Herb Crusted Pork Roast
Recipe Courtesy of Pork Be Inspired All you need for this recipe is some quality pork and a variety of fresh herbs.
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Hummus is a healthy and delicious snack, and this recipe gives it a boost of flavor with tahini paste, cumin, and fresh cilantro.
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4.5
To make a vegan version of this stuffing, simply substitute a nondairy option for the butter and bake the stuffing in its own baking dish.
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4.5
frittata
A typical dish of Italy's Friuli-Venezia region. Made with farm fresh herbs and fresh eggs. Great way to use local herbs from the farmer's market.
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Rosemary Citrus-Herb Turkey
A bright citrus rub for your Thanksgiving turkey. Recipe courtesy of Jennie-O.Click Here to See More Thanksgiving Recipes
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4.5
Add flavor to your rice dishes in no time with this time saving herb mix that's easy to make and keep on hand. For more recipes, visit Taste of Home
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This salad recipe is fast, fresh, and full of crunch and flavor, without being full of calories. With a few simple ingredients and endless room to spruce it up, it's a perfect weeknight, last-minute, or anytime meal, side, or starter.
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Creamy Herb Crescent Bites
These easy, impressive crescent-roll appetizers come from Pillsbury. Trade whipped cheese for a healthier spread like hummus and top with chopped cucumbers or tomatoes. Click Here to See More Appetizer Recipes
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For the traditionalists, sometimes all you want is a simple roasted turkey. We chose Freddy Vargas', of James Beard Award-winning Scarpetta in Beverly Hills, herb roasted turkey. He knows how to add flavor to a bird without overdoing it, with a brine of toasted spices and flavorful spice rub under the skin for roasting.
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A delightful twist on the traditional herb-crusted fish, this one is missing the bread crumbs but not the flavor.  The potatoes create a crunchy crust with a cheesy herb topping.
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Herb roasted chicken
A roast chicken is the perfect ending to a long, stressful day. Enjoy it with some roasted vegetables, or baked potatoes. 
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Herbed Egg Crepes
As soon as I saw the photo for thin omelettes in Yotam Ottolenghi's book, Plenty, I was certain they would make a great replacement for crepes. The ones I came up with here are so thin, they resemble crepes, but use no flour, and are wonderfully delicate. You can fill them with almost anything you like; see some examples below. To fill the crepes, spread or layer the fillings over half of each crepe. Fold the other half of the crepe over the filling, and then fold them in half again, forming fan shapes. Heat in a 325-degree oven for about five minutes to warm the filling, or serve at room temperature. Click here to see Make Brunch in 20 Minutes or Less — 10 Recipes.
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3.4