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How to Cook Fish in the Oven Perfectly Every Time

You can make almost any slow-roasted fish in under 30 minutes. Just memorize this technique.<p>Learning how to cook fish at home can be incredibly intimidating. There are a lot of mistakes you can make, but we think the best way to nail it every time is to let the oven do all the work. That's why …

Seafood

Christianity Through Its Scriptures: A Free Course from Harvard University

From Harvard University and professor Karen L. King comes a free online course called <i>Christianity Through Its Scriptures</i>.<p>Here's the description for …

Christianity

5 Ways to Scale Your Business Using Landing Page Software

Your landing page is where potential customers either give up on your site or dive deeper. Leave nothing to chance.<p>7 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>The online marketing space is filled with techno babble. From squeeze pages to sales funnels to conversion …

Small Business

Ditch The Client If Your Contract Lacks These 7 Important Clauses

Getting paid is the biggest issue that freelancers face when they create products or provide services for clients. After all, it can be expensive to go after a non-paying client, and many freelancers are living on an already tight budget. And sometimes freelancers, hungry for business, do not study …

Employment

How To Retire At 62 On A Meager Million

Investors often look to Seeking Alpha for answers.<p>Retirees need a clear plan for their future and need to stick to it.<p>I will be building a portfolio …

Great Writers on the Letters of the Alphabet, Illustrated by David Hockney

A choral serenade to the building blocks of language starring Susan Sontag, Iris Murdoch, Ian McEwan, Joyce Carol Oates, Martin Amis, Doris Lessing, John Updike, and more titans of literature.<p>In the final years of his life, the English poet, novelist, essayist, and social justice advocate Sir …

Literature

Our Readers' "Keepers": The 40 Recipes They Keep Coming Back To

From raspberry ricotta cake to classic roast chicken, these are our readers' favorite recipes of all time.

Cooking

Body Clock Researchers Win Nobel Prize

Breaking News Emails<p>Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings.<p>SUBSCRIBE<p>Three American researchers won the Nobel Prize in Medicine on Monday for discovering what makes us tick — the molecular circuitry of the body clocks that control …

Nobel Prize

21 Slow Cooker Recipes That'll Inspire You To Pull Out The Crock Pot

Comfort food at its easiest.<p>People who own a slow cooker know that this kitchen appliance is truly great. No other appliance can cook you dinner while you’re at work, and reward you with the sweet smell of a delicious meal when you walk through the door.<p>And that’s not all. This appliance is also a …

Secret Music

Audio brought to you by curio.io, a <i>Lapham’s Quarterly</i> partner<p><b>T</b>he first time I heard <i>The Queen’s Suite</i>, I was at work, listening to a collection of …

Duke Ellington

Rachel Roddy’s recipe for ricotta, lemon and olive oil ring cake

The local bar’s former owner will always be remembered for his ciambellone ring cake. This version blends ricotta, olive oil and lemon – so easy and delicious that it’s always time for cake<p>There were so many delays in the renovations of Moka in Testaccio that I dared to hope it would never happen. …

50 Books Recommended by This Year's TED Speakers

The much-buzzed-about conference generated a gargantuan list of intriguing book recommendations.<p><i>Thank You for Being Late</i> by Thomas L. Friedman; recommended by World Bank president Jim Yong Kim and Martin Ford. Amazon calls it "a field guide to the 21st century."<p><i>Success Through Stillness</i> by Russell …

Books

The Japanese skill copied by the world

Mindfulness has become trendy around the world in recent years – but in Japan, it’s been ingrained into the culture for centuries.<p>As the sleek shinkansen bullet train glided noiselessly into the station, I watched a strange ritual begin. During the brief stop, the conductor in the last carriage …

Japan

Buy The 3 Biggest Dividend Payers For Retirement Income To Supplement Social Security

The majority of retirees rely heavily on Social Security. But with rising costs of living, and the disappearance of pensions, Social Security may not …

