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An Egg Salad Sandwich, Eight Ways

An Egg Salad Sandwich, Eight Ways

NYT Cooking: In the Burgundy region of France, home of Dijon, pork chops are traditionally served in a sauce made with mustard, cream and white wine, and there are very few pairings that are better. Richard Olney, a prominent food writer and authority on French cooking, sautéed sliced apples and chops and then baked them all together with cream and mustard dribbled on top. I prefer...

NYT Cooking: In the Burgundy region of France, home of Dijon, pork chops are traditionally served in a sauce made with mustard, cream and white wine, and there are very few pairings that are better. Richard Olney, a prominent food writer and authority on French cooking, sautéed sliced apples and chops and then baked them all together with cream and mustard dribbled on top. I prefer...

NYT Cooking: In the height of summer, a stellar but simple tomato salad is essential dinner party fare. This one has the distinct profile of a niçoise: Thick slices are arranged on a platter, then topped with a garlicky chopped olive vinaigrette and colorful halved cherry tomatoes. A flourish of anchovy plays against the sweet ripeness, and scattered basil leaves are both decorative an...

NYT Cooking: In the height of summer, a stellar but simple tomato salad is essential dinner party fare. This one has the distinct profile of a niçoise: Thick slices are arranged on a platter, then topped with a garlicky chopped olive vinaigrette and colorful halved cherry tomatoes. A flourish of anchovy plays against the sweet ripeness, and scattered basil leaves are both decorative an...