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The Best Culinary Mashups

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If one classic dish is terrific, mashing up two classics together is a winner. These recipes combine two iconic dishes brilliantly.

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    Peachy Palmer

    The Arnold Palmer is, of course, a classic mashup of iced tea and lemonade. This version adds fresh peaches to the mix for even more deliciousness.

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    Doughnut Muffins

    Baked like a muffin, but dunked in butter and rolled in cinnamon sugar to mimic a doughnut, these are one of Fine Cooking's best-loved recipes.

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    Croque Monsieur Rugelach

    These two-bite takes on the famous French ham-and-cheese sandwich are also inspired by flaky rugelach pastries.

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    Angel Biscuits

    A cross between a flaky butter biscuit and a yeasted biscuit, angel biscuits are the best of both worlds.

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    Shepherd’s Pot Pie

    Two cozy British classics--pot pie with a bottom crust, and shepherd's pie with a topping of mashed potato--combine perfectly in this comfort food favorite.

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    Doberge Cake

    This towering “half-and-half” cake is worthy of a celebration, which makes it the go-to birthday cake in New Orleans. Layered with chocolate pudding and lemon custard on the inside, and buttercream frosting, lemon fondant icing, and chocolate ganache on the outside, it’s not a recipe for beginning bakers.

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    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 about French onion soup (except the soup).

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    BLT Pasta with Gremolata

    Crisp bacon. Juicy tomatoes. Peppery arugula. Delicious and adaptable, this basic idea can work with what you have on hand: spinach and fettuccine, say, instead of arugula and fusilli

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    Beet Risotto-Style Pasta

    Cooking pasta in the style of risotto isn’t a new technique, but given the ease of preparation and the creamy result, it’s surprising that it’s not more popular. This one-pot meal is beautiful and satisfying, especially accompanied by a green salad.

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    Apple Cornbread Skillet Cobbler

    Honey, cinnamon, and coarse sugar lend a sweet sparkle to the topping on this rustic cobbler. A few McIntosh apples in the filling break down during baking to form a sauce that ties everything together. Serve this right from the skillet for a casual alternative to apple pie.

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    Overnight French Toast Muffins

    A true crowd pleaser, this dish offers the best of two breakfast favorites: the classic flavor of French toast packaged in the easy grab-and-go shape of muffins. Since the preparation can be done the night before, all you need to do in the morning is pop the muffin tin in the oven.

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