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NYT Cooking: Though you can follow this procedure with almost any tender cut of beef (and with chicken breasts, if that direction appeals to you), it's a perfect treatment for tenderloin medallions (filet mignon).

NYT Cooking: Though you can follow this procedure with almost any tender cut of beef (and with chicken breasts, if that direction appeals to you), it's a perfect treatment for tenderloin medallions (filet mignon).

Brazilian Skirt Steak with Golden Garlic Butter | By: Leticia Moreinos Schwartz | Based on a dish you’ll find in restaurants in Rio de Janeiro, this recipe uses few ingredients but packs a lot of bold flavor. | From:

Brazilian Skirt Steak with Golden Garlic Butter | By: Leticia Moreinos Schwartz | Based on a dish you’ll find in restaurants in Rio de Janeiro, this recipe uses few ingredients but packs a lot of bold flavor. | From:

This large, fluffy pancake is excellent for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dessert any time of year. And it comes together in about five blessed minutes. Just dump all of the ingredients into a blender, give it a good whirl, pour it into a heated skillet sizzling with butter, and pop it into the oven. (Photo: Jim Wilson/The New York Times)

This large, fluffy pancake is excellent for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dessert any time of year. And it comes together in about five blessed minutes. Just dump all of the ingredients into a blender, give it a good whirl, pour it into a heated skillet sizzling with butter, and pop it into the oven. (Photo: Jim Wilson/The New York Times)

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 or brunch, then pop it in the oven an hour before you plan to serve it. (Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)

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 or brunch, then pop it in the oven an hour before you plan to serve it. (Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)

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