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Creamy Carrot Dressing

This is equally at home as a dressing for tossed salad or stirred into cooked rice.

Salmon, Snow Pea & Potato Salad

Lemongrass has an aromatic citrusy flavor-like lemon but intriguingly different-and is used here in the poaching liquid for the salmon fillet. However, if you don’t want to scurry around finding lemongrass, lemon zest will do fine.

Fresh Rhubarb Chutney

Serve this spicy sauce alongside grilled chicken or pork. If fresh rhubarb is not available, substitute an equal amount of frozen rhubarb.

With Apologies to Joe's Special

My favorite recipe to trick unsuspecting guests into consuming an impressive dose of greens, this dish can be refrigerated or frozen and reheated for a perfect one-pan dinner. It also makes a hearty weekend breakfast or brunch.

Baked Butternut Squash

Very little is asked of the cook in this recipe, but the rewards, both gustatory and nutritional, are superb. Just note the minuscule amount of fat.

Honey-Broiled Pineapple with Minted Cream

Fresh mint, honey, and ground cardamom add an exotic touch to this creamy sauce served with broiled fresh pineapple. Serve the pineapple warm with the chilled sauce or chill both the sauce and the pineapple. Blanching the mint leaves for 15 seconds softens them; otherwise they would make the sauce seem coarse.

Baked Pumpkin Pudding

Basically just a crustless pumpkin pie, this delicious baked pudding takes advantage of some off-the-shelf ingredients: canned pumpkin pie mix and refrigerated egg substitute. Once the ingredients are assembled (there are only four of them!), it should take only 5 minutes to put the pudding together. The rest is unattended cooking in the oven. Serve the hot pudding with a dollop of lightly sweetened fat-free sour cream or a scoop of low-fat vanilla frozen yogurt.

Breakfast Fruit Sundaes

Sundaes for breakfast? Why not? But instead of ice cream, this fresh fruit sundae is served with a honey-sweetened fat-free yogurt.

Angel Biscuits

Angel biscuits are also called Bride’s Biscuits, because the extra leavening power of yeast makes them virtually foolproof-perfect for the new bride or beginner cook. A bit of whole-wheat flour is a health improvement over the original refined-flour version.

Jamaican Jerk Pork with Mango-Kiwi Relish

Jamaican jerk is a combination of herbs and spices, frequently very hot ones, rubbed into meats, usually chicken or pork before grilling on the barbecue. Be careful not to get the jerk mix on your hands--it has jalapenos in it. The refreshingly cool relish is a perfect counterpoint to the heat. Either rice or sweet potatoes is a traditional accompaniment.