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NYT Cooking: Like a giant, eggy gougère, this cheese-filled puffy pancake makes an unexpected side dish to roasted meat or fish. You could also pair it with a green salad for a simple and elegant first course or light lunch. Serve it straight out of the oven, when it's at its puffiest.

NYT Cooking: Like a giant, eggy gougère, this cheese-filled puffy pancake makes an unexpected side dish to roasted meat or fish. You could also pair it with a green salad for a simple and elegant first course or light lunch. Serve it straight out of the oven, when it's at its puffiest.

Classic Gingerbread Cake with a rich molasses, cinnamon and ginger flavor is fuss free and the perfect holiday breakfast. Also works great as part of your dessert table.

Classic Gingerbread Cake with a rich molasses, cinnamon and ginger flavor is fuss free and the perfect holiday breakfast. Also works great as part of your dessert table.

NYT Cooking: This involtini is one of the dishes you'll find yourself making again and again in some style or other. Slice eggplant thinly, then oil and grill it. The vegetable’s oily blandness is perfectly countered by the salty, minty, raisin-and-pine-nut-studded filling. Best of all, the eggplant can be grilled and the filling can be made in advance, and then assembled about half an...

NYT Cooking: This involtini is one of the dishes you'll find yourself making again and again in some style or other. Slice eggplant thinly, then oil and grill it. The vegetable’s oily blandness is perfectly countered by the salty, minty, raisin-and-pine-nut-studded filling. Best of all, the eggplant can be grilled and the filling can be made in advance, and then assembled about half an...

NYT Cooking: This is a lentil soup that defies expectations of what lentil soup can be. It is light, spicy and a bold red color (no murky brown here): a revelatory dish that takes less than an hour to make. The cooking is painless. Sauté onion and garlic in oil, then stir in tomato paste, cumin and chile powder and cook a few minutes more to intensify flavor. Add broth, w...

NYT Cooking: This is a lentil soup that defies expectations of what lentil soup can be. It is light, spicy and a bold red color (no murky brown here): a revelatory dish that takes less than an hour to make. The cooking is painless. Sauté onion and garlic in oil, then stir in tomato paste, cumin and chile powder and cook a few minutes more to intensify flavor. Add broth, w...

Lemon Crumble Breakfast Cake ~ from the first bite to the last, this cake is loaded with bright lemon flavor. This is a moist, tender cake topped with a sweet crumble top then dusted with powdered sugar. Whether you serve it for breakfast, brunch, afternoon tea or dessert, you'll be basking in enthusiastic, sunny compliments! www.savingdessert.com | breakfast | cake | lemon | crumble | brunch | coffee cake | dessert

Lemon Crumble Breakfast Cake ~ from the first bite to the last, this cake is loaded with bright lemon flavor. This is a moist, tender cake topped with a sweet crumble top then dusted with powdered sugar. Whether you serve it for breakfast, brunch, afternoon tea or dessert, you'll be basking in enthusiastic, sunny compliments! www.savingdessert.com | breakfast | cake | lemon | crumble | brunch | coffee cake | dessert

NYT Cooking: 55 Warming Stews and Soups

Here, the croutons and cheese are layered directly into the soup pot and broiled. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)

overnight cinnamon rolls

Whether for a lazy Saturday morning during Summer or as a warm treat during a cold winter this recipe for homemade cinnamon rolls will be one everyone likes

NYT Cooking: Whether you pack this cake as a gift or have it ready when visitors come to you, the imperative to share is implicit in its name. The cake is built for comfort and durability – make it on Thursday or Friday and have it all weekend. And if it stales, toast it; the heat will intensify the lemon and spice deliciously. The cake is easy to make (no machines need...

Lemon-Spice Visiting Cake Recipe by Dorie Greenspan - NYT Cooking