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Quiche Lorraine

The first quiche to come to the attention of the American public was the quiche Lorraine in the 1950s. Since then we have gone through what has amounted to the quiching of America. Like ice cream, the quiche appears in all flavors — from asparagus to zucchini. This recipe makes enough filling for a pie…

Buttery Breakfast Casserole

The word “buttery” in the title refers to croissants, which make an especially rich foundation for this golden-topped baked breakfast classic. Toasting the croissants before building the casserole adds caramelized notes that can stand up to the bits of browned sausage, sage and melted Gruyère strewn throughout. Make this the night before a special breakfast…

Cheesy Hasselback Potato Gratin

This golden and glorious mash-up of potato gratin and Hasselback potatoes, from the acclaimed food science writer J. Kenji López-Alt, has been engineered to give you both creamy potato and singed edge in each bite. The principal innovation here is placing the sliced potatoes in the casserole dish vertically, on their edges, rather than laying…

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