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Pomegranates

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In this elegant Indian dish from Junoon chef Vikas Khanna, cauliflower florets are cut in the shape of a tree to symbolize the interconnectedness of all things. Each head of cauliflower will produce two to three trees; to form the tree shape, cut through the cauliflower at its center peak.

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This colorful salad, inspired by chef Wolfgang Puck's signature recipe, is made with seasonal fruits and vegetables and Stilton, a sharp English cheese. Hachiya persimmons are large, sweet, and acorn shaped; look for soft, ripe fruits from October through February.

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Smoothies offer incredible versatility: You can use whatever's in season. The berries combined with pomegranate juice give this drinkable breakfast an extra antioxidant boost. Per serving: 300 calories; 12 g protein; 6 g fat; 52 g carb; 6 g fiber. Read more about healthy breakfast basics

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For this holiday dessert, use the best berries available. Consider mixing in some preserved lingonberries or chunky strawberry preserves to make the fruit more juicy.

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You'll find pomegranate molasses (a syruplike reduction of nutrient-rich pomegranate juice) at Middle Eastern markets and specialty stores. Per serving: 158 calories; 5 g protein; 12 g fat; 9 g carb; 3 g fiber. Get more healthy holiday recipes