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    An apricot jam glaze and a snow-white icing help seal in moisture.
    CreditBobbi Lin for The New York Times. Food Stylist: Rebecca Jurkevich. Prop Stylist: Christina Lane.

    Fruitcake Is Delicious, and This Recipe Proves It

    Claire Saffitz’s version skips the long aging process, baking up in a day, and doubles down on deliciousness.

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      CreditDavid Malosh for The New York Times. Food Stylist: Simon Andrews.

      A Good Appetite

      You Can’t Resist This Easy Squash-Chickpea Recipe

      Just try not to nibble all the caramelized and spiced bits straight off the pan before dinnertime — we dare you.

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      Place des Fêtes in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.
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      The Pour

      What Is a Wine Bar, Anyway?

      The term is nebulous and too-often all encompassing. The best are places for a quick snack and a glass or two for wiling away the evening.

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    Jambon beurre sandwiches at L’Ami Pierre. The ends will be fully trimmed before they are presented to customers.
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    The Proustian Ideal of a Ham Sandwich

    For French sandwich shops in New York, jambon beurre — ham on a buttered baguette — is one of the most difficult, yet satisfying feats.

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  2. The Veggie

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    Holiday Gift Ideas From The Veggie

    Vegan chocolate bars, dreamy cookbooks and more small luxuries to give this year, as well as some ideas for your Thanksgiving leftovers.

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  3. Eat

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    CreditChris Simpson for The New York Times. Food stylist: Maggie Ruggiero. Prop stylist: Sophia Pappas.

    Got Thanksgiving Leftovers? Make Turkey Ramen.

    In this rich, silky ramen, the bird gets a second turn at the table.

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    How Jellied Cranberry Sauce Is Made

    Americans buy 75 million cans a year, with 85 percent sold during the Thanksgiving to Christmas season. Here’s how it’s made, from the farm to the factory.

    By Ross Mantle and