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Easiest Cinnamon Crunch Knots | halfbakedharvest.comm #quick #easy #recipe #brunch via @hbharvest

Easiest Cinnamon Crunch Knots | halfbakedharvest.comm #quick #easy #recipe #brunch via @hbharvest

Cinnamon-Apple Twist Bread Recipe

Cinnamon Apple Twist Bread, from King Arthur's Flower: A delicious apple-cinnamon bread, delightful for breakfast or brunch.

NYT Cooking: The easiest summer dinner known to man, <I>pasta con salsa crudo</I>, is a one-bowl, infinitely variable riot of seasonal flavors. It can be made with fancy Italian tuna and local heirloom tomatoes for foodies, or with supermarket mozzarella and tomatoes for children, or with excellent olives and extra pine nuts for vegetarians. It puts you in the kitchen for about a half-...

NYT Cooking: The easiest summer dinner known to man, pasta con salsa crudo, is a one-bowl, infinitely variable riot of seasonal flavors.

NYT Cooking: The easiest summer dinner known to man, <I>pasta con salsa crudo</I>, is a one-bowl, infinitely variable riot of seasonal flavors. It can be made with fancy Italian tuna and local heirloom tomatoes for foodies, or with supermarket mozzarella and tomatoes for children, or with excellent olives and extra pine nuts for vegetarians. It puts you in the kitchen for about a half-...

NYT Cooking: The easiest summer dinner known to man, pasta con salsa crudo, is a one-bowl, infinitely variable riot of seasonal flavors.

NYT Cooking: To many Neapolitans, the beef sauce La Genovese is at the heart of the city's cooking. Yet it’s little more than onions (lots of them) and beef, simmered until both fall apart.<br/><br/>Boiling the onions before cooking is a variation on traditional technique and could be considered a shortcut

To many Neapolitans, the beef sauce La Genovese is at the heart of the city's cooking. Yet it’s little more than onions (lots of them) and beef, simmered until both fall apart. (Photo: Grant Cornett for The New York Times)

NYT Cooking: You wouldn’t necessarily think adding rye flour to brownies would be a good idea, but it’s fabulous. The flour lends a deep earthiness that works wonderfully with the bittersweet depth of the chocolate. A sprinkle of flaky sea salt on top makes it taste even more chocolaty. These brownies are extremely moist, so don’t overbake them

You wouldn’t necessarily think adding rye flour to brownies would be a good idea, but it’s fabulous. The flour lends a deep earthiness that works wonderfully with the bittersweet depth of the chocolate. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)

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