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    Full of flavor thanks to the Moroccan-inspired spice blend, this recipe earns even more accolades because the butternut squash won’t oxidize and thwart your effort to bring color to your Thanksgiving table.

      This salad is super refreshing, but only if you can get the fennel paper-thin and nearly translucent – using a mandoline slicer is a must.

      Here, the watercress is a supporting actor, adding peppery crunch to hits of earthy beet, sour grapefruit and creamy burrata.

      These days mushrooms are available almost year-round, but there’s still something gratifying about digging into a warm mushroom dish when the heat breaks and the leaves begin to fall.

      Lemon juice and hints of mint make this light, finely chopped salad refreshing and packed with flavor.

      This fattoush has a creamier Caesar-style dressing that pairs with the brightness of mint and the spiciness of jalapeño.


      Berries just might be the perfect late-summer fruit. They ripen and sweeten as the season progresses, lending a burst of color and infusion of flavor to everything from yogurt at the breakfast table to drinks by the pool. Even more important, they are among the body’s greatest allies. “Berri…

      When you tell kids you’re having broccoli for dinner, what comes to mind? If it’s anything like my childhood experience, it’s a lightly steamed green floret on a plate. Nothing against steamed broccoli, but that can be a hard sell for kids and adults alike. Sometimes, it takes a little bit o…