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Mustard

Mustard comes in many forms - as seeds, a powder and the prepared sauce. It's a versatile ingredient, adding tangy flavor to otherwise mild foods.

Mirliton Slaw

Mirliton Slaw

Mirliton is the French Creole word for chayote and is also the name the vegetable goes by in Cajun cuisine. Chayote holds a lot of moisture, so be sure to squeeze out as much liquid as possible once it has been grated to keep the dressing from getting too watery.

Three Sisters Savory Cobbler

Three Sisters Savory Cobbler

In Native American lore, the three sisters refer to corn, squash, and beans, which were traditionally grown together. The cobbler filling can be made ahead and baked with the topping just before serving.

Butternut Squash and Wild Rice Salad

Butternut Squash and Wild Rice Salad

Finely diced raw butternut squash is stirred into warm wild rice so that it cooks slightly but still stays firm. The resulting salad gets chilled, then topped with a roasted fruit and vegetable medley.

Apple Sauerkraut Salad

Apple Sauerkraut Salad

Spicy, salty, tangy, and sweet, this salad can be served as a side or used as a topping for brats, hot dogs, and sausages. Julienning the apples and onions in the salad with a mandoline yields crisp but delicate threads that stand up to the weight of the sauerkraut.

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Spinach Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette

A slightly sweet balsamic vinaigrette stands in for the sugary dressings usually served with spinach salad. Whole-grain mustard is milder than Dijon and gives the vinaigrette a pleasant texture.

Summer Vegetable Kebabs with Fresh Corn Relish

Summer Veggie Kebabs with Fresh Corn Relish

Easy-to-assemble vegetable kebabs are paired with a lightly sautéed corn relish for a dish that can be served either as an appetizer or as an entrée when placed atop couscous or another quick-cooking grain. To ensure even cooking, make sure all the vegetables are about the same size.

Summer Vegetable Kebabs with Fresh Corn Relish

Summer Veggie Kebabs with Fresh Corn Relish

Easy-to-assemble vegetable kebabs are paired with a lightly sautéed corn relish for a dish that can be served either as an appetizer or as an entrée when placed atop couscous or another quick-cooking grain. To ensure even cooking, make sure all the vegetables are about the same size.

Smoky Barbecue Sauce

Smoky Barbecue Sauce

Swapping strained tomatoes for the ketchup traditionally used in homemade barbecue sauce reduces the sugar in the final product. Be sure to cover the sauce while it cooks, otherwise the thick mixture will spatter all over the stove. The sauce will keep for up to a week in the refrigerator and can be used in place of any prepared sauce.

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