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Make This Pasta When You Swear There's Nothing in the Fridge

Break free from your usual basil-and-pine-nut routine with a wintry pesto that was practically meant for a simple plate of spaghetti.<p><i>Welcome to Cooking Without Recipes, in which we teach you how to make a dish we love, but don’t worry too much about the nitty-gritty details of the recipe, so you</i> …

Luxury Lifestyle

The Eyeliner Trick That Instantly Makes Your Eyes Look Wider

It's all about placement.<p>Eyeliner is one of those magical tools with the power to transform your look in countless ways. One of its most common uses: making eyes appear bigger. But it's all about the placement.<p>Typically, women who draw their liner on the top and the bottom connect the two at the …

5 Diet Tips I Learned From Channing Tatum's Nutritionist

"I never have a client where my only goal is weight loss. I want them to have more energy and have better skin."<p>"People do resolutions and they're done with them by the end of January," says glowing green human Kimberly Snyder, the nutritionist behind Hollywood hard-bodies like Channing Tatum (and …

Men eat more when they dine with women, study finds

There's now a scientific explanation why men eat more in front of women--and it may not be why you think.<p>According to a new study from Cornell University’s Food and Brand Lab published in the medical journal “Evolutionary Psychological Science,” they are actually trying to impress females--not turn …

For some people’s diets, ice cream is … a good thing?

Dieting is always unpleasant. Who wants to ditch the cookie or forgo the pizza slice? But what if the cookie isn’t all that bad for you? What’s if …

Diabetes

‘Healthy’ Foods May Be Better for Some People Than Others

People with diabetes have long known that the same food can affect different people’s blood sugar differently. Now, for the first time, there’s …

Don't judge gluten-free eaters too harshly. Science shows it's more complex than facts vs fad

When researching gluten for the ABC’s Catalyst program, I was struck that around 10% of Australians swear off it. The reasons go beyond the latest trends<p>I don’t think it dawned on me how popular the gluten-free diet had become until I attended Melbourne’s gluten-free expo last month.<p>It was a …

Gluten-Free

One sentence sums up all the science on how to eat healthy

Diet crazes come and go, but the science of how to eat healthy hasn't actually changed that much in recent years.<p>We hear a lot of conflicting advice …

Holistic Medicine

You’ll Never Believe How Many Cups of Coffee Science Says You Can Drink a Day

Whether you take your java on the go or sip a festive blend inside, over 54 percent of Americans reach for a trusty cuppa joe every single day, despite it being a healthy living faux pas. Well, faux pas or not, coffee drinkers can rejoice after Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health released a …

Slipping Into A Food Coma? Blame Your Gut Microbes

Bacteria in your gut tell your brain when you've had enough to eat.<p>When you push away your plate, loosen your belt and announce, "I couldn't manage another bite!" it may be your gut microbes talking, according to a new study. Researchers found chemical clues hinting that, when certain bacteria in …

FYI, you can cut sugar out of your diet, but it's not going to change your basic eating habits

Every week it seems as if there’s a new way to make <i>your</i> diet the right diet, whether that be through cutting carbs, cutting fat, or, more recently, …

The Zombie Diet: Is the Way You Eat Causing You to Lose Brain Cells?

Eating a high-fat diet can literally cause your brain to eat itself, according to a new study<p>Feeling a little brain-dead these days? That may be more …

6 Ways To Kick Added Sugar Out, According To A Sugar Scientist

Learn how to protect yourself and your family from lurking added sugar.<p>The Food and Drug Administration’s new recommendation that Americans eat no more than 10 percent of calories from added sugar is a giant leap in the right direction, according to sugar scientist Laura Schmidt of the University …

Diabetes

There's a lot of confusion about eating fat. Here's what scientists agree on.

Media coverage of dietary fat has been confusing and contradictory over the years, as you can see in this graphic of Time magazine covers:<p>Back in the 1960s, the magazine suggested that everyone should lower their total fat intake, which turned out to be bad advice. (Many of the replacements for fat …

USDA takes a fresh look at the calorie content of walnuts

New study finds walnuts may provide 21 percent fewer calories than previously estimated using Atwater method<p>Folsom, Calif., (Dec. 1, 2015) - A new …

Grilling: Spinach and Mushroom-Stuffed Beef Tenderloin

A grand holiday like Christmas requires a fitting centerpiece on the table, and the enormity and richness of a large slab of beef seems an apt player for that role. For a special occasion such as this, I'd probably shell out for an incredibly flavorful rib roast, give it a lot of salt and pepper, …

9 Clever Recipe Ideas for Kale | Stonesoup

First things first. I just want to wish you a very Happy New Year! I hope you have some exciting things planned.<p>I have a heap of projects I’m super …

How to Make Makeshift Buttermilk

<i>We're revisiting this post to remind you that you may not have buttermilk in your fridge, but you probably have milk and vinegar. And sometimes, that's enough.</i><p>Here’s a not-so-hypothetical scenario: You’re well on your way to making biscuits, or salad dressing, or, if you’re lucky, fried chicken, …

Biscuits

Dinner Tonight: Fried Rice + Miso Salad

Simple fried rice is one of those dishes you eat with your head down, with little or no conversation, and an ice cold beer (not pictured, but highly recommended). Don't be put off by the long list of ingredients -- we're betting that you have most of them in your fridge already. A tangy, salty …

Onions

How to Save an Overly Salty or Spicy Dish

<i>Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.</i><p><i>Today: Next time you over-season your dish, don't panic -- just follow these tips.</i><p>We've all been there. You're expecting guests at any moment, you've just …

Kitchens

Grilled Stuffed Flank Steak With Scallions, Ginger, and Teriyaki Glaze Recipe

Negimaki—grilled beef rolled around scallions and grilled with a sweet and savory teriyaki-style glaze—is one of my favorite Japanese appetizers. Here we've Super Mario mushroom'd it to full main course-sized proportions, stuffing a butterflied flank steak with an aromatic scallion-ginger oil …

18 Last-Minute Thanksgiving Recipes for When You Have *No* Time

Whether you are hosting your first Friendsgiving feast or you’re looking for a dish to bring to that family potluck, you’re going to need a few quick and easy recipes this season. From appetizers, side dishes, mains and dessert, one (or more!) of these Thanksgiving recipes will definitely become …

Here Is Your Thanksgiving Recovery Plan

Here are 7 tips for keeping the Thanksgiving meal from adding unwanted pounds.

10 Easy Brunch Recipes To Impress Your Guests

The Thanksgiving feast may be over, but your houseguests will still be hungry. Don't stress yourself out by being a short order cook. Most of these brunch recipes can be made in advance, and <i>all</i> of them have some serious "wow-factor."<p><b>1. Drunken Caramel French Toast</b><p>Golden caramel, buttery challah and …