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Sunday Strategist: A Week of Healthy Dinners—March 26-30

Every Sunday, we publish a week of Cooking Light dinner plans filled with our favorite recipes—both from current issues and classics. Each meal is …

Cooking

Purée of Sweet Potato & Ginger Soup with Apple-Mint Raita

Recipes

Four Edmonton restaurants crack list of top 100 outdoor dining spots in Canada | The Star

EDMONTON—With around 17 hours of non-stop sunshine on the longest day of the year, the patios in Alberta’s capital are usually packed this time of …

List-Worthy

A Definitive Ranking of the Novels of Ursula K. Le Guin

I’ve long referred to Ursula K. Le Guin my literary grandmother, a polestar of my understanding of fiction, fantasy, and the world itself. When I …

Books

Fantastic Black Bean Chili Recipe

"I never knew what I was missing until my mother-in-law made this! Everyone begged her for the recipe. A nice and easy way to feed a crowd. Thanks to …

Getting From Frankfurt to Cologne

If you want to travel from Frankfurt to Cologne (Köln) or vice versa, you have several options; fly, drive or take the train. Here is an overview of …

Trains

Summer Pasta Recipes That Will Be The Most Popular Dish On the Table, Guaranteed

FYI, your sister-in-law is going to want the recipe.<p>When the summer months hit we’re always game to lighten up. Whether we’re talking our hair color, …

Cooking

Mouthwatering Marinated Tomatoes

This makes a flavorful Tomato Vinaigrette for adding to all types of salads, but it really shines in our Spaghetti with Marinated Tomatoes and …

Cooking

Marveling at a Templar Church in Tomar, Portugal

In this clip, I marvel happily about “discovering” something new — after all these years of travel.<p>It’s Day 56 of my 100-day trip to Europe, and I’m …

European Travel

Cajun Dirty Rice Recipe

"One of our family's all-time favorites. Make it as spicy or mild as you please. It is hearty on a cold winter's night. If you are cooking for a …

Food

Walking the City with Jane: An Illustrated Celebration of Jane Jacobs and Her Legacy of Livable Cities

How a woman of great courage and great humanity changed the way we build cities, taught communities to stand up for themselves, and inspired generations to look up.<p><i>“Every walk is a sort of crusade,”</i> Henry David Thoreau proclaimed in his manifesto for the spiritual rewards of sauntering. But it was …

Urban Design

26 After-School Snacks That Won’t Spoil Dinner

Tide your kids over until dinner with these yummy after-school snacks. Each recipe is child-approved and not too filling to spoil any …

Healthy Eating

Make This Cucumber Salad for Easy Summer Lunches — Delicious Links

<i>Kitchn's</i> <i>Delicious Links</i><i> column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our …

Healthy Eating

Sylvia Plath’s Magic Mirror

ON NOVEMBER 20, 1962, three months before her death, Sylvia Plath was living in Devon, England, when she wrote to her college benefactress and mentor …

Literature

What's Going On In Your Child's Brain When You Read Them A Story?

"I want The Three Bears!"<p>These days parents, caregivers and teachers have lots of options when it comes to fulfilling that request. You can read a picture book, put on a cartoon, play an audiobook, or even ask Alexa.<p>A newly published study gives some insight into what may be happening inside young …

The Brain

Pythagoras on the Purpose of Life and the Meaning of Wisdom

Abiding insight into the aim of human existence from the man who revolutionized science and coined the word “philosopher.”<p>The Greek polymath <b>Pythagoras</b> (c. 570–c. 495 BC) ignited the golden age of mathematics with the development of numerical logic and the discovery of his namesake theorem of …

Greek Philosophy

Julian Barnes on William Trevor's final stories – a master of the short form

Trevor does not make a point of being demanding or obscure; but he is very subtle<p>William Trevor is one major writer about whose life I know only odd scraps; yet this feels appropriate. I know that he was of southern Irish Protestant stock; that his real name was Trevor Cox; that he worked in the …

