Stuffed salmon shows your culinary commitment -- and the dish is worth the time you spend preparing it. From crab to spinach to pesto, these easy stuffed-salmon recipes can be on the table in 30 minutes or less.See Popular Stuffed Salmon Recipes
To prepare this main dish recipe, a pocket is cut all the way through the fish that encases semi-soft garlic and herb cheese.
For a colorful stuffing, choose a red pear and leave the peel on it. From another pear, cut some thin wedges to garnish this stunning salmon.
Not all fish belongs on the grill, you know. Those wimpy, flaky little white fish so wonderful in other cooking just crumble (literally!) at the touch of an open flame.
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Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day -- but brunch is definitely the most enjoyable. A perfect fusion of the best parts of breakfast and lunch (and, if you like, happy hour), brunch is nearly impossible not to love. Brunch can be savory or sweet, hearty or light -- or all of the above -- depending on your mood.
The unofficial launch of summer is finally upon us, or as we like to call it: grilling season! Try these 8 recipes for Memorial Day and beyond.
Mother knows best! "Mushrooms" was her advice to me as a young bride. I had bareley said "I do" when she handed me a recipe for sauteed mushrooms with sherry that I've come to cherish over the years. "
These quick-to-prep casseroles make for easy and delicious weeknight meals. Add one to your meal plan and make the whole family happy!
Even though my kids are grown up, I still get my "summer vacation" feeling every time June rolls around. This feeling is composed of several sub-feelings related to the general category of "summer dinners": 1. "Let's eat outside tonight!"
What would lunch be without sandwiches? They're essential to our weekdays and weekends, letting us grab food on the run and get right back to work or play. Problem is, it gets easy to fall into a rut, getting that same old plain-Jane tuna salad or turkey sandwich day after day.
If on a steamy summer night when dinner time rolls around and the Martha and the Vandellas song "Heat Wave" is bouncing around your head, think main-dish salads. And we don't mean ultralight greens or a bowl of juicy, colorful fruit -- both fabulous and seasonal but not substantive enough to keep the hearty appetites around the table satisfied. These 10 summer salad ideas are light and refreshing but give you a good dose of protein or starch, which, along with the season's best veggies, will keep you happy, keep you cool, and -- the best part -- keep you from turning on the oven.
Quinoa may be the next best thing to rice or couscous, especially because it's just as easy to prepare. Boil water with dried quinoa and it's ready in 15 minutes or less. And while it's rich in protein and nutrient dense, quinoa is frequently on my dinner table simply because I love its delicious, nutty taste.
If cooking is an art form, then summer vegetables and fruits are surely the best artist's tools available. And summer salads are the best way to showcase the beauty of the season's bounty. The bright colors and flavors of summer veggies and fruits are delicious on their own, but when combined in a salad they really shine.
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When it comes to making dinner, all too often it seems we have two options: the quick-and-easy route or the laborious "special occasion" meals that leave you almost too tired to enjoy them. What if there was a happy compromise? No doubt you probably have a whole repertoire of quick-and-easy dinner recipes for busy weeknights, and they wouldn't be in your repertoire if they weren't, well, good.
Transform the classic comfort food dinner into a delectable appetizer that will be a hit at all of your holiday parties.