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Boiled Lobsters with Dipping Sauce

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This lobster recipe tells you all you need to cook lobster at home: a big pot, a pair of gloves to protect your hands, some lobster crackers (or kitchen shears) and small forks to help you get the sweet meat out of the shell. Plan on one 1- to 1 1/4-pound lobster per person. Store them for up to 24 hours in a ventilated container at the back of the bottom shelf of your refrigerator. When you make our healthy lobster butter dipping sauce, you'll save about 125 calories and 11 grams saturated fat compared to dipping your lobster into 2 tablespoons of melted butter.

Roasted Garlic, White Bean & Kale Pizz'alad

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Who says pizza needs cheese? With this pizz'alad--a pizza topped with salad--we rely on two whole heads of sweet roasted garlic to add creaminess without cheese and to keep the recipe vegan. One head of garlic is whirled together with white beans to create a spread to top the pizza dough, while the other gets “massaged” into the raw kale salad that crowns this delicious pizza. To save time, roast the garlic ahead. Using bread flour gives the pizza crust a crisp and sturdy structure, but all-purpose flour works well in its place. For a gluten-free pizza crust variation, see Tips.

Vietnamese Mango & Chicken Pizz'alad

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This sweet-spicy salad pizza recipe tops a crisp pizza crust with a salad of crunchy cabbage, mango and chicken tossed with a Vietnamese-inspired dressing made with fish sauce and lime juice. Be sure to serve the pizza right after you add the salad on top to keep the crust from becoming soggy. Using bread flour gives the pizza crust a crisp and sturdy structure, but all-purpose flour works well in its place. For a gluten-free pizza crust variation, see Tips.

Blue Cheese & Spinach Pizz'alad

Cobb salad meets pizza in this summery pizza salad recipe. The salad in this pizz'alad recipe, made with spinach, corn and blue cheese soaked in a bacon-spiked tomato vinaigrette, is so yummy you may decide just to make it on its own once you've tried it. We love a full-flavored blue cheese like Maytag on this pizza, but a milder blue cheese is also nice and will let some of the other flavors shine through a little more. Using bread flour gives the pizza crust a crisp and sturdy structure, but all-purpose flour works well in its place. For a gluten-free pizza crust variation, see Tips.

Meatless Mountain Green Beans with Potatoes

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In the southern Appalachian Mountains, green beans were cooked at the back of the stove in a bacon-seasoned broth with new potatoes added in the final part of the long, slow process. The result is a vegetable dish so imbued with meaty flavor that it was regularly served as the main part of an otherwise meatless meal with slaw, fresh tomatoes, sliced cucumbers, raw onion and cornbread. Here the meaty flavor in this vegetarian green bean recipe is created without pork by using smoked Spanish paprika and olive oil. Look for smoked paprika with other spices in well-stocked supermarkets.