Cheryl Taylor

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See the Cherry Trees Blossoming in Washington, D.C.

Cherry trees blossom around the Tidal Basin at sunrise near the Jefferson Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Saul …

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National Geographic Travel

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5 Best Day Trips from Paris

Our guide to these charming getaways close to the city.<p>There is enough to see, do, eat, and experience in Paris to span a lifetime. But if the itch to explore whats lays beyond Parisian borders, these are the day trips (or weekend getaways) worth your limited time. Within, find our guide on where …

What to Pack for Paris, France

Packing for a trip to Paris can be a challenge. Our number one bit of advice is not to over pack. We know that this is easier said than done (From …

France

Exploit lets attackers replace your iPhone's apps with malware (update: Apple response)

Apparently, it's the season for novel iOS security exploits. Researchers at FireEye say they've discovered a vulnerability, nicknamed "Masque Attack," that lets malicious websites replace legitimate apps with malware. If ne'er-do-wells have an enterprise developer account or your device's universal …

Benefits of Apple Pay over CurrentC to retailers highlighted as Whole Foods transactions hit 1%

Shortly after retail chain Whole Foods announced that it had processed 150,000 Apple Pay transactions in the three weeks since the service was launched – estimated at around 1% of the company’s sales – a business author and senior Hitachi consultant has spoken about the twin attractions of Apple …

Possible Apple-Alibaba partnership could lead to greatly accelerated rollout of Apple Pay in China

The potential partnership between Apple and Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba could facilitate a far more rapid rollout of Apple Pay in the country than if Apple goes it alone, suggests a piece in the <i>WSJ</i>. Tim Cook first revealed that he was in talks with the company at the <i>WSJ Digital</i> conference last …

Most Of The Items In Your Spice Rack Are Probably Expired

Sugar, spice and everything nice is only so nice for a couple of months. Your spice rack may be filled with little bottles of seasoning with the power to enhance any dish on the planet, but the truth is, they can only do this for so long.<p>Many of us are guilty of keeping those containers of magic …

Use This Stovetop Method for an Easy, No-Bake Fruit Crisp

It's November, you're planning your next big holiday meal, and you've just realized you're out of space in the oven for dessert. What do you do? <i>What do you do?</i><p>With this streusel-topped fruit dessert—made 100% on the stovetop in a single skillet—in your back pocket, you've got nothing to worry …

Toasting Nuts? The Microwave is Your Best Friend

Like good music, a good cookbook should be rewarding every time you open it up. Take Harold McGee's <i>On Food and Cooking</i>, for instance. Every single time I browse through its pages I pick up on something that I totally glossed over the first time around.<p>Case in point: on page 503 in the section on …

Wood Or Plastic Cutting Boards: Which Is Better?

Ask any chef or home cook what the single most important tool in the kitchen is and he or she will almost certainly give you the same answer: a chef's knife. One, dependable all-purpose chef's knife -- and knowing how to use it -- is going to make the biggest impact on your cooking, whether you're …

9 Essential Thanksgiving Tools

<i>As home cooks, we rely on our instincts, our knowledge, and our curiosities -- but we also have to rely on our tools. Which is why we're asking the experts about the essential tools we need to make our favorite foods attainable in our own kitchens.</i><p><i>Today: This Thanksgiving, we're keeping it in the</i> …

Kitchens

7 Ways to Use a Whole Watermelon

It’s National Watermelon Day! So go out, buy a whole watermelon and make a few of these juicy, refreshing watermelon recipes.<p>It’s National Watermelon …

17 Refreshing Slaw Recipes for Summer

A good slaw is a thing of beauty. These 17 slaw recipes are flavorful, light, and fresh.<p><b>A good slaw is a thing of beauty.</b> Whether you're a fan of creamy mayonnaise or bright, acidic vinegar, we can all agree that the best versions are crunchy, refreshing, and light. These 17 slaw recipes fit the …

Cooking

The Best Way to Make Eggs, According to BA Staffers

From scrambled to poached to boiled, here's how Bon Appétit staffers like their eggs.<p>When discussing the perfect method for frying eggs the other day, we realized: There is no right way to make eggs, only preferences. Some prefer crispy, lacy edges on their fried eggs; some like them just set, with …

Breakfast

How to Dress Any Salad Green, from Arugula to Watercress

Advice on pairing salad greens with dressings, from hearty endive and kale to tender summer mâche mixes<p>Anyone can make a decent salad, but it takes some skill and know-how to create a masterpiece in green. It's important, first, to brush up on the basics: Are you sufficiently drying your greens? …

Arugula

40 Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast Recipes That Are NOT Boring

No dry, flavorless chicken here—you'll want to make everything from crispy cutlets to flavorful soups.<p><b>Chicken breast may be everyone's go-to lean protein</b>—but, man, can it be <i>boring</i>. Too often it's an overcooked afterthought, sautéed and tossed into pasta or tumbled over some greens. Nobody likes …

Cooking

83 Egg Recipes That We Always Crave

83 egg recipes is a lot of egg recipes. But is it enough?<p>Shockingly enough, Americans once ate twice as many eggs as they do today. Bring back the glory days with these 83 egg recipes, prepared every way you could imagine (baked! fried! poached! more!).

Cooking

24 Recipes Everyone Should Know How to Cook

From chicken pot pie and classic Caesar salad to brownies and cookies.<p>We've rounded up 24 basic recipes that everyone should know how to cook, from a pot of rice to pot roast. Master these, and you'll never find yourself stumped in the grocery store.

Cooking

6 Kale Salad Mistakes to Avoid Because No One Likes a Soggy Salad

Kale salad: so hot right now. But are you doing it wrong? We talked to our test kitchen to identify the most common mistakes when it comes to this trendy dish<p>The endlessly hip kale salad seems to appear everywhere these days, from our mom's Sunday dinner table to every restaurant in town. It's a …

Healthy Eating

65 Tomato Recipes for the Height of the Season

From pastas to salads to salsas, make these 65 tomato recipes all summer long.<p><b>It's tomato season!</b> Make the most of this ephemeral fruit with these summery recipes.

Cooking

21 Food Superstitions You Should Really Know About

From spilling salt to cutting bananas, here are 21 kitchen-related superstitions you should be aware of.<p>Everyone knows that garlic wards off vampires and that spilling salt is terrible luck. But did you know that you should never cut a banana with a knife? And speaking of knives, did you know that …

Hot Cross Buns