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St. Patrick's Day

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Beef and Beer Pie

Make this tasty traditional Irish dish for your St. Paddy’s Day get-together or for a classic, quick dinner.

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Guinness Brownies

Rich chocolate and full-bodied beer combine in this enticing brownie.

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Ginger Shandy

Try serving this refreshing beverage with fresh mint.

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Roasted Carrots

Keep an eye out for rainbow and heirloom varieties for a vibrant addition to your table.

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Irish Milkshakes

Tangy lime sherbet makes a creamy and delicious milkshake that is refreshing on a hot day. Fresh bananas add nutrition, so you can still indulge a little bit without feeling guilty. Kids love this shake, and the green color makes it good for a non-alcoholic refreshment for St. Patty's Day.

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Corned beef with cabbage

A staple of St. Patrick’s day, this corned beef and cabbage recipe requires no luck to make. Three-and-a-half hours at a gentle simmer leaves the brisket exquisitely tender, infused with flavors of coriander, bay leaves and onion.

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Cabbage Rolls

Find a new way to enjoy cabbage with these stuffed cabbage rolls. Steamed cabbage leaves wrap around a mixture of beef, sausage, onions, rice, egg and seasonings. The finished rolls need to simmer for about an hour, so make sure to leave enough time.

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Irish Potatoes

Potatoes for dessert? Imagine the look in their eyes when they sink their teeth in these sweet, rich and creamy, coconut and cinnamon-flavored treats that look like plain potatoes, but definitely aren't. This is an easy recipe that makes for priceless family moments. 

Spring Into Produce

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Chicken and Mango Salad

Sweet and spicy sauce tossed with chicken and mango makes the perfect snack.

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Pasta with Swiss Chard, Eggplant and Mushrooms

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Couscous Stuffed Artichokes

Cooking with whole artichokes may seem like a daunting task at first, but it's actually quite simple—and the presentation of this stuffed veggie is as impressive as it comes. Just scoop out the center and stuff with this delicious blend of raisins and spices for an unforgettable and delicious centerpiece.

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Honeydew Mint Smoothie

Kefir is cultured milk product that is very good for digestion. You can substitute buttermilk or plain (not Greek) yogurt if you prefer.

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Baja Chops with Pineapple Salsa

If you’ve never ventured outside of the realm of traditional salsa, you’re in for a treat. Made with red onion, cilantro, lime and fresh pineapple, this tart and tangy salsa makes a refreshing accompaniment to juicy grilled pork chops. Serve as part of any summer meal.

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sweet and sour meatballs with peppers and pineapple

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Apricot Chicken Salad

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Tangy Broccoli Salad

This tangy broccoli salad is a wonderful lunch or dinner side, and makes a great potluck or picnic dish. Reduced-fat mayo and cheddar cheese pair well with broccoli, and sunflower seeds add nutritional value and a pleasant crunch.

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shaved fennel salad

Raw fennel is an excellent salad addition when thinly shaved and paired with other cooling green vegetables, like zucchini and cucumber, as in this fresh salad. Warm toasted pine nuts and salty feta cheese provide balance. A refreshing salad, perfect for early spring.

Lenten Fish Recipes

Easy, delicious fish recipes at your fingertips.

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Cod with Pecan Crumble

This dish features three fabulous textures: a crispy pecan top, a flaky fish center, and a fluffy potato-and-bean filling.

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Fish and Tomato Gratin

Try serving this fish and tomato gratin dish the next time you're in the mood for a light summer meal. Tomatoes, onions, garlic, spices, Parmesan and bread crumbs combine as a light, crispy topping for the fish, cooking up in just 25 minutes.

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Quinoa-crusted cod fingers

This gluten-free take on fried fish is delicious with Sweet Potato Fries with Minted Yogurt Drizzle.

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Herb Crusted Tilapia with Tomato Salsa

Everyone loves fish in a crunchy breadcrumb crust. The trouble is most fish-in-a-crust recipes are either pan fried or deep-fried, which means extra fat and calories. These quick-and-easy tilapia fillets are broiled, which leaves them crispy, tender and lean.

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Sautéed flounder with rice salad

This is simple but so delicious, especially with a squeeze of lemon on both the fish and salad. Flounder has a mild flavor that even kids will like.

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Tilapia baked in parchment with coconut rice

Cooking fish in parchment packets lets you seal in flavor with very little fat.

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Broiled Fish with Tomato Basil Topping

Make weeknight meals easy by preparing this simple tomato-basil topping ahead of time. When it's dinner time, a few minutes in the broiler and this light fish dish is done. Pairs well with rice or a salad.

