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Burger Buns

Burger buns, specifically homemade soft hamburger buns that are almost like brioche, are the best in our book. These buttery, light, yet sturdy specimens are the most incredible we’ve ever had. The recipe comes from the baking geniuses at King Arthur Flour. Adapted from King Arthur Flour | Originally posted online in The Baking Circle When King Arthur Flour first shared this recipe for homemade burger buns recipe online, the website was… devour more »          

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Grilled Sausage Sandwich

This grilled sausage sandwich is layered with grilled zucchini, onion, sausage, and tangy herb mayo, all stuffed between two slices of toasted bread. Adapted from Sarah Copeland | The Newlywed Cookbook | Chronicle, 2011 This grilled sausage sandwich made with grilled zucchini and scallions is insanely satiating—whatever your constituent chromosomes. What we mean by that is it was originally dubbed The Man Sammie due to its heartiness although,… devour more »          

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Kimchi Bulgogi Sandwiches

These kimchi bulgogi sandwiches are not your ordinary steak sandwiches. They’re loaded with Korean-style marinated steak, kimchi, mayonnaise, and cilantro. Here’s how to make them. Adapted from Mike Coiffi | Chris Bradley | Sara B. Franklin | The Phoenicia Diner Cookbook | Clarkson Potter, 2020 These kimchi bulgogi sandwiches are gonna disrupt your regular dinner rotation. (Sorry, Meatloaf Monday, you’re out.) These flavor bombs are… devour more »          

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Egg Salad Without Mayo

This egg salad without mayo is most definitely not your grandma’s recipe. But it’s so surprisingly lovely we think you won’t miss the traditional version at all. Adapted from Adam Richman | Straight Up Tasty | Clarkson Potter, 2015 This egg salad made without mayo isn’t your grandma’s egg salad. Instead it’s crammed full of gently caramelized onions and olive oil and even garlic, and it’s so surprisingly… devour more »          

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Buttermilk Sandwich Bread

This buttermilk sandwich bread is a classic recipe that turns out tender bread, perfect for toast, sandwiches, bread pudding, and beyond. Adapted from Elinor Klivans | Fast Breads | Chronicle, 2010 This buttermilk sandwich bread has an ever so slight tang and an almost cake-like in texture and toasts amazingly. It’s also ideal for, natch, sandwiches of any sort.–Renee Schettler Buttermilk Sandwich Bread Quick… devour more »          

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Classic Cheeseburger

This classic cheeseburger, made with freshly ground chuck, salt, and pepper, and topped with your favorite condiments, is proof that some of the best things in life are the simplest things. Adapted from Cristina Ferrare | Cristina Ferrare’s Big Bowl of Love | Sterling Epicure, 2011 When I lived in New York, there was a restaurant that I went to every Friday night for dinner that served the best cheeseburgers in the whole wide… devour more »          

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Shake Shack’s Roadside Double Burger

This roadside double burger is the same roadside double from the iconic Shake Shack. And it has everything you’ve ever wanted in a burger. Two burgers. Swiss cheese. And insanely tender and complex onions simmered in beer and bacon. Thank us later. Adapted from Randy Garutti | Mark Rosati | Shake Shack | Clarkson Potter, 2017 This roadside double burger is the exact same roadside double offered by the iconic Shake Shack. And it has… devour more »          

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Turkey Cranberry Sandwich With Stuffing

This turkey cranberry sandwich with stuffing is a classic post-Thanksgiving nosh. Thick slices of sturdy bread form the firmament for mayo, cranberry sauce, turkey, stuffing, and gravy. Feel free to freestyle and add mashed potatoes or whatever you please. The best part of Thanksgiving. Adapted from Williams-Sonoma | The Best of Thanksgiving | Weldon Owen, 2016 Knowing how to make the quintessential leftover turkey cranberry sandwich with stuffing goes something like this: 1. Have Thanksgiving dinner. 2. Make certain there are leftovers. 3. Pile them atop some […]

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