Sweet Corn Soup

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Cook up as much of this as you can while fresh corn is in season. Pair with a side of fresh blueberries for a flavor combo that will amaze your taste buds.

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Spinach-Artichoke Pasta Bake

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Spinach and artichoke are a winning combination. In this cheesy, whole-grain pasta dish, the flavorful duo is bolstered by bright tomatoes.

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Red Pepper Bisque

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Looking for a break from tomato soup? Red peppers bring robust flavor that will pair well with your favorite whole-grain bread and a side salad.

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Portobello Pizza

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Swap out your standby pizza dough to make mini pizzas with a flavorful vegetable: Portobello mushrooms! Lightly cooking the toppings before baking is the key to stellar flavor and texture. Tip: The filling can be prepped in advance to make this come together more quickly.

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Balsamic Pea Salad

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If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy peas, fresh or frozen, try this simple salad. It will take no time to prep and everyone at the table will be clamoring for more.  

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Cilantro-Mint Chutney

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In India, the country of origin for this concoction, cilantro is called coriander. If you’ve seen coriander-mint chutney, this is the same thing. It’s commonly served as part of the appetizer sauces in Indian restaurants. Serve as a dipping sauce for your favorite Indian appetizers or as a sauce for chicken.

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