Shirley G

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NYT Cooking: Brown Butter Skillet Cornbread

NYT Cooking: This lightly sweet cornbread has a crunchy, buttery crust, which comes from baking it in a hot skillet. If you have a cast-iron pan, this is the time to use it.

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Thicker than applesauce, thinner than apple butter, apple jam is its own delight entirely No food mill or masher is required: Most apples will break down into a thick, glossy mash on their own The few bits of apple here and there even enhance the texture

NYT Cooking | Salmon Burgers

NYT Cooking: If you finely grind part of the salmon, it will bind the rest, which can be coarsely chopped to retain its moisture during cooking. Some bread crumbs keep the burger from becoming as densely packed as (bad) meatloaf. This approach, along with

NYT Cooking: Wild salmon, green beans, new potatoes and herbs: simple seasonal ingredients for an epic summer dining experience. The most important thing here is not to overcook the salmon. Whether baked or grilled, it is ready as soon as you see white juices rising to the surface, which means the fish will be succulent, not dry. It is better to err on the rare side.

Wild Salmon with Green Sauce NYT Cooking: Wild salmon, green beans, new potatoes and herbs: simple seasonal ingredients for an epic summer dining experience.

NYT Cooking | Strawberry Pavlova

The particular joy of this dreamy dessert, which was named in honor of the Russian ballerina, is that the meringue base can be made in advance Then to serve it, drizzle the strawberries with a little balsamic vinegar and vanilla (a combination that brings