James Yowell

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Would You Live in This 86-Square-Foot Parisian "Cupboard" Apartment?

Everything is hidden in this tiny home.<p>Here's an apartment that's definitely not for the claustrophobic. In this 86-square-foot Parisian space, you'll have to sleep in a cupboard. And the bed is not the only amenity that's tucked away — a dining table, closet, and bookshelves are all found hidden …

5 Ways Hiring a Freelance Developer Can Help Your Company

Any employer in the technology field knows the importance of finding top-tier engineering and development talent. The shortage of high-quality engineers and developers means the cost of hiring full-time talent is skyrocketing. Rather than being bound to geographic restrictions (local talent) and …

The ultimate comfort food: Make the best-ever homemade ramen in 3 easy steps

Japanese-style noodle bars keep popping up everywhere, serving deliciously slurpable soups that are so much more satisfying than the dried ramen packets of our college days (and offering almost-as-instant gratification). Classic Japanese ramen soups typically follow a specific combination of broth, …

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Write or Die: the software that offers struggling authors a simple choice

This is horrible! The novelist David Nicholls says that while working on his latest book Us he used a piece of software called Write or Die, which starts to delete what you are writing if you pause for too long. “I was convinced that there was a novel in me and I had to just spew it out on to the …

Why You Should Eat Salads from Mixing Bowls

<i>As a defiant response to Sad Desk Lunches, the Food52 team works to keep our midday meals both interesting and pretty. Each week, we'll be sharing our happiest desk lunches -- and we want to see yours, too.</i><p>Lunch salads seem like a great idea. They're easy to pack, light enough to prevent that …

Neil Young's Pono: is it the future of sound?

It looks like a Toblerone but it still managed to raise $6.2m on Kickstarter, far exceeding its funding target of $800,000. This is Pono, the digital music player and download store that Neil Young has convinced heavyweight backers and the public to sink millions into. Admirably, he wants to “fix” …

One-Pot Chicken Cacciatore

<i>There are 3 million chicken recipes on the internet. We're here to show you the good ones. Win, win.</i><p><i>Today: A one-pot classic to get fall off to a cozy start.</i><p>I'm going to tell you a little behind-the-scenes Food52 secret. Know what our number one recipe search term is? It's chicken. It beats out all …

These Lunch Bowl Recipes Just Made Your Work Week Infinitely Better

The lunch slump -- it happens to all of us. Once you've eaten at every lunch spot around your office, and you've made every sandwich, soup and salad you can dream up, you're hit with a total loss of what to eat for your midday meal. Once it sets in, it's hard to shake. Nothing seems appetizing …

Empire Oyster: A Hedonistic Oyster Feast

Last weekend I was invited to the <b>Empire Oyster</b> event at the <b>Maritime Hotel</b> - a hedonistic feast of all you can eat oysters for <b>New York's Oyster Week</b>. The event was hosted by <b>Thrillist</b>, and featured restaurants such as the <b>BLT Fish Shack</b>, <b>The Blue Water Grill</b>, <b>Crave Fishbar</b>, <b>Soju Haus</b>, <b>The Liberty NYC</b>, and</b> …

Is This the Ultimate Game Day Sandwich?

Sausage and peppers join forces for one heck of a meal.<p>Visit a sports bar anywhere in the U.S. and you’ll likely find a “Philly” cheesesteak sandwich somewhere on the menu. Order said cheesesteak anywhere outside of Philly and you’ll likely have to choke down a combination of tough meat, stale …

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Parts Unknown Shanghai: Just the One-Liners

Season four of <b>Anthony Bourdain</b>'s CNN travelogue <i>Parts Unknown</i> started with a philosophical bent: "What are our expectations?" Bourdain asked over an ethereal soundtrack. "Which of the things we desire are in reach? If not now, when? And <b>will there be some left for me</b>?" The idea of uncertain future …

How An Evangelical Christian Researcher Reconciles Science With Her Faith

Climate scientist Katherine Hayhoe writes about God, climate change, and the unknown.<p><i>Editor's note: Our profile of Bill Nye [September 2014] elicited an impassioned response from readers. We received more than 100 letters, many from readers grappling with how to reconcile scientific concepts like</i> …

Braised Chicken with Capers and Parsley

4 Servings<p>White wine vinegar and capers pack tangy and briny flavors into this braise.<p>September 2012Print<p>Ingredients<p>4 tablespoons olive oil, divided<p>1 large onion, minced (1 1/2 cups)<p>4 chicken legs, drumsticks and thighs separated (about 2 pounds)<p>Kosher salt<p>1/2 cup minced flat-leaf parsley plus more …