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french-baguette-with-butter-and-prosciutto

French Baguette with Butter and Prosciutto

If I’m ever stranded on a desert island with only three ingredients, I pray that they are prosciutto, butter, and baguette. Minimalist i...

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sort-of-frisee-lardon

Sort-Of Frisee Lardon

I’ve taken my favorite bistro salad—frisée, poached egg, and bacon—and turned it into my favorite sort-of sandwich. Large chunks of baco...

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snackbreads

Snackbreads

In this sort-of sandwich, the filling is transformed into a topping. Now, don’t start getting creative with piles of goopy toppings; the ...

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cremini-mushroom-toasts

Cremini Mushroom Toasts

On this simple sandwich, mushrooms are embedded in a linear pattern when grilled into the bread. To achieve this effect, you’ll need a tw...

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crusty-white-loaf

Crusty White Loaf

This basic Crusty White Loaf yields the closest-tasting bread to a homemade or storebought sourdough loaf possible without the project of...

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croque-monsieur

Croque Monsieur

The male counterpart to the Croque Madame is made in the same manner, but instead of a fried egg on top, it gets a warm and creamy Mornay...

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classic-grilled-cheese

Classic Grilled Cheese

For grilling the bread, I prefer to use a home-style panini machine, a two-sided grill that resembles a waffle iron. The heavy metal gril...

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mozzarella-pesto-and-roasted-radicchio

Mozzarella, Pesto, and Roasted Radicchio

David Greco at Mike’s Deli in the Bronx was shocked to find out how ignorant I was about storing fresh mozzarella. “Everyone knows that w...

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monte-cristo

Monte Cristo

I wrote this recipe for the generation that didn’t grow up eating this fifties classic. Believe it or not, turkey, ham, cheese, and straw...

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lemon-hats

Lemon Hats

Most decorative cookies are flat and one-dimensional, their shape defined by the cookie cutter. Though cut out with round cookie cutters...

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