Use this winter workout to keep your game sharp Each spring, with a new golf season teed up, we meet players who are full of optimism about getting back out on the course but lacking in physical ability.
There’s something that feels so right about indulging in a rich brownie or a frosted, fluffy cupcake. But it’s no secret that baking staples aren’t making anyone’s superfood list. Luckily, we’ve found
With the latest technologies, the windows in your house can offer more than a pretty view. Unfortunately, you'll still have to clean them yourself. 1. Save the Birds Every year, millions of birds fly glass
Every week -- often with your help -- Food52's Senior Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius. Today: When rethinking the perfect burger, it's what's inside that There
When one combines the words "authentic" and "Italian" in the same sentence, one is bound to get in trouble; each region, each town, each family has their own way, the right way. When it comes to pasta,
An earthy and spicy mole crust give these skirt steak fajitas their distinct character. Note: An equivalent weight of flap, flank, or hanger steak can be used in place of skirt steak. Adapted from The
Note: Giardiniera is a pickled vegetable mix that can be found in Italian delis or jarred in supermarkets. If unavailable, it can be omitted. Substitute 2 to 3 seeded and stemmed pepperoncini in its place.
People blog about just about everything, so why not the massive undertaking of building your house? More and more, we're coming... As we finish planning our Small Spaces issue for next year, I was interested
Designer Jens Risom returns to his 1967 prefab off the coast of Rhode Island, readying it for his family's next generation. The designer's granddaughter muses on growing up and living with his well-loved
It’d be nice to live in a house built by a great architect, and you’d think the bigger the dwelling, the better. But as evidenced by this compact California home, sometimes a master builder can make do
The numbers are pretty grim: More than half of all 85-year-olds suffer some form of dementia. But here's the good news: Brain researchers say there are ways to boost brain power and stave off problems