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Smoky Pea & Artichoke Pasta
Here artichokes are combined with smoky ham and fresh peas to create a pasta dish that tastes richer than it actually...
Minted Peas & Shallots
Peas are high in fiber and a good source of other nutrients. They're also one of our favorite harbingers of spring...
Spring Pea & Scallion Soup
You can use fresh or frozen peas, either of which delivers B vitamins, iron and fiber, in this soup, but if you do take...
Braised Green Beans & Tomatoes
When you've enjoyed your fill of summer's ripe, raw tomatoes and crisp-tender veggies, try this Italian-...
Three-Bean Salad
This three-bean salad has far less sugar than typical versions. We opt for a combination of canned and frozen beans (...
Artichokes with Lemon & Dill
Don't let fresh artichokes intimidate you—the little time it takes to prepare them is well worth the effort!
Glazed Carrots with Currants
We eat so many raw carrots, it's easy to forget how excellent they can be cooked. Try them glazed in honey and...
Lamb Kafta Pockets
These Middle Eastern-style meatballs are best wrapped in a warm pita pocket, with plenty of shredded lettuce and...
Curried Burgers with Chutney Sauce
Burgers are a backyard passion, but—dare we admit it?—sometimes the passion wears a little thin. But once the patties...
Raspberries & Mangoes
Toasted almonds add texture to a simple combination of raspberries and mango.
Raspberry Sorbet with Sliced Kiwis
Fresh kiwi slices and toasted coconut turns raspberry sorbet into a special and colorful dessert.
Creamy Artichoke & Spinach Soup
Pureed artichoke hearts in addition to eggs thicken this delectable version of the classic Greek soup, avgolemono. The...
Mushroom Barley Soup
Float some homemade croutons on top of this soup for extra flavor and body. Serve with an amber beer and a salad of...
Fettuccine Alfredo
Alfredo di Lello, the Roman restaurateur who created his signature sauc.e in the 1920s, might be startled to find this...
Spaghetti with Mushroom Bolognese
Domestic white (or “button”) mushrooms stand in for the meat in this still-hearty variation of a classic sauce. Serve...
Grilled Manchego with Spinach & Spicy Plum Chutney
Admittedly, this dish is a bit more labor-intensive than the grilled-cheese sandwiches of your youth, but the extra...
Caramelized Onion & Green Olive Pizzas
A flavorful combination of caramelized onions, green olives and feta makes an elegant topping for single-serving pizzas...
Corn & Tomato Pizzas
Remember English-muffin pizzas? This healthier, grown-up approach uses whole-grain pitas and a variety of vegetables...
Eggplant-Cheddar Bake
Forget the deep-fried, oily eggplant Parmesan that you usually get with take-out. This version celebrates the eggplant...
Miso Chicken Stir-Fry
There's sour, sweet, salty and bitter... and then there's “umami.” That's the Japanese term for the “...
Five-Spice Duck Stir-Fry
Why duck? Because it's delicious. This recipe may indeed convince folks who have been tentative about eating duck...
Warm Winter Salad for Two
Sautéed radicchio, fennel and carrots are topped with chicken, walnuts and Gorgonzola in this warm and hearty main-dish...
Mediterranean Tuna Antipasto Salad for Two
Capers, red onion and fresh herbs give canned tuna and beans a light, fresh taste. Here we serve the tuna salad on a...
Quinoa, Mango & Black Bean Salad
The vibrant colors of this salad—orange, red, black and green—signal that it's loaded with phytochemicals,...
Lentil & Chicken Stew
Herb and citrus exist in perfect balance in this protein-packed stew flavored with dill and lemon. Serve with slices of...
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