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Food Recipes
Adaptation is what I had in mind when I made this flavor-forward pantry salad today. I wanted it for myself, of course, and the leftovers for the rest ...

Public Health
  Following assurances to the public that the U.S. government was ready to hand the coronavirus, Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) unloaded a significant portion of his stocks back in ...

Public Health
  As it turns out, the United States government is looking at a new potential tool to be used in the fight against the ongoing coronavirus pandemic: Big ...

Food Recipes
Over time, I’ve learned that I like these types of snacks best when I use more dates than nuts, hence the ratio of ingredients in the recipe. When ...

Public Health
  While a number of experts have already warned that the impact of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) on the United States is expected to be tremendously negative, a ...

Recipes
This holiday cookie recipe is a staple in our house and something my brothers and I look forward to ALL YEAR. I begged Madre to share the recipe ...

Food Recipes
Besides the magic of tomato season and the fact of the soup having only six ingredients (olive oil, onion, garlic, tomatoes, salt, and bread—I’m not counting the water!), ...

Food Recipes
Once the dressing is ready, the wrap is as simple as throwing chickpeas, greens, and a few more capers together and wrapping it all up. I like to ...

Food Recipes
This grain salad is a little piece of proof. It came together last week, on a particularly hot-for-late-May night, when I wasn’t quite in the mood for a ...

Travel
Lawrence Ferlinghetti, the poet, publisher, painter, social activist and bookstore owner, has been San Francisco’s de facto poet laureate and literary Pied Piper for seven decades. He turns ...