Grilled Veggie Pizza
Pizza doesn't have to be a heap of oily cheese and fattening toppings. In fact with this recipe, you can now officially categorize pizza as a vegetable itself!  
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This cold spaghetti salad is a great last-minute summer dish, served with an elegant Niçoise olive-basil tapenade.
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Thai Grilled Chicken Salad
Here's a refreshing chicken salad that's perfect for those looking for something a little out of the ordinary. It makes for a fantastic and satisfying lunch dish and is also perfect to share as a first course for dinner. See all salad recipes.
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In paella, the focus is rice cooked in an intense stock, with meat adding flavor, but meat has taken over and often the paella emerges with the meat cooked perfectly but the rice overcooked and mushy. Dirt Candy's paella focuses on cooking the bomba rice perfectly, and we use a toasted rice crisp to get the sweetness of socarrat into the dish.    Click here to read the full story on Dirt Candy: A Cookbook. 
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Cinnamon-Scented Millet with Grilled Summer Vegetables
If you're a fan of couscous, then you might like this healthy summer vegetable whole-grain pilaf. Millet is a grain that cooks up nice and dry like couscous but with a chewier texture. Many historians point to its origins in China, where millet was used to make flour for noodles. Unlike many whole grains, millet cooks quickly, in 20 minutes or less. The dressing for this recipe has a touch of honey in it; it's not cloying or candy-like in its flavors as honey-based dressings can sometimes become. Instead, it delivers a subtle sweetness to the pilaf that doesn't mask the naturally smoky flavor of the grilled vegetables. Click here to see Quinoa and Beyond: 7 Great Recipes.
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While kids are usually adverse to vegetables, they're more likely to enjoy them when they've been given a little bit of a flavor treatment from a barbecue. Chef David Seigal of Chelsea's Table likes to grill his and serve them on a sandwich with a homemade goat cheese spread, and the kids really enjoy it. 
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Guacamole with Bacon and Ramps
When I’ve got my grill going, I like to make my almost-Oaxacan tlayudas: I spread out commercially made tortillas (I buy them from a local tortillería and let them cool off completely) into a single layer, brush both sides of each one lightly but thoroughly with oil, then grill them until they’re crisp. Once they cool, I break them into big rustic pieces for dipping into this guacamole. From Frontera: Margaritas, Guacamoles and Snacks.
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Grilled Vegetable Napoleons with Spicy Scallion Vinaigrette
Whenever we think of Asian ingredients like bok choy, we tend to think of Asian recipes. But, I was actually interested in something quite different. I had two goals in mind — to create a completely original main course with bok choy, and to see what would happen if I grilled this lovely green veggie. That’s how this main course came to be. Red peppers, zucchini, balsamic-glazed tofu, shiitake mushrooms, and baby bok choy are grilled before being assembled in cheerful napoleons. The succulent morsels are then drizzled with a spicy scallion vinaigrette, adding a dose of heat as well as zingy, green scallion flavors. A hearty and protein-filled main course, these grilled vegetable napoleons pack a lot of flavor in every bite — smoky, deep, spicy, robust, crunchy, it’s a carnival for the taste buds! Best of all, it’s a super healthy dish… Time to fire up the grill! See all appetizer recipes. Click here to see A Vegetarian Grilling Menu.
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Niçoise Salad with Grilled Vegetables and Basil-Mustard Vinaigrette
When a salad graduates from an afterthought to a showpiece, chances are you’re talking Salade Niçoise. Packed with flavor, it’s a light but complete meal that also sticks to your ribs. It’s perhaps my favorite dish to have on hot days. Here I take the classic Provençal dish and serve it with grilled vegetables and a basil vinaigrette — all in celebration of summer’s exuberant flavors. On a side note, although my Niçoise is fishless, grilled tuna steak would be a great addition to it. See all tuna recipes.
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Easy Agave and Lime Salmon
Don't feel like cooking? Keep some wild-caught salmon on hand and you almost won't have to. Got limes and agave? Smile. Salmon recipes don't get any easier than this. This is almost not cooking — which makes it a perfect recipe for a lazy supper. We served our salmon with grilled veggie kebabs — another one of my easy dinner staples. Click here to see Gluten-Free Recipes That Actually Taste Good.
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