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This dish is about perception: it looks like it takes much more time and training than it actually does. That's because the ingredients do a lot of the work for you. As the prosciutto browns, it crisps
How do you like your eggs? Perhaps one of the most-frequently asked questions when it comes to food, whether you're out to brunch or cooking at home, especially if it's the morning after. Scrambled? Sunny-side
Unlike most of us, chefs know how to whip up a remedy fast. It happens, even to—some would say, especially to—culinary experts. Chefs keep weird hours. The work is hard and the nights are late. Plus there's
"The common conception with citrus drinks is that they're overwhelmingly sweet, but this drink is definitely conceived for someone who would enjoy something like a whiskey on the rocks or a straight liquor
In which we acknowledge the recent surge in popularity of the 130-year-old drink, establish guidelines for making it, and offer a few ways to mess with the formula. Published in the February 2013 issue
If you thought you had to have a green thumb and lots of space to garden, think again. Greenery abounds at this urban oasis in Hanoi. Check out this list of furnishings and accoutrements for the beach,
Those of you who are seeking investing enlightenment are not going to find much of it on the web. I suggest you log off, power down your computer, and read some books. Take your time. The months you spend
It’s like the fashion equivalent of SPAM, but way more elegant. Designer Victoria Ledig has made a collection of handbags using the parts of the cow that are usually discarded by leather manufacturers.
“There are only two important people in the wine business—the winemaker and the wine drinker. Right now, they’re both getting screwed.” Rowan Gormley doesn’t mince words. The founder of Naked Wines, part
Cleared is a photo series by formally trained engineer and mathematician Adam Summers that offers a new way of viewing marine life. The scientific photographer, who has always been fascinated with biology,
If you’re like me, you are scrambling last minute to get your friends and family the latest tech gifts. You might be thinking about a new tablet, an iPad, game console, 2 in 1, or maybe even a smart watch.
Long have I nursed a healthy contempt for the aid industry. As I spent much of a decade wandering around the planet, taking local public transit through poor and/or unstable nations1, I kept encountering
With the setting of the sun this past Labor Day, summer came to a close, meaning we'll be spending less time on beaches and more time kicking back in our armchairs — which isn't a bad thing. Armchairs