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Pasta Salad with Asparagus, Basil, and Grape Tomatoes
Pasta salad is fantastic on a hot, summer day. This seasonal recipe comes together fairly quickly and can serve a small crowd. The crunch of raw asparagus, the sweetness of summer tomatoes, and the peppery fragrance of basil combine to make a satisfying, delicious appetizer or side dish. See all tomato recipes. Click here to see Pasta Salad, Please.
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Bison Sausage pasta
Sausage is delicious, but it never quite makes the healthy cut because of its fat content. That is, unless you use bison sausage. Lean, tasty, and with no hormones or antibiotics, it lets you enjoy great flavor and substance without the extra fat and calories.  This pasta is super easy and also makes for great leftovers, but you can also try it using Italian sausage. Click here to see the Beef on Bison story.
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Steamed Tamarind Chicken
This is a healthy version of a Filipino dish called sinampalukan manok (chicken with tamarind). Instead of doing the traditional soup with chicken, I steamed the chicken and used the same sinampalukan manok ingredients as a dry rub. This recipe is under the category "I can't believe it's that easy."  You can also prepare chicken soup stock with tamarind and serve it on the side, making this a deconstructed version of the traditional dish.
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This fun and easy appetizer involves all the tastes of classic a classic caprese salad, but in miniature form. Held together by a toothpick, they're perfect for passing around during a summer cocktail party. 
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Vegetarian Chili with Wheat Germ
On a cold winter’s night, nothing warms you up quicker than a hot bowl of chili. In Kretschmer’s version, lots of vegetables, wheat germ, and beans substitute for meat. Take the leftovers to work with you and warm them in the microwave for a healthy, filling meal. Click Here to See More Wheat Germ Recipes
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Prosciutto Antipasto on Crispbread
Fresh tomatoes, salty prosciutto, luscious mozzarella — this open-faced sandwich houses enough deliciousness to evoke envy in sandwiches three times its size. Click here to see 11 Open-Faced Sandwiches for Summer.
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Salmon with Green Curry Sauce
This salmon recipe is adapted from one of my favorite dishes to make, Thai Green Curry Chicken. It's a great, easy dinner-for-two weeknight option. Click here to see The New and Improved Farm-Raised Salmon story.
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Capellini alla Primavera
Pasta with spring vegetables — or, for that matter, any vegetables — has always been a staple of Italian cuisine. But Sirio Maccioni, the renowned Italian restaurateur who has owned Le Cirque for decades, claims to be the one to baptize it primavera in 1974. Along with Romeo Salta, and the Giambelli brothers, Sirio was at the lead in bringing the fine Italian dining experience to New York. Sirio runs a restaurant that is French by name but serves pasta primavera. Click here to see Lidia Bastianich's Take on Italian-American Cuisine.
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enjoy life panzanella
Simple-to-make panzanella that boasts allergy-friendly ingredients and fresh from the garden fixings. Perfect as a side or appetizer.This recipe is provided by Enjoy Life.
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The dish, “Randy’s Lemon Capellini,” is simple to make, and was a big hit at a recent potluck lunch at his home-away-from-home, Kleinfelds. Randy has teamed up with The Pampered Chef’s Cookbook for a Cause, Vol. 3 - a charitable cookbook featuring TLC stars’ favorite recipes with proceeds benefitting Feeding America® to help families in need nationwide.
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"Feta on pizza is a really smart choice," says Gans. "You only need a little to get a lot of flavor, which results in a huge calorie savings." Then there's a generous serving of veggies, including roasted red peppers and grape tomatoes, which dish up more than 40 percent of your daily dose of vitamin C. And that essential nutrient has been shown to assist with fat burning, according to research at Arizona State University.
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Here's a pasta recipe that's a bit of a departure from the usual. Little cubes of Yukon Gold potato, just cooked through with plenty of bite left, combine with miniature pasta shells, sweet grape tomatoes, and mint for a lovely main dish. See all tomato recipes. Click here to see Potato Recipes That Aren't Boring.
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