Orange dust, invented by a former chef at Jo-Jo, restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten's first establishment, gives this light, healthful appetizer its zing. You can make the dust up to 2 weeks in advance; substitute lemons or limes for the oranges as desired.
Whole-wheat pasta, such as this shell-shaped chiocciole, is a high-fiber pick. Here, it's combined with other Italian ingredients (arugula and ricotta salata), plus Japanese edamame, to yield a multitude of tastes, textures, and nutrients. You can serve this dish cold, as a pasta salad, if you like. Refrigerate, covered, up to one day.