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Ingredient Bread

  • Recipe

    Savory Vegetable Bread Pudding with Ham

    Like quiche or frittata, bread pudding is really just another great way to turn custard—eggs and dairy—into a filling dish. And though it's better known as "strata," that term is…

  • Recipe

    Tuna Panzanella

    High-season tomatoes and cucumbers are perfect partners in this beautiful end-of-summer salad.

  • Recipe

    Bourbon Bread Pudding Parfaits

    This bourbon-laced dessert is the perfect finale for a Kentucky Derby party. You'll need 16 small parfait glasses or mason jars. If you're serving heartier appetites, double the portions to…

  • Recipe

    Strawberry-Basil Cinnamon Toast Crostini

    If you don’t have fresh basil, you could use mint or even a tiny sprig of fresh thyme. The most important thing is to get the berries nice and juicy.…

  • grilled cheese sandwich
    Recipe

    Onion Soup Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

    Rich with melty Gruyère and a tangle of onions cooked down in butter, beef broth, a nip of thyme, and a splash of sherry, these sandwiches deliver everything you love…

  • Zucchini Bruschetta
    Recipe

    Grilled Zucchini-Feta Bruschetta with Double-Tomato Dressing

    This main-dish salad takes a bit of time to prep, but you can slice and dice the vegetables and grill the peppers ahead. Grill the zucchini and bread when guests…

  • baby artichoke panzanella
    Recipe

    Roasted Baby Artichoke and White Bean Panzanella

    I urge you to use dry cannellini beans that have been cooked until tender for this recipe. They have a wonderfully meaty texture that’s worth the extra effort. Canned cannellini…

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    Pan Bagnat

    Pan bagnat, Niçoise dialect for the French pain baigné, or “bread bathed,” is basically a sandwich version of the Niçoise salad, so called because the dressing soaks into the bread. Traditionally,…

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