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8 Recipes to Help You Get Through the Cruelest Month (March, Not April)

When it’s chilly, gray, and stormy outside, there’s no better time to hunker down in your kitchen and cook up these comfort food favorites.<p><b>Let’s call March like it is: the cruelest of months.</b> (You’re welcome, April.) But, hey, when it’s chilly, gray, and stormy outside, there’s no better time to …

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30 Questions to Help You Reflect and Get Excited for 2015

By reflecting on moments that happened in your life, externally and internally, you get deep into your subconscious and reassess whether your goals are in line with your priorities and values.<p><i>This post originally appeared on BrandMentalist.com</i><p>Another year has almost gone by, but now is the perfect …

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How to Make Whiskey Caramel Sauce

<i>It's always more fun to DIY. Every week, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home.</i><p><i>Today: A boozy, five-ingredient caramel sauce that's perfect for holiday gifting, from Becky Rosenthal of The Vintage Mixer.</i><p>When a friend rattles off …

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The Best Reason to Drown Your Kale in Cream

It will make kale feel exciting and new -- a discovery rather than the butt of a cultural inside joke.<p><i>If you're like us, you look to the seasons for what to cook -- or what to drink. Get to the market, and we'll show you what to do with your haul.</i><p><i>Today: A gratin so full of cream it will make you</i> …

A Small Sampling of Ursula K. Le Guin’s Prescient Wisdom and Where to Find It

If you’re still reeling from the inspiring speech Ursula K. Le Guin dropped at the National Book Awards last week, that’s natural. When we’re …

Eating meat is worse for the environment than driving to work

Next time you brag about biking to work instead of driving for the sake of the environment, take a good look inside your lunch box.<p>According to a new report released by the London-based think tank Chatham House, livestock production accounts for more direct greenhouse gas emissions overall than all …

How To Make Jamie Oliver's Vegan Christmas Feast

Mouthwatering vegan Christmas recipes, exclusively curated by Jamie Oliver for BuzzFeed Life.

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Hunger Is the Beginning of Every Folktale

Hunger is the beginning of every story. It might not be the most literal sort of hunger, but there is always something wanted, what the folklorist …

Paris Review - Maya Angelou, The Art of Fiction No. 119

Interviewed by George Plimpton<p>Issue 116, Fall 1990<p>This interview was conducted on the stage of the YMHA on Manhattan’s upper East Side. A large audience, predominantly women, was on hand, filling indeed every seat, with standees in the back . . . a testament to Maya Angelou’s drawingpower. Close to …

Paris Review - Margaret Atwood, The Art of Fiction No. 121

Interviewed by Mary Morris<p>Issue 117, Winter 1990<p>The manuscript of “Frogless,” a poem that appears in this issue, by Margaret Atwood. Ms. Atwood wrote the poem on an SAS Hotel’s bedside notepad while she was in Gothenburg, Sweden last September for the Nordic Book Fair. “I’ve written quite a lot …

Paris Review - Don DeLillo, The Art of Fiction No. 135

Interviewed by Adam Begley<p>Issue 128, Fall 1993<p>Don DeLillo, ca. 2011. Photograph by Thousandrobots<p>A man who’s been called “the chief shaman of the paranoid school of American fiction” can be expected to act a little nervous.<p>I met Don DeLillo for the first time in an Irish restaurant in Manhattan, …

11 Vegetarian Ramen Bowls So Divine, You Won't Miss The Meat

A meat-free, pipin' hot bowl of noodles is in your future.<p>Ramen is a delight. It's the perfect bowl of somethin' somethin' to warm up your bones on chillier days. It has the potential to combine nearly everything you crave -- noodles? veggies? an egg? sure! -- all in one bowl. It's salty, …

Make This Avocado Miso Toast With Poached Egg, Have No Regrets

Everything's better with an egg on top.<p>The divinity that is avocado toast is unparalleled: It's full of texture, creamy <i>and</i> crunchy. It makes #brunch Instagram shots exponentially prettier. <i>And</i>, it can be whipped up in a matter of minutes. As heavenly as it is in its purest form (just avocado, just …

Carrot Cake Recipes That Make Every Other Cake Bow Down

Carrots shine when they're mixed with sugar.<p>In the world of cake, there are many great options. Flourless chocolate, red velvet, funfetti, the list goes on and on. And then, there's carrot -- the only cake that uses a vegetable as its main ingredient and proudly tells the world about it. This cake …

Fried Peach & Pancetta Pizza - Fried Pizza Dough topped with Peaches and Pancetta

How to Cook with Corn, Beans, and Squash—the Three Sisters

From pickled corn to garlicky runner beans to squash tart, here are our favorite ways to cook with the "three sisters."<p><b>Reach back in your grade-school memory</b>. Like, way back. There, you may find a vague memory of a history lesson that touched on the Iroquois custom of planting the "three …

The Best Doughnuts. Ever.

Flavored with lemon zest and ground nutmeg, these doughnuts are sturdy and sublime.<p><i>Every week on Food52, we’re unearthing Heirloom Recipes -- dishes that have made their way from one generation's kitchen to the next.</i><p><i>Today: Adrienne Kane of Nosheteria gives us the best doughnuts, ever.</i><p>Growing up, my …

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New Maps Show Where Birds Will Fly as Earth’s Climate Changes

Author: Nick Stockton. Nick Stockton Science<p>Date of Publication: 09.09.14.<p>Time of Publication: 6:30 am. 6:30 am<p>Climate change is going to leave a lot …

13 Nostalgic Childhood Foods for Grown-Ups

Here are 13 recipes inspired by everyone’s favorite childhood foods.<p>Remember being a kid? All you needed to be happy was a gooey grilled cheese …

The reason for the “leaky…

The reason for the “leaky pipeline” is a combination of social, cultural, and psychological factors—but they all contribute to a confidence gap that plagues female scientists, just as acutely as it plagues other professions. A recent survey of 193 graduate students in STEM fields at Duke showed that women consistently underestimate their abilities compared to men. In this study, Psychologist Lindsey Copeland found that 41 percent of men indicated that it is “definitely” true they have good …