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Grilled Cuban Sandwich (Sandwich Cubano)

Editor's note: Chef, nutritionist, and cooking teacher Lourdes Castro shared this recipe from her cookbook, Latin Grilling. It's part of a festive Cuban party menu she created for Epicurious and a great...

Author: Lourdes Castro

Slow Cooker Cuban Pulled Pork Panini Sandwiches

Cuban pulled pork-or lechon asado-meets traditional Cuban ham and Swiss sandwiches in these zesty, melty paninis. The pork absorbs loads of flavor while slow cooking in a garlic- and citrus-infused mojo...

Author: Samantha Skaggs

Croque Monsieur

Offer a plum-tomato salad with the sandwiches. Round out the meal with sliced strawberries drizzled with crème de cassis.

Corn and Bacon Pie

Author: Susan Reid

Spaghetti and Swiss Chard With Garlic Chips

Executive food editor Kemp Minifie brought the idea for this restorative pasta from her own home. Everyone in the test kitchen loved the briny intensity of feta and olives offset by sweet currants and...

Author: Shelley Wiseman

Cheese Fondue With Beer and Bourbon

Ah, Babybel cheese, the fancy French chef's secret weapon for fondue-it keeps the molten mixture from separating, and its unassuming flavor lets the Gruyère shine.

Author: Ludo Lefebvre

Medianoche (Midnight Sandwich)

The Cubano's cuter cousin, the Media Noche was sold as a late-night snack in Havana's cafés. Calling for the same blend of sweet-cured ham, Swiss cheese, and pickles, it works best with juicier cuts of...

Author: Ana Sofia Pelaez

Chard and Onion Omelet (Trouchia)

Author: Deborah Madison

Salami and Pickle Grilled Cheese

This sandwich can be lunch, a snack, or a late-night thing. Eat it with potato chips and lemonade; it's also great with a simple green salad for dinner.

Author: Susan Regis

Roast Pumpkin with Cheese "Fondue"

As the pumpkin roasts, its skin becomes gorgeously burnished, while inside, slices of baguette, Gruyère, and Emmental coalesce into a rich, velvety concoction that is utterly fabulous served with a scoop...

Gratin Dauphinoise

Author: Rozanne Gold