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  • Broccolini, also known as baby broccoli, is a little sweeter than regular broccoli and is high in vitamins A and C.Explore Recipe »

  • This dish is a great appetizer for any party because it can be made hours ahead of time and served either hot or room temperature. Leftovers can be tossed with pasta or used as a filling for omelets.Explore Recipe »

  • You'll flavor beef tenderloin with garlic slices and then let it sit overnight, resulting in smooth flavor instead of sharp, intense garlic. If you're firing up the grill for your entree, look for side dishes that you can grill too -- you'll save even more prep and clean-up time.Explore Recipe »

  • Not only does the dried and crystallized ginger taste great in these quick-and-easy muffins, but they’re also an excellent anti-inflammatory, helping to ease arthritis pain.Explore Recipe »

  • This easy to make salad features fresh ingredients. Simply mix them together, cover, chill, and enjoy.Explore Recipe »

  • An excellent recipe for a delicious tea. It contains fresh ginger, lemon juice, green tea leaves, and fresh sugar.Explore Recipe »

  • Spice--and sweeten!--up your chicken dinner tonight with this finger-lickin' recipe. Nab some apricot preserves from your local farmer's market for an authentically homemade meal.Explore Recipe »

  • This is a twist on the classic gingerbread recipe. It's great to make with children, or use it to make a range of decorations, and gifts for the festive season.Explore Recipe »

  • Omega-3 fatty acid is a key ingredient in helping to reduce the inflammation of arthritis and other joint problems, but getting enough of it every day can be challenging. This oatmeal tastes great and gets you half your daily requirements of Omega-3s—and no, we didn’t add any salmon to it.Explore Recipe »

  • This quintessential autumn recipe works well with other types of hard squashes, too, such as delicata or hubbard.Explore Recipe »

  • Glazing carrots is a lot simpler than most people realize. The only trick is to make sure the carrots aren't over-cooked and mushy or they'll fall apart when glazing.Explore Recipe »

  • Glazes are a great way to add flavor to any grilled meat. The trick is not to add them as you put the meat on the grill. Glazes tend to be very sugary and it will burn long before the meat is done. So just brush the glaze on a minute or two before removing the meat from the grill.Explore Recipe »

  • Many people think crepes are difficult to make and only for special occasions. To the contrary, they’re easy to prepare and a great way to make any meal special. Try filling these crepes with sliced strawberries or bananas. Alternately, you can make them for dinner and fill them with a stew or leftover chicken.Explore Recipe »

  • Nuts contain many heart health-boosting nutrients. Unsaturated fats, plant sterols, and fiber lower LDL (“bad” cholesterol) levels. Omega-3 fatty acids help regulate heart rhythms; vitamin E may prevent plaque from developing; and L-arginine helps ward off blood clots by making artery walls more flexible.

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    * Allergy Warning: This recipe contains nuts.

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  • Great for using up leftovers. Add a combination of whatever veggies you have left over to bump up the goodness.Explore Recipe »

  • Remember: Smoothies are not beverages, they're meal replacements, so keep their nutrition facts in mind when considering your overall diet plan. If you're looking for a breakfast on the go, this quick smoothie does the trick.Explore Recipe »

  • When shopping for lamb chops, be sure to look for loin chops, which look like little T-bone steaks. Buy American lamb chops when possible, as they tend to be bigger than their Australian or New Zealand counterparts.Explore Recipe »

  • This side makes a great bring-along to a Turkey Day feast or for a cool autumn dinner at home. After the beans are cooked in the water and drained, they can be placed in an airtight container and refrigerated up to 24 hours.Explore Recipe »

  • Light and refreshing, this salad packs a wallop of flavor that hits all the classic Southeast Asian notes: sweet, sour, salty, and spicy. If you're not familiar with fish sauce, don't worry. Although the smell is quite pronounced, the flavor is much more subtle, adding a savoriness that the Japanese refer to as "umami."Explore Recipe »

  • Fresh pea soup is rich and satisfying--so why limit it to just the summertime, when peas are in season? This recipe works equally well with fresh or frozen peas.Explore Recipe »

  • Adding more beans to your diet ensures that you'll get better protein and more fiber. Due to their versatility, canned beans are a must-have for every healthy pantry. Here they are seasoned and served with a summer favorite...fresh artichokes.Explore Recipe »

