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Slow-Baked Atlantic Salmon with Tabouli from 'Flour, Too'

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There's good news for fish-averse cooks: Joanne Changs recipe for slow-baked salmon in her new cookbook, Flour, Too, is not only easy (and pretty foolproof), but it also keeps that intense salmon smell at bay. The filets are well-coated in olive oil and then cooked in a gentle 300ยบ F oven until just firm to the touch. They stay delicate and buttery, with no stringy flesh in sight. To pair with the rich salmon, Chang whips up a fluffy, lemon-y tabouli salad. It's heavy on the bulgur to make it a more substantial side dish, but the tabouli still has a strong, herbal presence. More

Braised Chickpeas and Vegetables with Couscous, Harissa Yogurt, and Soft Eggs from 'Flour, Too'

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Couscous is a wonderful pantry staple. It's the fastest pasta (or any starchy grain) I know how to cook, and its fluffy texture and mild flavor pair well with just about anything you throw at it. In Joanne Chang's new cookbook Flour, Too, she steams the pasta with a rainbow of summer vegetables and a couple of cups of slowly braised chickpeas. Not content with this everyday flavor profile, Chang flavors the dish with North African flair. More

Asian Celery, Fennel, and Edamame Salad with Candied Lemon, from 'Flour, Too'

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This salad comes from Myers+Chang, her southeast Asian diner co-owned with husband Christopher Myers. Still, the salad's bright dressing and playful mix of vegetables feels right at home with the bakery's staples. It's an easy dish to throw together (once you've candied the lemon to make the dressing, of course), and is pretty enough for a first course at a dinner party. More

Candied Lemon from 'Flour, Too'

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Joanne Chang uses these sweet and sour lemon slices in the Asian Celery, Fennel, and Edamame Salad featured in her new cookbook, Flour, Too. You can also use the lemon slices to top cakes or slip into muffins. The resulting syrup also makes a nice cocktail or mocktail sweetener. More

Chilled Spanish White Gazpacho from 'Flour, Too'

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Perfect for the hot summer months, gazpacho requires little more than a good blender and some patience during its chilling time. But it doesn't take many bowls of the tomato version to grow tired of slurping enriched vegetable juice. Enter white gazpacho. The Spanish blend of almonds and green grapes is an enlivening break from tomato. This recipe, from Joanne Chang's new cookbook Flour, Too, is a prime example—the fruit and nuts combine with crisp English cucumbers, bright cilantro, and a one-two punch of lime juice and sherry vinegar. More

Flour Focaccia from 'Flour, Too'

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Use Joanne Chang's focaccia bread in the lamb sandwich recipe out of her new cookbook, Flour, Too. Extra slices should, of couse, be used for snacking at all hours of the day. More

Roast Lamb Sandwich with Tomato Chutney and Rosemary Goat Cheese from 'Flour, Too'

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Joanne Chang begins her recipe for Flour Bakery's lamb sandwich with a series of quotes from customers, like "I have dreams about your lamb sandwich" and, "I want to marry your lamb sandwich." While I'm pretty sure I'd never attempt to run off with a stack of her sandwiches, I can understand the sentiment: This sandwich is a commitment, but well worth it. More

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