Times Top Five: Zuni Café Tomato Bread Salad

Times Top Five: Zuni Café Tomato Bread Salad

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Faith Durand
Jul 23, 2008

There were plenty of good things in today's New York Times dining section. Our top five favorites include a giant food party in San Francisco, a no-bake cheesecake, bread salad from a famous chef, and a new oil made from something unexpected!

  1. Tomato bread salad from Zuni
  2. What says summer like a tomato bread salad. Even better when it's from Judy Rodgers, the creator of that famous Zuni chicken and bread salad.
  3. Big plans for Slow Food
  4. There's going to be a giant food party and festival in San Francisco this summer; will it be the Woodstock of food? The Times takes a look at the Slow Food festival.
  5. A rediscovered tomato
  6. ...to make that bread salad with.
  7. Cheesecake - no oven required.
  8. Delicate cheesecake - no oven. From the Minimalist.
  9. Coffee oil!
  10. Two unexpected oils - coffee and mustard - offer new ideas for roasting and grilling.

What were your favorite parts of the New York Times Dining section this week?

(Top image: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)

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