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Hopeless romantics and literary aficionados have been swooning over Jane Austen’s writing for more than two centuries. In fact, devoted Janeites (yes, that is the technical term for Austen fans) are known
By Claire Saffitz At restaurants, those noodles get coated in a silky, glossy sauce—the secret is an emulsion of fat, pasta water, and cheese. Here are the 5 key steps to replicating that at home. There's
Jalapeño and honey chevre, we can’t quit you. As someone who writes about cheese for a living, I’m lucky to eat some of the best cheeses in the world. But despite the perks of the job, my local cheesemonger
Assistant food editor Amelia Rampe explains why Filipino chicken adobo is the greatest recipe of all time and how to make it. You know those recipes we hold near and dear to our hearts because they really
Chade-Meng Tan, a former engineer, joined Google in 2000 as employee number 107. Though he played an instrumental role in building Google’s mobile search function, among other technological feats, he’s
A group of researchers from Stanford has created a tool that could help make that decision much easier. It's a two-part test that they say could one day help predict — with striking accuracy — if someone
Some audiobooks — especially the classics — are read by famous actors: Nicole Kidman narrates Virginia Woolf’s “To the Lighthouse,” Samuel L. Jackson reads Chester Himes’ “A Rage in Harlem,” and Jeremy
a2ua.com As Jews, when our children intermarry, there are two questions we are repeatedly asked. Subtly or not so subtly. To our face or behind our backs. Will they be raising their future children Jewish?
My mother refused to speak to me for almost 10 years from my early 30s. Unravelling, I sought a cure by talking. I would appear at my therapist’s on Tuesdays at 9am prompt, clad in skirt, heels and full
I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to get into that fall feeling. The PSL is back and the autumn equinox will soon be here, so let’s get into the season a wee bit early (and add a new recipe to your
Summer reading is great, but there's nothing better than getting that first pumpkin latte of the season and curling up with a good book. I'm Brenda Janowitz, author of The Dinner Party, and I'm here to
Hit the roads less traveled. When it comes to your vacation, most people seek out places they've seen on TV or have heard about from friends and family. Fair enough. Now, let us introduce you to 40 unsung
As a nation, we’re all feeling a little anxious right now. In the uncertain days following the Brexit vote, Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, warned that “economic post-traumatic stress” might
I've always thought of myself as relatively clean and organized — I shower daily, launder weekly, and make it a point to never leave food wrappers or dirty dishes lying about. Impressive, no? And yet.