Whether it's cold weather, the flu, or a lousy mood, there's nothing like the pick-me-up that a bowl of soup can provide. Instead of feasting on calorie-laden, cream-based soups, make one of these healthy
This creole/cajun classic is a hearty one-pot that hits the spot like nothing else. And, ingredients-wise, almost anything goes – just don’t stint on the sausage … Jambalaya – one of those dishes that’s
Take a hint from the Uruguayans and mix red wine and cola. Just trust us! Want to know the trick to making cheap wine drinkable and enjoyable? Just add cola. Cool Teens™ in Spain have been doing it for
The best affordable bottles, easy cocktails that'll impress literally everyone, and how to (maybe) avoid those damn hangovers. Because really this is the most useful information of all. All prices are
Juicy burgers—from beef, to turkey, to veggie—that you'll want to get on your grill right now. Fire up that grill already—it's practically begging for one of these juicy burgers to make that delightful
[Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt, Morgan Eisenberg] Walk into any Memorial Day cookout and you're likely to find burgers on the grill—few foods are as synonymous with grilling. At its heart, a great burger
[Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt, Daniel Gritzer, Vicky Wasik] Portable, infinitely variable, and just so darn satisfying, the sandwich is, in my opinion, about as close as you'll get to a perfect food.
Rembrandt may have died in 1669 but his artistic legacy lives on thanks in part to a new piece of work created with computer data, instead of the artist’s hands. Revealed in the Netherlands, ‘The Next
“Today everything exists to end in a photograph,” Susan Sontag wrote in her seminal 1977 book “On Photography.” This was something I thought about when I recently read that Google was making its one-hundred-and-forty-nine-dollar
These historical composites layered over modern day scenes showcase the timeless postcard perfection and rich narratives that flow through the streets of Paris. By combining past and present portraits
As we marvel at science’s latest extraordinary breakthrough, it’s also an opportunity to ponder what kind of thinker Albert Einstein was. Born two decades before the beginning of the 20th century, what
It's now possible to transform a skylight into a small balcony by simply opening its frame. Danish window company Velux has designed Cabrio, a dormer that's made up of two sections, each with a different
So long, fresh tomatoes and super ripe zucchini. We've moved onto some rich fall flavors now, and are craving squash, pork ragu, mushrooms, and more So long, fresh tomatoes and super-ripe zucchini. We've
Tucked high in Morocco’s Rif Mountains, the all-blue town of Chefchaouen is a calming respite from the overwhelming frenzy of Marrakech and Fez. Photographer and writer Lucy Laucht takes us on a tour Morocco's
A girl, a bird, and a big bubbling vat of hot oil. You can take the girl out of the south, but then how can you be sure she's southern? Despite growing up in East Tennessee, where people do say y'all drink
It’s like a 1970s cartoon in the best way. Each year, the Sydney Opera House hands over its iconic sails to artists who use projectors to animate a Michael-Bay-worthy explosion of colors across its skin.
Japanese photographer Takashi Kitajima captures the same Tokyo scenes in two different ways and juxtaposes them in one gorgeous composition. His series is titled Glassporthole, and it features a diffused
Watch the Transformation of NYC’s Skyline Unfold in an Elevator to the Top of the World Trade Center
Visitors to the One World Trade Center can now watch the evolution of New York City unfold before their eyes. The elevators to the observatory at the top of the building show an animated timelapse depicting
Food delivery has changed drastically since the old days of demae (trans. “to go in front of”) in Japan. Before cell phones, apps, and online ordering existed, deliverymen used a special technique for
While levitation photography is nothing new, Taiwanese-French-American photographer Mickael Jou's self-portraits of himself leaping through the air are exceptionally elegant feats of movement and grace.
Russian photographer Vadim Trunov recently captured a couple of adorable squirrels having some wintertime fun. Set in a snow-covered forest outside of Voronezh, Russia, the cute and action-packed photos