The Best Zucchini Noodle Recipes You Could Ask For

Long live zoodles!<p>Zucchini is a versatile veggie. It can be turned into taco shells, you can use it as a healthy alternative to pizza crust, and perhaps best of all, you can easily spiralize this green summertime squash and turn it into a plate of zucchini noodles, also known as zoodles.<p>Zoodles are …

The Great Indian Poet and Philosopher Tagore on Truth, Human Nature, and the Interdependence of Existence

“Relationship is the fundamental truth of this world of appearance.”<p><i>“Nature, the soul, love, and God, one recognizes through the heart, and not through the reason… Reason is a tool, a machine, which is driven by the spiritual fire.”</i> So wrote the young Fyodor Dostoyevsky as he contemplated how we …

Ada Lovelace

Evangelicals need to stop being wimps

In July 2012 I was speaking at a youth retreat in the mountains of Tennessee when I received a call from CNN. It seemed that Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy had publicly commented on the issue of same-sex marriage and now the gay mafia were out to destroy him and his restaurant chain. Would I, asked CNN, …

Faith

Every Chicken Soup Recipe You Could Possibly Need

Feed your soul.<p>Here’s the thing with chicken soup: we don’t eat enough of it. There are so many soups out there, it’s easy to forgot about the standard chicken. That’s a mistake, because chicken soup is a really satisfying meal during the frigid months of winter, and it’s also proven to help ward …

12 Recipes for Now

<i>Sam Sifton emails readers of Cooking five days a week to talk about food and suggest recipes. That email also appears here. To receive it in your inbox,</i> <i>register here</i><i>.</i><p>Good morning. For some, it was a weekend of winter grilling and country-time hot dish: smoke-scented chicken for dinner with Donald …

Extreme Sports

Unwrapping Amazon's Logistics Moves (AMZN, UPS) | Investopedia

Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) CEO Jeff Bezos named his company after the river to suggest its scale and evoke its might. Given the company's recent moves, …

In Search of a Better World: Karl Popper on Truth vs. Certainty and the Dangers of Relativism

“Knowledge consists in the search for truth… It is not the search for certainty.”<p><i>“I dream of a world where the truth is what shapes people’s politics, rather than politics shaping what people think is true,”</i> astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson lamented. Nearly half a century earlier, Hannah Arendt …

British Philosophy

17 Photos That'll Only Make Sense To People Who LOVE To Be Organized

Everything. In. Its. Place.

For $149 a Month, the Doctor Will See You as Often as You Want - MIT Technology Review

Imagine if your doctor’s office was more like an Apple Store mashed up with a fancy gym: a modern white-and-wood aesthetic, replete with fancy …

The “Analects” and the Abacus: The Contemporary Relevance of Shibusawa Eiichi’s Business Philosophy

The <i>Analects</i> and the Abacus Are “Inseparable”<p>Shibusawa Eichi (1840–1931) has been termed the “father of Japanese capitalism.” Over the course of his …

Lying Down With Your Kids Until They Fall Asleep Is Not A Bad Habit

I’ve spent approximately 7 billion hours of my life lying in the dark next to a fidgety, sleepless child, praying to the gods that my child will …

15+ Incredibly Realistic Artworks That Are Hard to Believe Are Not Photographs

Since the ancient Greeks, realism has been aspired by Western art lovers, but during the late 1960s and '70s the popularity of highly-realistic …

ZNA’s the new DNA: How zip codes have drastic impacts on your health

Precision Medicine Initiative will research prevention medicine based on DNA, but should also focus on location<p><i>This article was originally published on The Conversation.</i><p>In January 2015, President Barack Obama launched the Precision Medicine Initiative, a plan to support research into treatment and …

Leonard Cohen Makes It Darker

At eighty-two, the troubadour has another album coming. Like him, it is obsessed with mortality, God-infused, and funny.<p>When Leonard Cohen was twenty-five, he was living in London, sitting in cold rooms writing sad poems. He got by on a three-thousand-dollar grant from the Canada Council for the …

Literature