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We Should Eat Cranberry Sauce All Year

Cranberry sauce serves a vital function on Thanksgiving. Without it, salt and fat would dominate your palate, and your mouth would quickly become oversaturated with rich, savory flavors. Cranberry sauce cuts through all that, and our meal is the better for it. But why confine the sweet and tangy condiment to one day?…Read more… Continue […]

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How to make Francesinha, the Portuguese sandwich blessed by Anthony Bourdain

On a recent trip to Portugal, Porto stole my heart. I spent my nights traversing its narrow alleys, tall bridges, and challenging staircases. It’s a beautiful city with approachable, down-to-earth culinary roots. Seemingly every restaurant in the city does a version of Francesinha, making it the city’s loosely…Read more… Continue Reading at

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Your Breakfast Sandwich Needs Pickles

Breakfast sandwiches are a deeply personal affair. The classic combination of meat, cheese, egg, and bread is infinitely variable, with everything from one’s preferred egg doneness to regional processed meat delicacies contributing to each person’s ideal version. Personal preferences aside, most people would probably…Read more… Continue Reading at

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Make Any Veggie Sandwich Better by Treating It Like a Reuben

A reuben is not a reuben without corned beef, but that doesn’t mean that reuben toppings can’t be used to upgrade other, vegetable-heavy sandwiches, because vegetables is a good practice. Tangy Russian dressing, melted Swiss cheeses, and funky sauerkraut bring joy to everyone they hang out with, and vegetable lovers…Read more… Continue Reading at

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How to Upgrade Your Salad Sandwich

Chicken, tuna, and egg salad sandwiches can inspire two wildly different sets of emotions. They’re either deliciously restorative and nostalgic, or sad, boring, and reminiscent of bleak desk lunches (similar to fluorescent lighting). The key components never change—it’s the details that make these sandwiches great.Read more… Continue Reading at

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Make an Excellent Grilled Cheese With Inside-Out Dinner Rolls

Dinner rolls are great for sopping up gravy and making little leftover sandwiches. But when it comes to grilled cheese, their already browned exterior, doesn’t grill as well as sliced white bread. The solution to this not-quite-problem is simple: just turn the rolls inside out.Read more… Continue Reading at

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