Literature

Recipe: Easy Grilled Pork Chops with Sweet & Tangy Mustard Glaze — Recipes from The Kitchn

A perk of living in the South is the year-round grilling weather. Once springtime hits, you know dinner is coming from the grill. While a fair share …

BBQ

This illustrated collection of Ursula K. Le Guin’s Earthsea books finally does the series justice

The illustrated collection of Earthsea novels was a painstaking collaboration and one of the legendary author’s final projects<p>Fifty years ago, science fiction author Ursula K. Le Guin released <i>A Wizard of Earthsea</i>, the first installment of a well-lauded and influential fantasy series. Sadly, Le Guin …

Pioneering Mathematician G.H. Hardy on the Noblest Existential Ambition and How We Find Our Purpose

“If a man has any genuine talent he should be ready to make almost any sacrifice in order to cultivate it to the full.”<p><i>“Resign yourself to the lifelong sadness that comes from never ­being satisfied,”</i> Zadie Smith counseled in the tenth of her ten rules of writing — a tenet that applies with equally …

Idealism

Tis the Season for Julia Child’s Trademark Vinaigrette

Julia Child once said: “The perfect vinaigrette is so easy to make that I see no reason whatsoever for bottled dressings.”<p>Once again, we can’t help …

Julia Child

Make This Lemon Chicken Pasta Salad ASAP

When you hear the words "pasta salad," what comes to mind? If it's a sad, flavorless bowl of mayo-dressed noodles, know that this recipe is far from …

Watermelon Farro Salad

In a bowl, toss watermelon, farro, 1/4 cup mint leaves, feta, half the juice and zest (if desired), and olive oil. Season with salt and pepper. …

Capitalism is unfolding exactly as Karl Marx predicted

One hundred and sixty years ago, at a time when the light bulb was not yet invented, Karl Marx predicted that robots would replace humans in the workplace.<p>“[O]nce adopted into the production process of capital, the means of labor passes through different metamorphoses, whose culmination is the …

Globalization

Roasted Radishes Are About to Become Your New Favorite Side Dish

You’re probably used to eating radishes raw in salads, or maybe even served with butter and flaky salt as a classic snack. But it may surprise you …

33 Kitchen Products For Anyone Who Basically Has No Cabinet Space

Defeat your no-storage woes with roll-up drying racks, pull-down spice racks, and more clever organizers.<p><i>We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items</i> …

Neil Gaiman Announces New Book with Chris Riddell

Neil Gaiman is teaming up with illustrator Chris Riddell for a book about art. • facebook <br>• twitter <br>• google+ <br>• tumblr <br>News Kayti Burt Neil GaimanMay 3, …

Esperanza Spalding Performs William Blake’s Short Existential Poem “The Fly”

A centuries-old, timeless meditation on chance, suffering, and the improbable glory of life.<p>All artists know that the deeply personal is the only real gateway to the universal; that we are only free to see to the farthest horizons after we have closely examined our most intimate landscapes. Some …

Stunning, Sensual Illustrations for a Rare 1913 Edition of Walt Whitman’s ‘Leaves of Grass’ by English Artist Margaret C. Cook

“Thoughts, silent thoughts, of Time and Space and Death…”<p>When thirty-six-year-old Walt Whitman self-published <i>Leaves of Grass</i> in the summer of 1855, having poured the whole of his being into this unusual and daring labor of love, it fell upon unreceptive and downright hostile ears — a rejection that …

Prague & the Czech Republic - Prague

Prague & the Czech Republic - Prague (PDF Chapter)<p>This is the Prague chapter from Lonely Planet’s <i>Prague & the Czech Republic</i> guidebook.<p>Prague is a gem of a city which stands proudly beside icons like Rome, Amsterdam and London. Summer crowds can’t detract from the spectacle of a 14th-century stone …