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Asparagus, mushroom and turkey sausage quiche.
A food of one color -- coriander carrot soup -- in honor of World Autism Day.
No, it's not sorbet -- it's sun-dried tomato ketchup!
Sopa de lima, Mexican lime and tortilla soup topped with avocado and cheese.
Vegetarian black bean and brown rice burrito.
Salmon choo chee, a spicy curry made in a hurry.
Vegetable soup with fennel, white beans, and hot Italian turkey sausage.
Sausage, egg and asparagus pizza, on an oat-bran pita.
Salmon croquettes with sesame-lime sauce.
Spaghetti with basil pesto, tomato and olives, topped with fresh Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.
French onion soup, made with homemade beef stock.
Saffron risotto with shrimp and asparagus.
Cream of broccoli with cheese soup.
Meyer lemon curd.
Winter tomato soup.
Shrimp lo mein, a restaurant favorite that's easy to make at home.
Mango gazpacho with shrimp and avocado, using salsa as the soup base.
New York "black and white" cookies can be any color!
Steamed baby bok choy, with spicy hoisin glaze.
Sugar-free chocolate cupcakes.
Tunisian fish ball tagine, served over couscous.
Squash, sweet potato and carrot soup with urfa pepper.
"Chicks in blankets", an update of a classic 1950s appetizer.
Beef teriyaki skewers, a restaurant favorite that's easy to make at home.
Strawberries dipped in chocolate and hazelnuts. What could be easier?
Nutella banana bruschetta, a quick and easy dessert that everyone will love.
Green chile turkey meatballs, mild or spicy.
Biscoitos do povilho -- Brazilian cassava biscuits -- for breakfast or tea time.
Fried rice made with leftover Thanksgiving turkey, or chicken, makes a satisfying one-dish meal.
Tonka beans, combining the flavor of vanilla and almond.
Saag aloo, Indian potatoes with spiced spinach.
Salmon tikka, marinated in herbs and spices and cooked under the broiler.
Muhammara, a spread made from peppers, nuts and pomegranate.
Fattoush, a Middle Eastern bread salad with vegetables.