  • Marinades are meant to enhance the flavor of meats and vegetables, not cover them up. Even though you may be tempted, don't marinate the pork longer than 6 hours or you'll overpower the wonderful flavor of the pork.Explore Recipe »

  • Pineapple is a great dessert on its own, but grilling turns it into a special summertime treat. Serve it with fat-free frozen yogurt for extra goodness.Explore Recipe »

  • Grilled Cheese Sandwich is an all time favorite. It is very simple and easy to prepare and can be eaten either in breakfast or as a snack. It is a wholesome meal, therefore, can be easily packed for lunch too. The aroma of the melting cheese is irresistible. It tastes best when served hot.Explore Recipe »

  • When you first make this it may seem a little dry, but don't be tempted to add more dressing. If your tomatoes are really ripe they'll start to release moisture into the salad over time; just keep tossing every 20 minutes.Explore Recipe »

  • Chipotles are simply smoked jalapeno peppers. You can usually find them canned in adobo sauce in the ethnic section of your supermarket. They can be quite spicy so you may want to start out with half a pepper and add more to taste.Explore Recipe »

  • Get a fantastic and delicious mix of spice and fresh vegetables with this dish featuring chipotle and adobo sauce.Explore Recipe »

  • Crab cakes are traditionally fried in a lot of oil or butter, which ramps up the fat and calories in this otherwise low-fat dish. Here, the cakes are chilled to firm them up for the grill.Explore Recipe »

  • Fennel is frequently used in salad and other dishes, but is rarely the star. In this recipe, it takes center stage with a spicy Romesco-like sauce.Explore Recipe »

  • This delicious recipe is easy to prepare, and should not be missed. Not to mention, oily fish help minimize joint pain as well as lower the risk of heart disease and some cancer.Explore Recipe »

  • Lightly pound the chicken breasts between two sheets of plastic wrap to flatten them. This will help the chicken cook evenly and make sure the marinade seasons the entire breast.Explore Recipe »

  • Pre-mixed seasoning blends are a great way to add an instant pop of flavor to almost any dish. However, most contain an excessive amount of sodium. Be on the lookout for salt-free varieties.Explore Recipe »

  • Vegetarian sandwiches usually contain fillings of potato, cucumber or tomato. However, this recipe uses mushrooms to create a different yet delicious sandwich. The mozzarella cheese gives it a delectable flavor. You can also use oregano herb to add that extra zing. Eat it at breakfast or enjoy as an evening snack.Explore Recipe »

  • This salad makes a great accompaniment to steak, kabobs, or burgers.Explore Recipe »

  • You may have to ask your butcher to cut a steak from a large ham if you don't see any in the meat case. If you're not a fan of marmalade, try substituting raspberry or blackberry jam.Explore Recipe »

  • It's best to make this dish at least a couple hours ahead of time and serve it at room temperature. At first, the dressing may not seem like enough, but don't be tempted to add more. If your tomatoes are really ripe, they'll release moisture into the salad over time. Just keep tossing every 20 to 30 minutes.Explore Recipe »

  • Fortunately ready-made polenta is now widely available in most Supermarkets. If you aren't able to find it, or prefer to make it from scratch, place 1 cup of cornmeal in a saucepan and stir in 4 cups of cold water. Whisk vigorously for 1-2 minutes to prevent the mixture from becoming lumpy. Bring the mixture to a gentle simmer and cook until thick, about 30 minutes. Spread evenly into a lightly greased baking pan and chill until firm.Explore Recipe »

  • The more robust your beer, the more robust the marinade--and ultimately the pork chops--will be. For a milder flavor, try an amber ale or lager.Explore Recipe »

  • Potato sandwiches are every vegetarian's favorite and is a very popular Indian sandwich recipe. Addition of mozzarella cheese gives a unique flavor to this recipe. This sandwich is great for breakfast, kid's lunchboxes and evening snacks. They taste great and are very easy to prepare.Explore Recipe »

  • Basting strawberries with honey-bourbon syrup kicks this summertime classic up a notch or two without adding a lot of sugar. Explore Recipe »

  • This mouth watering white fish dish features a full-flavored and well-balanced rustic rosemary sauce.Explore Recipe »

  • Rich in omega-3s, tuna is a great addition to any diet. Give this grilled tuna a boost of flavor with a brief rest in an orange marinade--no longer than 30 minutes, or you'll overpower the tuna's delicate flavor.Explore Recipe »

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