I have been bringing this serious side to potlucks, and it’s built up somewhat of a cold salad following, if you will. All three salads blend seamlessly into one delicious dish that is more of a meal than a co-star. I make all of them with almost the same ingredients independently, so an all-for-one approach just seems right. The focus is on fresh, spring flavors like dill, green onion and celery, and we’re going to take it up a notch with an edible arrangement, so to speak.  Click here to see 15 Great Grilled Chicken Recipes.
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Using and fresh and flavorful ingredients, this recipe proves that catfish can be more sophisticated than just a deep-fried sandwich.Click here to see What Fish Should You Be Eating Now for Flavor, Health, and Environment.
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Halibut Barigoule
A wonderful update to the classic Provençal barigoule, this dish, light and full of flavor, with the addition of fiddlehead ferns and fava beans, definitely marks the arrival of spring!
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Bebber paired his dish, capesante salsa al tartufo Nero (Scallops with Black Truffle Sauce), with Luis Pato Vinhas Velhas white, noting at a dinner at Oceana, “White Portuguese wines are built for seafood.” Recipe courtesy of Executive Chef Massimo Bebber of Sirio Ristorante at The Pierre, New York City
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Romaine Lettuce Salad
Roasting garlic is my new favorite go-to for dinner parties. It's easy to do, especially when you're already roasting something in the oven. I simply remove top of the head, drizzle a little oil on top and a pinch of salt, and roast it for about 40 minutes at 350 degrees, until they're soft when pressed. (If you're setting it beside a roast, it never hurts to baste it in the pan drippings.)  As is, you can spread it on toast, eat it with roasted meats or fish, or add it to a dressing, like in this recipe. The garlicky dressing gives the crisp Romaine lettuce more depth and elevates it from the ordinary salad. If you don't have roasted garlic, you can also grate in fresh garlic instead (just  be warned that it will probably be much stronger).  Click here to see the Simple Ingredients Made Spectacular story. 
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Summer entertaining should be simple and easy. This recipe allows you to serve a favorite summer appetizer, antipasti, easily on bamboo skewers, so your guests can dig in without any fuss. 
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I was thrilled to try a variety of Healthy Solutions Spice Blends. While at my local fish store the sea bass just look beautiful and I immediately knew I wanted to prepare this for my husband cajun style. How great that all of the spices I needed to make this dish is in one package. Give my Cajun Sea Bass a try using  Shelly’s Healthy Solutions Spice Blends.
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These cocktail tidbits have a stuffing of cream cheese, celery, and artichoke that's a creamy contrast to the crisp grilled bacon that wraps the dried plums. Recipe courtesy of the California Dried Plum Board.
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Braised Spring Vegetables with Israeli Couscous
This recipe makes the most of the season’s best ingredients — snappy artichokes, young carrots, fresh peas, and their tender shoots — and will guide you through each step of the braising process. On a side note, if using fresh artichokes seems too daunting or time-consuming, you can use frozen ones. The recipe will still be absolutely delicious. If do you have a little time on your hands, though, follow the instructions for fresh artichokes — you won’t regret it. See all couscous recipes. Click here to see 10 Great Dishes to Make with Frozen Vegetables  
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Don't let the name fool you — this one-pot recipe is delicious and easy to make for even the most novice of cooks. The guts in this recipe aren't really guts at all, but accompanying ingredients like artichoke hearts, sliced potatoes, mushrooms, and onions. The name of the dish is just my family's silly way to describe how easily it's prepared: throwing chicken together with some additional ingredients and seasonings in a dish and baking it. 
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Farmer's Fridge Mediterranean Salad
The perfect (not to mention healthy) make-ahead meal that can be toted around wherever you go. Packed with beans, artichoke hearts, and pine nuts, this salad will keep you full until dinner. Recipe courtesy of Farmer’s Fridge.
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Roasted Vegetables
Sometimes you just need a good, straightforward recipe for roasted vegetables to go with a quick weeknight dinner of pan-roasted chicken or fish. Well, here it is.
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