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Barramundi with Lemon and Basil

Often the simplest preparation is most delicious, especially when it comes to the delicate flavor of white fish. A shower of lemon juice, minced garlic and basil dresses the fish, allowing its natural taste to really shine. This makes an elegant and low-stress main course for a romantic dinner.

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Lemon Tilapia with Dill Sauce

A delightful, super-simple low-fat and zero-carb entrée. The meaty texture of tilapia marries flawlessly with this Greek-inspired garlic, sour cream and dill sauce. Simply stir the sauce together while the fish is baking and dinner will be ready in 20 minutes or less.

Asparagus Favorites

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Asparagus, bacon and tomato tart

This simple recipe uses prepared pizza dough to create a sophisticated light meal in just 30 min.

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White and green asparagus salad with chicken

Shaving asparagus is a great way to enjoy it raw. This salad can stand up to being dressed up to one hour in advance of serving.

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Beef and Asparagus Stir-fry

This innovative twist on a classic beef stir-fry is fabulous in the spring when asparagus is in season. Sweet hoisin sauce and rich, aromatic sesame oil create a flavor combo that's impossible to resist. Served with steamed brown or white rice, this is perfect for dinner any day of the week.

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Asparagus soup with ham and egg

This simple soup makes the perfect addition to any spring meal. Make a double batch and freeze half for busy days. No white asparagus available? Simply substitute another bunch of green asparagus.

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Chicken Asparagus Roll-Ups

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Crab and Asparagus Omelet

This elegant crab and asparagus omelet is the perfect dish to serve for a special celebratory brunch—and because it calls for canned crabmeat, it can be made in minutes. The combination of whole eggs and egg whites makes for a fluffy and cholesterol-conscious breakfast.

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Parmesan Garlic Asparagus

Asparagus has an unique taste and aroma, and garlic, butter and cheese are the perfect complements to bring out its flavor. Select thinner stalks if possible, as they have a milder, fresher taste than larger ones—and take care not overcook them.

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Roasted Asparagus with Fresh Tarragon

When it's spring, the vegetable-lover's thoughts turn to asparagus. This delightful French-style salad goes easy on the dressing to allow the naturally rich and buttery flavors of the asparagus to come to the forefront. Topped with walnuts and little crumbled feta it's practically a meal in itself when you add a side of rice or bread to it.

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Cream of Asparagus Soup

Cooked and pureed with onions and chicken broth, asparagus never tasted so good. A beautiful creamy soup to be served as a starter on a spring night. Add some crispy bacon bits on top and it can also work as a main on its own.

Kids Collection

Make healthier eating a family effort with these kid-friendly recipes!

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Pigs in a Blanket

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Mini Meatloaves - Kid Friendly

These beef mini-meatloaves are kid-friendly for many reasons: they're unadorned with adult spices, prepared in muffin tins to keep the portions manageable, and quite simply, they taste great in the tomato sauce. Pass extra Parmesan at the table. They are delicious served with ketchup, as well.

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Oven Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwich

A thin layer of mayo on the bottom brings a juicy moistness to this oven-toasted hot ham and cheese sandwich. Add even more flavor to this simple deli classic with a slice of fresh tomato. Needless to say, this makes for a quick and satisfying meal or snack any time of day.

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Homemade Toaster Pastry

Make these homemade toaster pastries for a special breakfast on birthdays or Christmas morning. Frozen puff pastry dough is spread with your favorite preserves creating a delicious yet simple treat. Hot chocolate to go with, anyone?

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Marshmallow Stars Bars

Treat your kids to this fast and easy marshmallow and cereal bar. Butter, peanut butter, marshmallows and star cereal combine for a sweet, crunchy treat that is filled with fun shapes kids will love. Pack them in their lunchboxes or have them out at their next birthday party.

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Fruit and Cheese Kabobs

Instead of the traditional fruit and cheese plate, consider serving fruit and cheese kabobs with a sweet and creamy dipping sauce. Grapes, strawberries, bananas, and two types of cheese combine in the kabobs, while a dipping sauce made of yogurt, sour cream, honey and cinnamon sweetens the deal.

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Barbecue-ranch chicken nugget wraps

An irresistible mix of tasty chicken nuggets and healthy raw veggies make these kid- and mom-friendly.

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Speedy Sloppy Joes

This high-heat recipe delivers a classic sloppy joe sandwich in just 15 minutes.

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No-Bake Cranberry-Cherry Cobbler

This no-bake dessert is a stress-free crowd pleaser, the perfect thing to serve on holidays to ease the pressure on the oven. Simply stew frozen fruit and spices until thickened, and top with broken graham crackers. In less than half an hour you will have a warm and comforting winter treat ready to eat.