Annie Kanyemba

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Tart Apple-Hazelnut Chicken Salad | Since you can never have enough great takes on chicken salad, why not add a hearty new spin on the classic? Apples and chicken are the headliners of this salad, but the herbs and nuts are the unsung heroes. Hazelnuts add toasty crunch to the filling, though you can substitute toasted walnuts or pecans, if you prefer. Rotisserie chicken makes preparation a breeze, but feel free to use any leftover cooked chicken you have on hand.

Tart Apple-Hazelnut Chicken Salad | Since you can never have enough great takes on chicken salad, why not add a hearty new spin on the classic? Apples and chicken are the headliners of this salad, but the herbs and nuts are the unsung heroes. Hazelnuts add toasty crunch to the filling, though you can substitute toasted walnuts or pecans, if you prefer. Rotisserie chicken makes preparation a breeze, but feel free to use any leftover cooked chicken you have on hand.

Peach-Vanilla Slab Pie | The next time you need a dessert for a crowd—backyard barbecue, picnic, block party, or potluck—think slab pie. This version pairs juicy peaches with heady vanilla bean; we opt for vanilla bean paste, but you can also use an equal amount of vanilla extract. You’ll need to patiently work with the dough to roll it out large enough to cover the pan. Don’t worry about overworking it; it’s so thin that it can’t get tough.

The next time you need a dessert for a crowd—backyard barbecue, picnic, block party, or potluck—think slab pie. This version pairs juicy .

Wednesday: Black Pepper-Curry Chicken Sauté | If you like having a healthy meal plan but want something customized to your dietary or caloric needs, check out The Cooking Light Diet. It’s a calorie-driven weekly meal plan—breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner—based on your dieting goals and food preferences. All of these recipes are from our August issue. Look for one on a newsstands to find more delicious dinner inspiration.

Black pepper adds a subtle spiciness and enhances your body's absorption of turmeric in the curry. For the boldest flavor, use 1 teaspoon peppercorns. Serve with roasted cauliflower (as shown) or broccoli for an extra anti-inflammatory boost.

Wednesday: Ham and Sweet Potato Hash | If you like having a healthy meal plan but want something customized to your dietary or caloric needs, check out The Cooking Light Diet. It’s a calorie-driven weekly meal plan—breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner—based on your dieting goals and food preferences. Look for one on a newsstands to find more delicious dinner inspiration.

This colorful breakfast-for-dinner dish uses sweet potatoes and red bell peppers for a double hit of beta-carotene, a carotenoid that most recently was shown to potentially lower breast cancer risk.