Not only is kale a superfood, packed with antioxidants, including 206 percent of the recommended daily dose of vitamin A, but it also tastes great and can be used in just about any recipe you can dream up, like this lemony weeknight pasta.
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Open-Faced Eggplant Sandwich
This vegetarian sandwich is full of flavor — marinated eggplant, grilled to perfection, is piled high on top of layers of fresh tomato, red onion, and spinach and results in a satisfying meal that won't leave you feeling stuffed. Click here to see 11 Open-Faced Sandwiches for Summer.
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Olive Oil-Glazed Salmon, Faisselle Cheese, and Baby Leeks
Seasoned salmon, delicate Faisselle cheese, and marinated leeks: This is one recipe you’ll want to try again and again! Try with a barrel-aged white wine, like a Pessac-Léognan, which echoes the grilled flavor and sesame seeds.
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Add a funky touch to your deviled eggs!  
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In The States or outside of India, Vindaloo is known as tongue-scorching curry. It is also known as a dish cooked with potato because “aloo” means potato in Hindi. But the original recipe was very different. It came to India around the 15th century with Portuguese explorers. Vindaloo is from a Portuguese dish “carne de vinha d’alhos” which means meat marinated in wine and garlic. Later it got adjusted to suit the local conditions by replacing wine with palm vinegar and adding tamarind, black pepper, and several other spices. When the British invaded India, they were delighted to learn about this curry because it was still very close to the original, non-spicy one. But when they took this recipe back to England, they made it a spicy, super hot curry. The taste of vinegar and spices disappeared under the blistering heat of chiles.
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Little Tokyo Turkey Kebobs
Marinate turkey breast tenderloin overnight in an Asian-style marinade for ultimate flavor. Pair these kebobs with other barbecue favorites like crunchy coleslaw and potato salad. Click Here to See More Kebob Recipes
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Kalbi (often spelled galbi) is a marinated, grilled short rib dish that is both tasty and easy to prepare. In South Korea, kalbi is also made with whole short ribs that are butterflied so they remain thin. This style is called wang kalbi (“king ribs”), and the resulting flap of meat attached to the large short rib bone provides for a unique presentation; many kalbi enthusiasts are convinced that this style of kalbi has a superior taste. I find them equally delicious.
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Chef Guillermo Pernot of Cuba Libre Restaurant, a restaurant
serving “Nuevo-Cubano” cuisine at four U.S. locations, created this recipe featuring marinated Kent mangos, avocados, and 
arugula lettuce with orange vinaigrette dressing. The recipe’s flavors are based on the culinary traditions
of Cuba, which have Spanish, African, Creole, and Asian
 influences. Recipe by: Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar’s Concept Chef Guillermo Pernot
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Just because you have a tofurky doesn't mean you can't baste it! These vegan friend marinade will add flavor and zing to your tofurkey dish.
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Tofu Vegetable Salad
This healthy tofu vegetable salad packs a vegetarian protein punch perfect for a post-workout meal or a weeknight dinner for two. Or, take leftovers to work the next day with some brown rice for a light, nutritious lunch.
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For a healthy grilling option, this Asian-Tabasco marinated salmon with spicy nectarine salad and fresh corn grits incorporates the fresh flavors of summer with a spicy kick. Click here to see 15 Ways to Use Tabasco at Your Barbecue
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