Sarah Turner

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Vegan Dessert Recipes That Even Butter Lovers Will Crave

Going vegan can seem like a daunting commitment -- no milk? No eggs? No BUTTER? But, thankfully, there is one thing you definitely don't have to give up on as a vegan: Dessert. Ice cream, cakes, pies and cookies are still all very possible (and 100 percent delicious) on this animal-friendly …

Dry-Fried Green Beans from 'The Chinese Takeout Cookbook'

There's something magical about the way green beans puff and wrinkle in shimmering oil. In my opinion, there's no better way to prepare the humble string bean. <b>Diana Kuan's</b> dry-fried green beans in <i>The Chinese Takeout Cookbook</i> are less embellished than versions seen at Chinese restaurants; she keeps …

How To Make Cauliflower Taste Good

Even veggie haters can get down with Parmesan bread crumbs.<p><b>I make this on nights when I want a crunchy and simple side dish. It's one of those recipes that allows you spice to your mood. It takes about an hour, so I pour a little white wine, envision myself as today's version of the Galloping</b> …

Giant Chocolate Chip Cookies

This classic recipe is always a hit with the family.

Boil Them Cabbage Down. (Or Not.)

I'm now three months into my CSA share, and while summer produce is still hanging on, I'm getting a few cooler weather staples now, like apples and …

Poached Eggs With Sauteed Spinach & Mushrooms

For those of you who know a little about me, even just a little, you have probably heard me say many times that I don't eat breakfast. And it's true. …

Meatless Monday: Roasted Cauliflower

<b>Meatless Monday is a global movement, a way of life</b><b>.</b> It’s not a campaign to turn everyone in the world vegetarian or vegan; in fact, many involved <i>are</i> …

How Not to Feel Hungry When You're Fasting for Yom Kippur (or Anything Else)

Fasting, whether for religious or health reasons, can be difficult—even for Bon Appétit editors. Here's how Andrew Knowlton and Julia Kramer make it through<p>Between Yom Kippur and the impending holiday meal season, there are many reasons to consider fasting. Some find it a good way to recalibrate …

Emma Christensen tried Mark Bittman's #VB6 Diet, and here's how It went - http://bit.ly/14SjcA0

Finalists: Your Best Quinoa Recipe

<i>For our latest contest, we've partnered with the only people we can imagine doing a quinoa contest with: Bob's Red Mill. (If they don't know grains, then we don't know who does.)</i><p><i>Today: The finalists are in, and we want to know -- which recipe is your pick for Your Best Quinoa Recipe?</i><p>We've tested …

The 17 Day Diet Cookbook

• <b>Author:</b> Dr. Mike Moreno<p>Based on the <i>New York Times</i> bestselling book and revolutionary diet program that has swept the nation, a collection of easy, delicious, and healthy recipes that will help readers lose weight fast, and keep it off.<p>The #1 bestselling 17 Day Diet offers a lifetime plan for …

Fall 2013 Guide to New York City

Like the classic Frank Sinatra hit asks, "Autumn in New York… why does it seem so inviting?" New Yorkers like to chalk up the city’s third-quarter …

6 Great Spots in Europe to Visit During Shoulder Season

Imagine... traveling to Europe when the crowds are thin, the weather is pleasant, and the costs are slashed. Don't think it exists? It does. Europe's shoulder seasons -- that beautiful time of year when the temperatures begin their climb upwards or slow descent down, the water is that perfect …

European Travel

13 moments of culture shock for the first-time American traveler

MY FIRST TIME ABROAD, I knew things were going to be different the moment I saw my European host dad strip down to a speedo tighter than my bikini …

Foreign Policy

21 things that suck about living in New York (and 5 that make it worth it)

(via)<p>Whether it’s getting down to the subway or going up to your friend’s apartment in a building built in the ’30s, elevators in New York are sus as …

8 Reasons to Drop Everything & Visit Maldives Right Now — Vagabondish

This post may contain affiliate links. Read our disclosure.<p>Every destination promises “something for everyone”, but let’s be honest: <i>that’s almost</i> …

Indian Ocean

Top Travel Tips: Your Survival Guide

You wouldn't go tramping off into the Adirondacks without your all-weather Hilleberg tent, REI Igneo sleeping bag, and Asolo hiking books. Likewise, you wouldn't dream of jetting to St. Barths without your Céline sunglasses and Etro caftans. Essentials are just that -- essential, and usually quite …

Three Reasons I Love Traveling Alone

For me, the most frustrating part about traveling alone used to come at the end of the day, when I’d call my beau at home. “How was Machu Picchu? I saw your tweet and it looked incredible,” he’d say, eager for a full rundown. I would have absolutely loved it if he could have been there with me in …

Top adventures in Laos

With its dense forests, limestone caves and endless waterways, Laos is a dream destination for intrepid travellers seeking an off-the-beaten-track corner of Asia.<p>Whether it's kayaking, cycling, rock climbing, ziplining between tree houses or exploring temple ruins – you can choose your own …

Laos

The best places to swim with whale sharks

Swimming alongside the largest fish in the sea is one of the ultimate bucket-list experiences. Lucky, then, that there are a handful of destinations around the world where in-season sightings of whale sharks are almost guaranteed.<p>Remember: keep a respectful distance from the gentle giants, …

Scuba Diving

7 Hawaiian Legends Not To Be Ignored

Visiting Hawaii and experience something strange? Maybe you heard the distant and eerie sound of an army marching or maybe your rental car broke down randomly on the Pali highway. Or maybe the strange experiences started once you got home, when you displayed your lava rock souvenir proudly on your …

Europe's Most Beautifully Precarious Villages

Europe is home to some of the world's most enchanting villages; small, rustic towns where time seems to slow down and travelers can explore narrow streets, ancient buildings, and farm-fresh country taverns to really soak up the local flavor. Europe is also home to some of the most unusual villages …

Italian Riviera

20 free things to do in Amsterdam

It's easy to spend a fortune in the Netherlands' stylish capital, but the city has plenty of gratis goodies up for grabs.<p>Check out our pick of the freebies on offer.<p><b>1. Canal Ring</b><p>More canals flow in Amsterdam than in Venice, and get this: the 400-year-old waterways are a UNESCO World Heritage site. …

European Travel

Where to Eat in San Diego Now

If the imaginative, farm-sourced fare at this eclectic collection of San Diego restaurants gives any indication of what's on offer state-wide, then …

Top 10 Ways to Enjoy an Autumn Walk

Autumn is prime time for enjoying walks. The days are cooler, the colors are intense, and you can enjoy the bounty of the harvest season. You can get …

Booker’s New York City

Traveler of the Year <b>Booker Mitchell</b> was close to celebrating his fourth birthday when 9/11 happened. “Millions call New York City home, and while no one personally knows even a percentage of the population, we unite at times when it matters most and act locally like any other small town in the …