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NYT Cooking: With its rich flesh, salmon is so strongly flavored that you can pair it with just about anything. Here I cook it with a yogurt sauce that contains just chopped cucumber and spices. If you use farmed salmon and a nonstick skillet, you won't even need to add any fat. That's because farmed salmon is so high in fat (fattier than wild salmon, and it's the beneficial%...

NYT Cooking: With its rich flesh, salmon is so strongly flavored that you can pair it with just about anything. Here I cook it with a yogurt sauce that contains just chopped cucumber and spices. If you use farmed salmon and a nonstick skillet, you won't even need to add any fat. That's because farmed salmon is so high in fat (fattier than wild salmon, and it's the beneficial%...

NYT Cooking: This simple fish dish is best made with wild salmon, but it works equally well with the farmed sort. It's astonishingly easy. In a hot oven, melt butter in a skillet until it sizzles, add the salmon, flip, remove the skin, then allow to roast a few minutes more. You'll have an elegant fish dinner in about 15 minutes. Don't be afraid to play with herb and fat ...

NYT Cooking: This simple fish dish is best made with wild salmon, but it works equally well with the farmed sort. It's astonishingly easy. In a hot oven, melt butter in a skillet until it sizzles, add the salmon, flip, remove the skin, then allow to roast a few minutes more. You'll have an elegant fish dinner in about 15 minutes. Don't be afraid to play with herb and fat ...

NYT Cooking: A gorgeous salmon fillet needs little more than a sprinkling of salt and pepper and a few minutes of gentle sautéeing in melted butter. You could stop there and serve the fish with salad and a crusty piece of bread. Or you could go one quick step further and add minced garlic, chopped cucumber and dill to the pan. The cucumber turns nutty in the pan’s brown but...

NYT Cooking: A gorgeous salmon fillet needs little more than a sprinkling of salt and pepper and a few minutes of gentle sautéeing in melted butter. You could stop there and serve the fish with salad and a crusty piece of bread. Or you could go one quick step further and add minced garlic, chopped cucumber and dill to the pan. The cucumber turns nutty in the pan’s brown but...

NYT Cooking: There’s no cream in this wonderfully summery pasta dish, just a luscious sauce made from puréed fresh corn and sweet sautéed scallions, along with Parmesan for depth and red chile flakes for a contrasting bite. Be sure to add the lemon juice and fresh herbs at the end

NYT Cooking: There’s no cream in this wonderfully summery pasta dish, just a luscious sauce made from puréed fresh corn and sweet sautéed scallions, along with Parmesan for depth and red chile flakes for a contrasting bite. Be sure to add the lemon juice and fresh herbs at the end

NYT Cooking: A summer pasta should be simple and fresh, ideally made with vegetables straight from the garden or market. Look for the best artisanal ricotta

NYT Cooking: A summer pasta should be simple and fresh, ideally made with vegetables straight from the garden or market. Look for the best artisanal ricotta

NYT Cooking: This salad, which was featured in a Times article about Yotam Ottolenghi, was adapted from “Plenty,” his first cookbook. It is rich with vegetables and fresh herbs, and is dead simple to make. The salad comes together in under an hour, and is substantial enough for a warm evening’s supper.

NYT Cooking: This salad, which was featured in a Times article about Yotam Ottolenghi, was adapted from “Plenty,” his first cookbook. It is rich with vegetables and fresh herbs, and is dead simple to make. The salad comes together in under an hour, and is substantial enough for a warm evening’s supper.

NYT Cooking: This is an uncomplicated dish for warm weather and sunny days. Olive oil, garlic, hot pepper, barely warmed tomatoes and tons of fresh basil are the only ingredients besides lobster and  dried pasta, preferably a variety with a bit of texture, like frilly edged reginette, cooked perfectly al dente. The only real work is cooking the lobsters and chopping the meat. Once ...

NYT Cooking: This is an uncomplicated dish for warm weather and sunny days. Olive oil, garlic, hot pepper, barely warmed tomatoes and tons of fresh basil are the only ingredients besides lobster and dried pasta, preferably a variety with a bit of texture, like frilly edged reginette, cooked perfectly al dente. The only real work is cooking the lobsters and chopping the meat. Once ...

Chruscik (Fried Bow Tie Pastries)

Chruscik (Fried Bow Tie Pastries)

White Bean Parmesan Spinach Soup ready in 10 minutes is may kind of soup! Make a double batch and have plenty of leftovers for the weekly dinner rush! | https://cafedelites.com

White Bean Parmesan Spinach Soup ready in 10 minutes is may kind of soup! Make a double batch and have plenty of leftovers for the weekly dinner rush! | https://cafedelites.com