Weekend 'New York Times' Food News
Quickie Banh Mi: A sandwich that maintains "the porky-pickled-fiery essence of a classic banh mi with easy-to-find ingredients."
Coke Recipe: People go crazy for favorite corporate recipes, like the one for Coca Cola.
Cocktails, Sans Booze: For the nondrinkers: yuzu and rose spritzes and kumquat-and-fennel smashes.
Time for Dinner: It's a challenge to juggle cooking for your family and working all day.
Where the Elites Eat: Craig Susser opens a restaurant for the Los Angeles A-listers to call second home.
Flemish Comfort Food in French Flanders: Feast on pork pâtés and pumpkin leek soup at these homey restaurants.
La Chocolaterie de Jacques Genin: The ethereal macarons and wonderful caramels warrant a trip to this Paris shop.
Coop Cheating: Members "sending their nannies to fulfill their work shifts has raised eyebrows and debate among the granola-and-strollers set of greater Park Slope."
Veggie Hash: Turn a fridge full of veggies into a quick, satisfying dinner.
Food Choices: Studies show prominent calorie counts do little to influence restaurant orders.