NYT Cooking: Throughout Southeast Asia, little skewers of marinated meat, grilled over coals, are sold as street snacks. Sweetly fragrant with coconut milk and spices, they are perfect for barbecue parties served with steamed rice, or on their own with drinks, whether grilled indoors or out. You may use pork loin or tenderloin, but marbled sirloin or shoulder is more succulent.

Pork Satay With Thai Spices and Peanut Sauce Recipe

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Slow Cooker Basil Chicken in Coconut Curry Sauce - The Food Charlatan

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A Love Story Spaghetti and Spring Vegetables

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NYT Cooking: Adding preserved lemon juice to lemon curd is the brilliant brainchild of Samantha Kincaid, the pastry chef of the restaurant High Street on Hudson. It adds a complex brininess to what can be an overly sweet citrus custard. In this recipe, the curd is lightened with a little whipped cream and used to frost and fill a lemon-flavored angel food cake. It’s a stunning dessert that’s bright, rich and light all at once.

Lemon Angel Food Cake With Preserved Lemon Curd Recipe

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Amanda Hesser's chocolate cake

Evelyn Sharpe's French Chocolate Cake Recipe

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A fudge center and chocolate crumb topping give this babka a serious upgrade.

Video: Chocolate Babka

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NYT Cooking: The cake is three layers of devil’s food with a fourth one crumbled over the icing, artfully if your cake is neat, desperately if it’s not. Crumb topping is a great mask for many of the aesthetic problems a cake might have.

Devil's Food White-Out Cake Recipe

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NYT Cooking: What to Make With All of Those Hard-Boiled Eggs

What to Make With All of Those Hard-Boiled Eggs

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NYT Cooking: This recipe uses a mixture of hoisin and fish sauces as braising liquid, and is a riff on an old Corinne Trang recipe for wok-fried rib tips. It results in a vaguely Vietnamese tangle of pulled pork that is best accompanied by a bright and crunchy slaw, and served on warm flour tortillas that recall the soft pliancy of Chinese bao. Cooking time will vary depending on the slow cooker you’re using, but generally the meat begins to fall apart nicely in the neighborhood of 5 to 7 ho...

Vaguely Vietnamese Slow Cooker Pork Tacos Recipe

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A delicious collection of 15 taco recipes from food bloggers | gimmesomeoven.com

15 Taco Recipes | Gimme Some Oven

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NYT Cooking: This recipe uses a mixture of hoisin and fish sauces as braising liquid, and is a riff on an old Corinne Trang recipe for wok-fried rib tips. It results in a vaguely Vietnamese tangle of pulled pork that is best accompanied by a bright and crunchy slaw, and served on warm flour tortillas that recall the soft pliancy of Chinese bao. Cooking time will vary depending on the slow cooker you’re using, but generally the meat begins to fall apart nicely in the neighborhood of 5 to 7 ho...

Vaguely Vietnamese Slow Cooker Pork Tacos Recipe

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Lemon Cream Cheese Cookies - Stuck On Sweet

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Italian Lemon Drop Cookies - White Lights on Wednesday

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This is a versatile dish for lunch, for dinner over greens, and as a side dish with roasted chicken. It’s ideal picnic fare, too, since it will keep at room temperature for several hours with no ill effects, which is what you want in a fresh summer salad. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)

White Bean and Asparagus Salad with Tarragon-Lemon Dressing Recipe

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You can use different types of flour if you want to experiment with whole wheat or buckwheat. And you can also add fruit to the mixture. The batter can be made from scratch in about the same time it takes to make toast. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)

Everyday Pancakes Recipe

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These not-quite-authentic-but-awfully-delicious summer rolls are filled with just-cooked lobster meat, cucumber, avocado and fresh herbs. They make a fine lunch, wrapped in a lettuce leaf and dipped in a gingery, limey, hot peppery sauce. Cut small, they can be served with drinks, or they could be an elegant first course at a sit-down dinner. (Photo: Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times)

Lobster Summer Rolls Recipe

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Quick and healthy snacks for school-age kids

Quick and healthy snacks for school-age kids | BabyCenter

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Meyer Lemon Shortbread

A Cup of Jo

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everyday meatballs

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peanut butter chocolate tart, tagalongs-style

chocolate peanut butter tart

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This fast version of spaghetti and meatballs with red gravy is ready in less than 30 minutes, but you’ll be chopping, stirring and monitoring heat — actively working — from start to finish. You’ll be busy, but not frantic, and rewarded not only with the twirling of pasta in half an hour, but with the satisfaction that you made every second count. (Photo: Melina Hammer for The New York Times)

Spaghetti and Drop Meatballs With Tomato Sauce Recipe

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NYT Cooking: Lemon Pudding Cake

Lemon Pudding Cake Recipe

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NYT Cooking: Sautéed Shrimp With Garlic and Saffron

Sautéed Shrimp With Garlic and Saffron Recipe

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NYT Cooking: ‘Downton Abbey’ Takes Its Leave

‘Downton Abbey’ Takes Its Leave

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Nytimes chocolate chip cookie recipe

Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

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