Oyster Risotto
For me, there are really only two ways I like my oysters: fried, like at Pearl Oyster Bar to go with my lobster roll; or atop a Caesar salad at Palmetto Café in Charleston, S.C. But last summer, I fell in love with oysters again, this time in a light yet filling seafood risotto. Inspired by Oysters Rockefeller (shucked oysters topped with green herbs, breadcrumbs, and lots of melted butter, and then broiled), I created a rich-tasting alternative that really isn't all too rich — plus, it's not too seafood-y (for those who'd rather eat a steak than a lobster), and it's gluten-free. Click here to see 7 Outstanding Oyster Recipes. 
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salmon
February is American Heart Month and what better way to keep your hearty healthy than with salmon? Try this baked salmon recipe with a tangy glaze.Recipe courtesy of Natasha’s Kitchen and The National Salmon Council
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Merguez Sausage
You may well find the Mediterranean spicy sausage dish addictive. It is important to set aside the browned vegetables separately, as they are cooked in layers later. Try to turn them over in step 3 in one piece; if this seems unlikely, leave them alone. They will still taste fantastic.
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I'm normally not a fan of eggplant, but when paired with thick green tomatoes, some creamy feta, and plenty of basil, even I admit it's delicious. The flavors all mellow out and blend in the oven, making this dish a perfect appetizer (bonus points for grilled toasties on the side). Click here to see Green Tomatoes for Everyone.
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Salt-Baked Heirloom Sweet Potatoes with Creamed Corn Glaze
Serve these roasted sweet potatoes covered in a creamy corn glaze for a fantastic side dish.This recipe is courtesy of the Golden Globes. 
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Make a delicious salsa of cucumbers and pomegranate to top on fish or poultry. The salsa can also serve as a simple dip with chips. It’s a super simple recipe that can get done in minutes if you use your BLACK+DECKER Performance Food Processor. 
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Pick up your fresh pumpkin at a local farmer’s market to create a delicious vegetable gratin. Baking the pumpkin in the oven with the Parmesan cheese and hazelnuts forms a savory and sweet crust.
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Greek Frittata
The briny saltiness of black olives and feta cheese perfectly punctuates sweet caramelized onions and cherry tomatoes in this delicious frittata. Baby spinach is wilted slightly in a sauté pan, then covered in eggs and broiled to perfection. This recipe comes to us from Jen of Domestic Divas.
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Like the brocoli à la polonaise, this could well be a first course or served in place of the salad, or it could accompany poached or scrambled eggs, plain broiled chicken or fish, or pork or veal chops. In this recipe you may blanch the broccoli in advance, and sauté it just before serving. 
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Chicken Thigh Cutlets Stuffed with Olive and Dried Plum Tapenade
The addition of prune purée to olive tapenade helps keep chicken moist and adds a touch of natural sweetness. Recipe courtesy of the California Dried Plum Board.
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Green Chile con Queso
Try this chile con queso recipe from celebrity chef Todd English. It's a great appetizer for Cinco de Mayo (or a nice cure-all the day after) and works well any time of year as a casual party dish for a tailgating event or potluck dinner.
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Creme Brulee French Toast
This make-ahead French toast is the perfect special breakfast for those of you who really aren’t morning people.This recipe is courtesy of Carlsbad Cravings.
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