Beth Groshans

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65 Fruity, Sweet, and Creamy Desserts to Make This Summer

Homemade ice cream, boozy popsicles, easy crumbles, and all of the fruit pies.<p><b>Dessert just tastes better in the summertime</b>. With ripe berries, juicy watermelon, fruit pies, and ice cream leading the way, we're suddenly feeling very hungry. Eat 'em all—before they melt!

Extra-Virgin Olive Oil

Caesar Salad With Homemade Croutons

Caesar Salad With Homemade Croutons from Buddy Valastro - Cake Boss• 1 egg yolk<br>• 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice, about 2 lemons<br>• 2 large cloves garlic, smashed …


Cucumber And Pepper Pickles With Whole Spices

Cucumber And Pepper Pickles With Whole Spices from The Skinny• 8-12 Persian Cucumbers, sliced thin (Persian cukes vary in sizes but are always much …


The Pimm's Royale Recipe

The Pimm's Royale Recipe from Food Republic• 1 1/2 ounces Pimm's No. 1<br>• 3 ounces Brut Champagne or Cava<br>• cucumber, sliced<br>• Orange, sliced<br>• strawberry, …

Sparkling Wine

Simple Tomato Tart Recipe

Simple Tomato Tart Recipe from Food Republic• 4 ripe tomatoes<br>• 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard<br>• 1 package puff pastry, thawed<br>• 2 teaspoons fresh thyme leaves, …


Rosy Boa Cocktail

8 servings<p>Rose water is the little something that makes this cocktail recipe special.<p>July 2017Print<p>Ingredients<p>1 tablespoon kosher salt<p>2 teaspoons paprika<p>1 teaspoon chipotle chile powder<p>2 cups fresh grapefruit juice<p>1½ cups tequila<p>½ cup pomegranate juice<p>⅓ cup fresh lime juice<p>¼ teaspoon rose water<p>1½ …


This Funny-Looking Product Will Clean the Microwave for You

You will like her when she's angry.<p>After heating up leftover pasta bolognese, your microwave looks like a murder scene. Splatters of sauce are everywhere. You <i>should</i> wipe it up, but your pasta is piping-hot and ready to be devoured on the couch while watching <i>Master of None</i>. So you close the …


Make Your Own Bagged Greens, Eat So Much More Salad

It's a pretty simple equation.<p>Vegetables, by most accounts, are supposed to make you feel good. Why, then, do they make me feel so awful so quickly, sitting there in the fridge, untouched and wilting? The crisper drawer is meant to preserve produce; in reality, it’s a hospice for my neglected …

Healthy Eating
Labor Day

4 Types of Salsa Verde to Memorize and Put on Everything

How to use pesto, chimichurri, and more for marinating, finishing, and dipping.<p>If you only use one type of sauce all summer, it should be salsa verde. I think the biggest misconception about salsa verde is that it's literally salsa—as in, to dip tortilla chips in. But it's so much more than that. …


The Best Toothpicks Are Minty and Make You Feel Like a Cowboy

These slender mouth sticks are infused with tea tree oil, menthol, and cowboy-level dispassion.<p>Affectations can be very fun, especially when they are easily disposable, like my favorite new affectation: chewing on tea tree oil toothpicks. These slender mouth sticks are usually made of birch wood …

Alternative Medicine

Crisp Peach Cobbler - How to Make the Crispiest Peach Cobbler

12 Great New Books To Bring To The Beach This Summer

A good beach read might be as ubiquitous a summer staple as sunscreen, but what makes a book a beach read is harder to define. Should it be fast-paced? High energy? Physically light? (Never mind emotionally ― tears are just salt water, anyway!)<p>True, the label can be used as condescendingly as …


Why Do Employees Stay? A Clear Career Path and Good Pay, for Starters

Employee turnover is expensive. Replacing an employee who quits costs, on average, 21% of their annual pay. While it’s tempting to dismiss turnover as a fact of life in today’s fast-moving job market, new research shows otherwise. Many reasons employees jump ship are surprisingly simple, and …


HBR's 10 Must Reads for New Managers (with bonus article "How Managers Become Leaders" by Michael D. Watkins)

Description<p>Publication Date: <b>February 28, 2017</b><p>Develop the mindset and presence to successfully manage others for the first time. If you read nothing else on becoming a new manager, read these 10 articles. We've combed through hundreds of Harvard Business Review articles and selected the most …


A Wall Won’t Secure the U.S.-Mexico Border, but Economic Policy Could

President Trump campaigned on a promise to “build a great, great wall on our southern border.” After he was inaugurated as president, his administration said it was considering taxing imports from Mexico to cover the estimated cost of $21.6 billion. (That Department of Homeland Security estimate is …


How to Get People to Collaborate When You Don’t Control Their Salary

Most of us assume that if we want to change people’s behavior, we need to change their incentives.<p>For example, after I published research and advice on collaboration in professional service firms, I heard from a surprising number of people who wrote to ask questions like, “Maybe it’ll work in a …


If fish is a hard sell at your house, this is the one-pan stew you need

Eat more fish, they say.<p>Don’t care for the taste, and cooking it can be tricky, you say.<p>Try this stew, I say.<p>It’s not fishy. It’s winy and slightly “agrodolce,” with sweet and sour components of stout and honey. Chunks of firm, white-fleshed fish go in at the end so they won’t be overcooked. The …


How Physicians Can Keep Up with the Knowledge Explosion in Medicine

Imagine an oncologist with more than a decade of practice experience is evaluating a lung cancer patient today. During her training years ago, there would have been a handful of therapy options to consider. Today there are dozens of additional options, in addition to hundreds of open clinical …

Digital Health

Google Earth’s Timelapse update illustrates 30 years of climate change

Watch as the planet is irreversibly changed<p>The team behind Google Earth released an update today to the Timelapse feature of its satellite imagery app, and it’s a great way to see the rapid pace of urban development and public infrastructure projects like the San Francisco Bay Bridge. It’s a cool …

Climate Change

How to Write Email with Military Precision

In the military, a poorly formatted email may be the difference between mission accomplished and mission failure. During my active duty service, I learned how to structure emails to maximize a mission’s chances for success. Since returning from duty, I have applied these lessons to emails that I …


I Dip, You Dip, We Dip: Our Best Dips and Spreads

Never let your chips get lonely again.<p><b>We'll always love a good dip</b>. Here are our favorites, from spinach-and-artichoke (classic) to an herby feta number. Chips, ahoy!


With This Technique, You’ll Never Have to Chop Another Clove of Garlic

You're still mincing your garlic? Get with the times, man.<p>What if we told you that everything you knew about garlic was a lie? The vampires. The mincing. Well, just those two things really. Cooking chopped garlic is a frustrating pursuit. The smaller pieces brown before the slightly larger ones, …


What a Real Apology Requires

Most of what has been written about apologies is fundamentally manipulative, because the focus is on technique — on applying psychology to extract forgiveness from others, as in: “What do I need to say in order to get my boss/child/neighbor to trust me again?” This view of apologies is one of …

Positive Thinking

What Happens When Careers Last 20 Years Longer?

Like many of my peers, I had thought that I could gently start thinking about retirement in my mid-fifties. But as my mid-fifties arrived, and as the debate about the human lifespan rages on, I’ve been confronting a new question: what if I live to 100?<p>For more, I looked to a book by Lynda Gratton …

Career Development