Donna Michelle Duff

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Best-Ever Potato and Leek Soup

This potato and leek soup from Andrew Zimmern is a riff on the classic vichyssoise and makes a large batch perfect for freezing.<p>Yes, I know, this is …

Five Easy Indian Dishes That Anyone Can Make

Blogger Nik Sharma of A Brown Table shares his favorite chicken curry and a pumpkin recipe with Indian flavor.<p><i>Here, the blogs you should be reading</i> …

This Virtual Green Thumb Will Keep Your Plants Alive

In a perfect world, your plants would be able to tell you exactly what they need—which is the idea behind a new product called the Edyn Garden Sensor.<p>…

11 Ways to Upgrade Lasagna

This baked pasta dish is the quintessential way to serve a crowd.<p>Celebrate National Lasagna Day with these 11 creative versions.<p>Forget purists, with …

Irish Country Bread

Andrew Zimmern discovered this "mind-blowing" bread recipe on a recent trip to Ireland.<p>Last summer I spent a week in Ireland, mostly in and around …

Why a Swordfish’s Sword Doesn’t Break

Wildlife<p><b>A swordfish’s “sword” is its most prominent feature, but scientists have only now discovered the unusual properties that keep the sword strong and ready to slash.</b><p>A study published Monday in the <i>Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences</i> reveals that the fish have an unusual way to …

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5 Things Your Parents Taught You That Are Totally Wrong

These familiar warnings just don't pan out<p>When you were a kid, your mom and dad dispensed plenty of wisdom that still checks out, like “don’t forget to wear clean underwear every day.” (Thanks for that one, guys.) Not every piece of parental advice holds up, though. Here are five classic warnings …