey moist and adds a complementary tart-sweet flavor. Serve with eggs prepared your favorite way, as well as toast or muffins.
This recipe makes the perfect amount of stuffing to fill a 14-pound turkey. Or simply bake the sage and apple flavored stuffing in a baking pan to serve as a savory side dish.
Turn your favorite juice into soda pop. Though any juice works well, apple, cranberry and grape are particularly delicious. This is sure to be a favorite for kids on long, hot summer days.
This French breakfast toast is simple to prepare and absolutely delicious. Thinning blueberry jam with a bit of apple juice makes for a delicious "syrup." Challah (egg) bread is wonderful but feel free to substitute your favorite fresh bread.
Using whole grain macaroni, a small amount of expeller-pressed mayonnaise and raw apple cider vinegar, this lighter version of the classic macaroni salad boasts a bit of crunch from the celery and shallots.
These apple- and rice-stuffed hens are a wonderful alternative to turkey or ham for your holiday table. Be sure to tie their legs together with kitchen twine for even roasting.
Sweet and tangy sugared cranberries make a surprising addition to candy bowls, your favorite apple pie recipe, cheesecake or baked brie. Package cranberries for gift giving with our downloadable gift tag.
This variation on the classic Waldorf salad uses kale instead of lettuce and adds apple and walnuts to the dressing for a creamy consistency without using the typical mayonnaise base.
Cherries add a touch of sweetness to thinly sliced kale quickly wilted in apple juice. It's an unexpected pairing but the flavors blend well to make a filling vegetarian side dish.
Need another reason to love Cowgirl Creamery's Organic Mt. Tam triple-crème cheese? It makes just about any sandwich a celebration. Here it's paired with turkey, tangy honey mustard and crisp apple on a hearty whole wheat baguette.
Make this easy vegan caramel to satisfy your craving for a sweet treat. Use as a dip for apple slices, combine with cashew cream for a frosting or spread the sauce on warm pancakes for a delicious breakfast treat.
The flavors of ginger, garlic, and golden brown sesame seeds are locked inside tender tofu steaks that are seared over high heat until crispy. If you prefer a stronger miso flavor, use a dark brown or red miso. If you find yourself without apple or pineapple juice, use water instead. From The Whole Foods Market Cookbook