Randell Hollingsworth

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How to Enjoy a Salad - Make Vietnamese Summer Rolls

In Vietnam, where <i>gỏi cuốn</i> originates (literal translation: salad roll), every city, every region has their own version of filling wrapped in rice …

The 2015 food trends that are worth your attention

What will be on our plates in 2015? From freekeh to fat, Diana Henry predicts the year's hottest food trends<p>What food-related question makes my heart sink? It is not "Are Paul Hollywood’s eyes that blue in real life?" or ‘What is the best spiralizer to buy?’ but this: "Is it in?" The questioner …

Best of the Hotline: How to Clean an Enameled Cast Iron Pot

<i>Some questions on the Hotline have staying power, and for good reason -- they cover the questions we ask ourselves time and time again. Join us as we revisit some of the most popular.</i><p><i>Today: We've all been there -- kitchen mishaps happen. Here are the best ways to clean your Le Creuset and other</i> …

Farmers Market

How to Twist Pretzels

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Our 43 Best Christmas Breakfast and Brunch Recipes

One of our favorite things about Christmas morning is the feast that follows (or precedes) gift opening. If you're wondering what should fill your …

How An Undercover Investigator Smuggled Heroin Into America's Second-Largest Jail

An undercover investigator posing as a guard at the country’s second-largest jail was able to easily smuggle $22,000 worth of contraband into the facility on multiple occasions, a new report reveals.<p>The report, released Thursday by the New York City Department of Investigations, exposes what the …

Why Dyson's robot vacuum took 16 years, and why it's headed to Japan first

Dyson almost launched a robot vacuum. Back in 2001, after three years in development. Its first effort, shown to the British public in London looked nothing (and we mean nothing) like the eventual 360 Eye unveiled today. Sixteen years is a long time in tech. The DC06, as it was called, never made …