Honey-Mustard Chicken Wings
We marinated these wings in a sweet mustard sauce for about 2 hours before cooking, but you can leave them in the refrigerator for up to 1 day if you'd like, just bring them to room temperature before baking.  Click here for The Ultimate Wing Party story.
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potaotes
Honey mustard puts a twist on a classic ingredient.
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Salmon Cake
The American Heart Association recommends eating two servings of fish a week for health benefits. Salmon is a perfect choice:  it is high in inflammation-battling omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, an excellent source of protein, and a rich source of vitamin E.  But, cooking salmon on a busy weeknight doesn't have to take forever. Take these salmon cakes; they're easy to make, quick-cooking, and taste delicious. Plus, they're a perfect alternative for non-meat eaters to hamburgers, and are also easy to tote for packed lunches the next day. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Salmon 8 Ways.
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Honey-Mustard Coleslaw
The moment JR and I bit into pulled pork sandwiches with Tangy Barbecue Sauce, we knew there absolutely had to be a coleslaw recipe in this book to accompany them. Cabbage has a habit of shrinking once you douse it in dressing, so don’t be alarmed by the quantity of chopped cabbage when you start this recipe. If you don’t have a bowl quite large enough to handle all of the prior-to-having-shrunk cabbage, you can work in stages, or use a large stockpot instead. If you’re working in stages, add half of the cabbage to your largest bowl, add the dressing, and then work in the remaining cabbage. In fact, if you find that you must use this method, that is the most complicated moment of executing this recipe. Quickly, quickly, it comes together, and oh, it goes so darned well with those pork sandwiches. And any other summer party or barbecue food, for that matter.
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Ribs
Country-style pork spareribs are one of those so-called lesser cuts of meat that benefit greatly from a little extra attention. They add all that tasty pork flavor to your dinner without the tenderloin price. This recipe is ideal for a weeknight because it’s simple and uses only a few ingredients. You come home from work, whip up the marinade, relax — or not — for an hour, and then you’re off to the pork sparerib races. Oh, and it’s also easily modified — you could always substitute apple juice, orange juice, or pineapple juice for the cider if you don’t have any on hand.
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Honey mustard is perfect for marinating this bison sirloin tip roast.
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Rockfish shines in these spicy fish croquettes with pasilla peppers, served with a mango honey mustard dipping sauce. It makes a great appetizer for a dinner party or as part of a fun fish fry.
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Honey Mustard Turkey Tenderloin Recipe
Have turkey tenderloins for dinner any night o f the week is sort of like getting to enjoy Thanksgiving whenever you feel like it. This poultry main dish is easy to work with and always soaks up a lot of flavor- so make sure you're seasoning appropriately. While it doesn't take as long as a regular Thanksgiving turkey, it isn't quite as fast as other pultry, so be sure to allow for some time to cook. 
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The likeable combination of spicy mustard and sweet honey is slathered on these wings from Taste of Home to make them a ying and yang of flavors. Click here to see 24 Chicken Wing Recipes for Fall Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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kabobs
Use leftover grilled chicken and veggies from these kabobs to make salads or wrap sandwiches. Feel free to substitute with tofu or any other kabob-friendly meat or seafood you wish.Click here to see more Grilling Recipes from Whole Foods MarketClick here to see more Healthy Summer Dinner Recipes
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Pigs in a Blanket with Honey-Mustard  Sauce Recipe
No matter the time, place or occasion, when pigs in a blanket find a place on the buffet table or on a passed tray, you can bet that they will be gone in a flash Even people who profess to not like them will be caught taking a surreptitious bite or two. An all-time American cocktail party favorite, they would make the perfect snack for a book club. Although they are easy to make using prepared roll dough, if you want to spend some extra time in the kitchen, by all means make your own pie pastry to wrap the little dogs in." — From A Reader's Cookbook by Judith Choate (Red Rock Press). Judith Choate is a three-time James Beard Cookbook Award winner.
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Skip the dipping sauce next time you make chicken tenders and coat them in honey mustard pretzels instead. You’ll add flavor and crunch and still get to lick your fingers clean when you’re done. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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