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Lemon Ginger Tea
End your morning meal with a drink that's sure to satisfy any tea lover.
In your quest for great zest, seek lemons that are plump and heavy for their size. Bright yellow fruits with glossy, fine-grained skin are the juiciest.
Nora Pouillon's Crab and Shiitake Cakes
The chef of the U.S.'s first certified organic restaurant shares a recipe.
Pancakes with Spinach Filling
A healthy recipe that uses eggless pancake batter.
Baked Fruit Kebabs
A supereasy recipe for everyone to enjoy. Once made, slide the fruit off the skewers and into a reusable container for your kids' school snack.
Goat Cheese with Honey Dip
Garnish this mixture with ground pistachios, toasted almonds, and cut figs. Serve with toasted French bread slices or pita chips.
Thai Lemongrass Pork and Rice Vermicelli Wraps
These Asian-style lettuce wraps are low on carbon, not on taste.
Strawberry Rhubarb Sparkler
Quench your warm weather thirst with this fruity sparkling drink.
Blueberry Crumb Bars
Substitute raspberries or strawberries for the blueberries if they're not your thing. This recipe serves up justice to many of your favorite fruits.
Challah French Toast
Challah bread makes this classic French Toast recipe irresistible.
Seared Scallops with Saffron Couscous
Searing scallops in a skillet is a great time saver. Since they only take about 5 or 6 minutes to cook - - it'll bring you one step closer to getting dinner on the table without much fuss.
Preserved Lemon Chicken
Unused preserved lemons can be refrigerated for up to 2 months - - just one more reason to make this simple and rustic dish a permanent addition to your recipe files.
Striped Bass with Lemons, White Wine & Capers
Careful and responsible fishing has brought this firm-textured fish back to its rightful place on the table.
Easy way to dress up asparagus -- for an everyday meal or a gala occasion.
Granita recipes are easy to make; all you need is a fork, a saucepan, a freezer and your favorite fruits or herbs.
Oven-Roasted Fingerling Potatoes with Fennel and Tarragon
Start a green revolution in your own kitchen by using only organically raised vegetables, fruits and local honey. Here are some recipe suggestions to get you started.
Tuscan Style Steak
Satisfy your senses with this simple yet elegant Tuscan specialty.
Heirloom Pork Roast with Fresh Thyme
Spicy Tofu and Asparagus Stir‑Fry
Look for thin asparagus for this stir-fry, because it cooks quickly and doesnt require paring. If all you have are thick spears, be sure to pare them, especially near the bottom.
Asparagus, Jack and Feta Cheese Frittata
Serve this frittata warm, cold or at room temperature.
By using matzo instead of noodles, this lasagna is kosher for Passover.
Gluten-Free Orange-Almond Cake
A Simple Glaze of Lemon Juice and Powdered Sugar Over These Cakes Makes for an Extra Treat.
Easiest Roast Chicken Dinner
Add the potatoes and vegetables to the chicken while its roasting for a quick and simple meal.
If you don't have pale yellow, nutty-flavored Gruyere cheese for this dish, substitute the same amount of shredded Swiss or Jarlsberg, or a few shavings of fresh Parmesan.
Bow Ties with Fennel and Leeks
When buying fennel for this recipe, look for bulbs that are clean and firm and don't buy those that show signs of bruising or splitting.
Kosher for Passover Oatmeal
This "oatmeal" is made with crumbled matzo.
Spicy Moroccan Carrot Dip with Whole Wheat Pita Chips
This creamy dip is packed with flavorful spices - not with carbon.
These energy bars satisfy at snack time, or make a convenient breakfast.
This hazelnut version is quite special served before or after dinner with a creamy camembert or blue cheese.
Lamb Chops with Persillade and Grey Sea Salt
Try this for Easter Sunday dinner. The fresh flavors of persillade, a mixture of garlic and parsley, complement juicy lamb chops.
Warm Garlic String Beans
Here's a good recipe for all those green beans from your garden you didn't know what to do with.
Crown Roast of Lamb
Crown your holiday table with this elegant yet simple recipe sure to impress everyone, even the family curmudgeon.
Lemony Shrimp Risotto
Risottos are usually served as side dishes. Adding a bit of lemon and shrimp brings this dish to center stage.
Honey-Garlic Grilled Pork Chops
Honey-Garlic Grilled Pork Chops.
Honey-Garlic Grilled Pork Chops.
Wild Rice Stuffing
Wild rice stuffing recipe.
White Chocolate Macadamia Cookies
A quick and easy white chocolate cookie recipe meant to be shared.
This simple, modern take on the traditional Fishermans Pie uses fresh and smoked salmon.
Sicilian Stuffed Pork Chops
Whether cut from the loin, rib, or shoulder, pork chops braised in liquid in a tightly covered pan will stay moist and juicy. Maintain a gentle simmer for tender chops.
Bread and Butter Pudding with Fresh Currants and Raspberries
Bread pudding is the perfect dessert when you're entertaining a crowd.
Braised Baby Artichokes with Olives
Simply tossed with earthy olives and garlic.
Apple Cranberry Sauce
A classic make-ahead cranberry sauce with a bit of a twist; local maple syrup and a dash of vanilla round out this flavorful dish.
Basic Single Whole Wheat Piecrust
The perfect pie crust for a cream or other uncooked pie.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Baby Carrots and Pearl Onions (Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Baby Carrots and Pearl Onions Recipe)
These oven caramelized fall vegetables will convert die-hard Brussels sprout foes into instant supporters.
Blood Orange Mimosas
Start your New Year's Day brunch with a flavorful, citrus-inspired Champagne toast.
Take your hot drinks from simply warming to simply wonderful by adding a splash of rum.
Fresh Oysters with Champagne Vinaigrette
The perfect appetizer recipe to go with your Champagne cocktail this New Year's Eve.
Lemon and Garlic String Beans
A super easy side dish string bean recipe that's flavored with lemon and garlic.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Chestnuts and Prunes
Here's a great flexible and relaxing to prepare holiday side dish that makes everyone feel welcome at the table.
Have your fishmonger shuck the oysters for you, if need be, but only if you plan to use them immediately. Just be sure to transport the oysters home in their juices that you'll want to use in the chowder.