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Sugar Rush: Pain Perdu at Landmarc

New York Niko Triantafillou 8 comments

Landmarc's pain perdu ($16) arrives at your table as a single, giant slab of bread. It looks a bit like a glistening bread iceberg. More

French in a Flash: Asparagus Parmesan Pain Perdu with Homemade Tomato Jam

Serious Eats Kerry Saretsky 4 comments

What's in a name? According to Shakespeare, not a whole lot. But does Shakespeare really know everything? To me, there are two kinds of names that are of the utmost fascination in the culinary world: the dishes a nation names... More

Challah Pain Perdu with Vanilla Crème Anglaise

Serious Eats Kerry Saretsky 9 comments

Pain perdu is a French nursery dessert. Meaning "lost bread," it reclaims day-old leftover bread and is the French answer to, aptly named, French toast. Challah is a traditional Jewish egg bread, slightly sweet and buttery, and very similar to... More

Winter Comfort Food

Nathalie Jordi Post a comment

Unless you're fortunate enough to live south of the tropic of Cancer, you're probably, like us, freezing your fanny off. The blogs on my blogroll are all offering up wintry recipes, and I'm getting warm just reading them.... Orangette's pureed up some celery root soup Fresh Approach Cooking is making ricotta-and-herb dumplings Simply Recipes' kitchen smells like dirty socks...[stuffed pork chops with kielbasa and sauerkraut] Joanne at thepassionatecook is nostalgic for Christmas [pain perdu (French toast) with apple & cranberry compote] World On A Plate is drinking chocolatey Mexican champurrado... More

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