When fresh leaves are picked in the fall, the rich taste of radicchio is at its best.
Crunchy fennel (another seasonal farmer's market find!) and plump shrimp are layered on fresh homemade bread to make a delicious seasonal toast.
The best way to use up extra produce this season is to purée it. For example, you can turn a stash of squash into a purée that can be frozen.
This healthier version of lasagna is made with that silky smooth purée as the base.
Salmon is good for your heart, brain, and blood pressure, and when it's served with wild mushrooms.
Sautéed kale, and a dollop of Icelandic yogurt, you're getting even more vitamins and minerals.
This version of the standard comfort food swaps in part-skim Mozzarella and fresh veggies to make a dish that won't put you in a full-on food coma.
One cup of bulgur gives you almost 75% of the fiber and 25% of the protein you need for the day, making this stew a powerhouse of whole grains.