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Coconut curry carrot soup is a fulfilling way to start a meal or to serve alongside a sandwich.
Halibut in miso broth is light and nourishing, yet comforting and desirable.
It boasts lean beef in every bite, but root vegetables are still the star of this comforting soup.
Garlic-rosemary white bean toasts can be whip up with ingredients that are easy to keep on hand.
You can make this chicory winter salad with roasted grapes as written, or add your own spin.
he flour imparts a deeply nutty flavor and dark color.
This sheet-pan dinner of Arctic char, broccolini and edamame is ready in 20 minutes.
Hearty, earthy and flavorful, it checks all the soul-warming satisfaction boxes.
Roasted red peppers, green olives, fresh basil and mozzarella add punchy antipasto flavors.
This recipe features a sauce made with olive oil, tomatoes and herbs instead of cheese and cream.
You can globe-hop in the dairy aisle with offerings from France, Australia, Bulgaria and Iceland.
A chili-seasoned dish of red beans, tomatoes, apple, kale and cheese was inspired by a 1977 recipe.
Ellie Krieger’s top picks for new, healthy convenience foods that harness what’s hot with this trend.
These Asian-inspired sandwiches feature pickled vegetables, a creamy-spicy sauce and fresh cliantro.
The slaw of bell pepper, cabbage and carrot holds up well overnight in the refrigerator.
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