We asked for nominations for "most misused word or phrase," and they came pouring in. Weekend Edition listeners and NPR.org readers have many gripes about the grammar gaffes they see and hear every day.
Author Notes: Brussels sprouts are a popular side dish this time of year, and I love to pair sweet ingredients with their lightly bitter tang. This side is easy, very satisfying, and a great way to combine
There’s no formula for coming up with a great idea. Some originate from past experiences, others from a void in the marketplace, and in the case of fashion powerhouse Áslaug Magnúsdóttir, from a non-waking
You can blame the economic downturn as well as the rise of competing casinos in neighboring states. Hurricane Sandy didn't help either. The casinos were ordered to remain closed for almost five full days,
Every other Thursday, we bring you Nicholas Day -- on cooking for children, and with children, and despite children. Also, occasionally, on top of. Today: Nicholas resolves to feed his children too much
This quiche is a filling meal, studded with soft potatoes and tart goat cheese that will keep you satisfied but won't have you retiring to the couch to recover. Ingredients 1 recipe pie crust (for single
Every week, we’re unearthing Heirloom Recipes -- dishes that have made their way from one generation's kitchen to the next. Today: Laura Wright of The First Mess makes a hearty and reviving winter soup.
Get your taste buds ready for some vegan amazingness Warning: Food cravings are about to kick in. You can thank Post Punk Kitchen’s Isa Chandra Moskowitz. In her just-released cookbook, Isa Does It, and
Get your clicking finger at the ready. Shopping online can mean wading through endless Google Shopping results, or scrolling through old-faithfuls like ASOS and Zara without knowing where else to turn.
Warm up your weeknights with quick and comforting winter meals, like golden spiced chicken and skillet-fried sausages with seared apples Warm up your weeknights with quick and comforting winter meals,
Every week we get Down & Dirty, in which we break down our favorite unique seasonal fruits, vegetables, and more. Today: "To eat the leek" used to mean to retract something you've said, but you'll want
[Photographs: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] Another year of The Vegan Experience has come to a close, but that doesn't mean the wonderful recipes have to disappear for the rest of the year. Here are all 60 of my
Note: For the 32 days between February 1st and March 4th, I'm adopting a completely vegan lifestyle. Every weekday I'll be updating my progress with a diary entry and a recipe. For past posts, check here!
Note: Curry is just as good the next day. Just keep it separate from the rice and garnish with cilantro when you're ready to serve. Don't like shrimp? Swap it out for your preferred protein or vegetables