Vanilla Butter Anchovy Toasts

Photo by Joseph De Leo, Prop Styling by Megan Hedgpeth, Food Styling by Liza Jernow Anchovy lovers: This one’s for you. The combination of vanilla butter and anchovies is a signature move of chef Alex Raij, and we fell in love with the sweet and salty combination at her Cobble Hill restaurant Saint Julivert Fisherie. Yield 24 servings Active Time […]

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Grilled Whole Cauliflower with Miso Mayo

Photo by Joseph De Leo, Food Styling by Anna Stockwell Basting a head of cauliflower in a spicy butter sauce as it grills infuses it with flavor and turns it a nice orange color. Served over a lemony miso mayo and topped with scallions, it makes for an impressive-looking grilled vegetarian entrée, or you can serve it as a side […]

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Prosciutto, Melon, and Mozzarella

Prosciutto-wrapped melon with Mozzarella cheese, a perfect summertime appetizer! Prosciutto di Parma, honeydew and cantaloupe melons, and fresh cherry-size Mozzarella cheese. A perfect summertime appetizer, prosciutto-wrapped melon is a delicious blend of salty and sweet flavors. Mozzarella balls adds another touch. You may want to serve some with the mozzarella, some without. Or, try wrapping some prosciutto around the mozzarella. […]

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Air Fryer Chinese Egg Rolls

Make crispy, crunchy Chinese egg rolls in the air fryer in the fraction of the time it would take you to call for delivery or pan fry it. Chinese takeout happens at home! Homemade egg rolls are one of my favorite hearty appetizers to make, but traditionally, you’d need at least a few cups of oil to pan fry the […]

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Avocado Tuna Salad

Upgrade your lunch! This Avocado Tuna Salad uses creamy avocado instead of mayo for a fresh and easy twist on the classic. Red onion and celery add some crunch, while lemon juice gives it some zing. Here’s a step up from your everyday tuna salad—leave out the mayo and replace it with avocado. Add some red onion, lemon zest and […]

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Big-Batch Pancake and Waffle Mix

Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Kate Buckens This pancake mix works just as well for sweet or savory pancakes, crepes, or waffles. It uses a trick we learned from pastry chef and Serious Eats writer Stella Parks: Incorporating the fat into the dry mix means that all you need to do to turn it into batter is whisk […]

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Easy Sandwich Recipes

Chicken Pan Bagnat Literally “bathed bread” in the ancient dialect of Provence, pan bagnat delivers meat, bread and salad all in one handful. You both brush the bread with oil and let the finished rolls sit for a few minutes to allow the dressing to permeate the bread and “bathe” it with flavor. Spicy Sloppy Joes Make this easy weeknight […]

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Egg Sandwiches

Ham-and-Cheddar Scallion Biscuit Sandwiches “Scallions are so great with eggs,” says Will Gilson. He adds them to the biscuits, which he fills with ham, cheddar and fried eggs; it’s one reason the breakfast sandwich is so good. Open-Face Egg and Griddled Ham Breakfast Sandwiches F&W’s Justin Chapple poaches a dozen eggs at once in a muffin pan in the oven, […]

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Tea Sandwiches

Radish Tea Sandwiches with Miso Yogurt These lovely tea sandwiches from Justin Chapple are super-adaptable. You can use butter or full-fat yogurt instead of fat-free yogurt, and you can substitute sliced baby turnips or daikon for the radishes. Cucumber-Mint Chutney Tea Sandwiches F&W’s Emily Kaiser, who co-authored The Harney & Sons Guide to Tea, pairs her clever tea sandwiches with […]

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Hors d’Oeuvres Sandwich

Active Time: 1 HRTotal Time1 HR 30 MIN Yield: Serves : 4 Andrew Rea of Binging with Babish takes inspiration from movies and television to create delicious dishes in his kitchen. This Hors d’Oeuvres sandwich comes from the classic film Back to School. Rea says, “Rodney Dangerfield built a career on his disregard for social convention, and his relationship with […]

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