An avalanche of unnecessary medical care is harming patients physically and financially. What can we do about it? It was lunchtime before my afternoon surgery clinic, which meant that I was at my desk,
By Meghan Leahy Meghan Leahy Email Bio Follow Question: My husband and I are blessed with having our parents (three sets) all somewhat nearby. At the same time, this causes our social calendar to fill
By Valerie Strauss Valerie Strauss Reporter covering education, foreign affairs Email Bio Follow Nancie Atwell is the renowned founder of the Center for Teaching and Learning, an award-winning non-profit
The long, loving gazes. The ritualized, often high-pitched, expressions of affection. The heroic self-sacrifice one would readily endure for the other. What is it about the bond between human and dog is
One thing to love about brunch is all the variety of breakfast foods it can include. You can go traditional with pancakes and sausage or go out on a limb with mini quiche and asparagus hors d’oeuvres.
The Plate GMOs may be able to save chocolate. The bigger question is whether we want them to. Chocolate–the scrumptious confection of Valentine boxes and Easter baskets–is in trouble. The average American
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The Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York shares the recipe for its legendary red velvet cake SERVES 10 INGREDIENTS For the cake 3 ounces (or 85g) dark chocolate, chopped 2 cups (or 400g) granulated sugar
Heralded as "the first new cake in 100 years" when it was introduced, the chiffon cake -- one of the darlings of midcentury cuisine -- became famous for its wonderfully light and airy texture, seemingly
Claire Ptak shares this family favourite with a hint of chocolate and thick creamy frosting Grandma Ptak used to make this for me on every visit, whether at her house in Illinois or ours in California.