Entertaining, Holidays & Special Occasions

Sunrise-Sunset Apple Bacon Strata
This works perfectly for an easy springtime brunch or simple supper. Serve with maple syrup in the morning or a green salad at night. What could be easier! More »
Fettuccine with Asparagus and Shrimp
Nothing beats the taste of fresh spring asparagus! More »
Sesame Noodle Salad
Here’s a salad that’s nutty with toasted sesame seeds. Perfect anytime of year. It makes a quick and easy spring meal. More »
Couscous and Chickpea Salad (diabetes-friendly)
In addition to the whole wheat couscous, chickpeas, peppers, tomatoes, and olives all boost the fiber. Olives and olive oil both contribute to the fat in this dish, and best of all, they contribute healthy MUFAs. More »
Madras Chicken Skewers
Marinate the chicken overnight, and you're good to go the next day! Serve with rice, warm pita or naan. What a delightful springtime meal! More »
Greek Pita Pocket
This Greek-style sandwich is a delicious combination and is so easy to make. Author of 400 Best Sandwich Recipes, Alison Lewis, says she loves making these on busy spring weeknights. More »
Garden Paella (Casserole)
This delicious rice dish is not only pretty, but nutritiously chock-full of vegetables and other good things! It's ideal for spring. More »
Vegetarian Californian Sandwich
'I love the simplicity of goat cheese and mayonnaise as the spread on this colorful vegetarian sandwich.' says author of best-selling 400 Best Sandwich Recipes, Alison Lewis. 'I can't imagine anyone not needing this book or these recipes!' More »
Artichoke and Spinach Tacos
This salad-style taco is fresh and inviting. Enjoy amazing textures accented with tangy lemon and creamy sauce spiked with chile. These are perfect for spring! More »
Angel Hair Pasta with Tomatoes, Asparagus and Peas
One has only to walk through the supermarkets and look at the products on the shelves to see the impact of dried foods on our lives, say authors of The Food Dehydrator Bible, Jennifer MacKenzie, Jay Nutt, and Don Mercer.Not sure what all you can do with dehydrated food? We can help inspire you with... More »
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