Ken Garfinkel

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4 Vegan Recipes to Spark Your Creativity

Everyone's kitchen inspiration needs a little kick in the pants from time to time. For this reason, we're very grateful for the past week's guest editors, Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby. Their new cookbook brings together internationally inspired flavors in exciting new ways, while still remaining …


10 Recipes for a Tailgate

Technically, you've still got three weeks left of summer. That means three more weeks of weekend picnics, barbecues, and rooftop grilling extravaganzas -- except now it's tailgating season. No idea what NFL actually stands for? Can't name a college football team to save your life? No sweat. Show up …


Feast Your Eyes: Sunset Punch

<i>Each week, we'll be scanning through recipes for exceptional photos from our community, and sharing our favorites.</i><p><i>Today: This glowing punch proves that zingy, refreshing cocktails never go out of season.</i><p>Just because summer's winding down and the trees are loosening their leaves -- say it ain't so, …



'Memory Pinball' And Other Reasons You Need A Nap

We spend about one-third of our lives sleeping, but much of that function remains a mystery. <i>Weekend Edition Sunday</i> is asking some pretty fundamental, yet complicated, questions about why we do it and why we can't seem to get more of it.<p>Dr. Matthew Walker says the question of why we sleep remains …

The Mysteries Of Sleep Were Just Too Mysterious

Before he was a journalist, NPR science correspondent Joe Palca studied psychology, and focused on sleep research. He found it frustrating to study sleep: Though there are many questions about why and how we sleep, scientists have very few answers.<p>Transcript<p>RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:<p>We've been exploring …


How Sounds Undermine Sleep

Why can some people sleep through a jackhammer at the window, while others waken with the lightest whisper? Host Rachel Martin speaks to Johns Hopkins Sleep Disorders Center researcher Jeffrey Ellenbogen about his new study on how noises interrupt sleep.<p>Transcript<p>RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:<p>We're spending …

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