Silvia Poldaru

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Put an Egg on It: 32 Grain Bowls for Lunchtime and Anytime

The quickest, easiest one-bowl meal we can think of is a grain bowl. Here are our favorites to make for lunch time—or, anytime. Did we mention they taste great as leftovers too?<p><b>Our love for grain bowls knows no bounds.</b> Composed of, well, grain—rice, farro, barley, quinoa, kamut, you name it—and …

Healthy Eating

29 Chorizo Recipes Because It Makes Everything Taste Better

We love chorizo, and these 29 recipes prove it.<p><b>Chorizo might have to be a favorite</b> when it comes to cured meats if we were forced to choose. Here are all of our favorite chorizo recipes.

Make Overnight Oats That Actually Taste Good by Avoiding These Common Mistakes

Faster, faster, faster! Make a better breakfast in a hurry by perfecting the art of overnight oats.<p>When it comes to fast, healthy breakfast options, it's hard to beat overnight oats. They're the ultimate big-batch food, meaning they easily double, triple, and quadruple in scale—and they get better …

Pan-Roasted Chicken with Harissa Chickpeas

4 Servings<p>Active Time: 20 min<p>Total Time: 45 min<p>Harissa is a great shortcut ingredient to flavor, but no two jars (or tubes) are the same. Taste first—if it seems very spicy, use a bit less. You can always stir more into the chickpeas when the dish is finished. Learn how to make this recipe and more …

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Scotch Eggs, Made at Home

<i>It's</i> always <i>more fun to DIY. Every week, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home.</i><p><i>Today: Molly Yeh from my name is yeh guides us, step by step, to Scotch egg heaven.</i><p>Until very recently, Scotch eggs were like unicorns. Even though I …

Using Innovative Paint Splashes & High Speed Photography for Stunning Results

What happens when you give an artistic scientist a camera? Fabian Oefner, who we featured in a previous article, shows us in this peek into his …

Jackson Pollock

How to Make a Timpano, Big Night-Style

<i>Once you've perfected basic techniques like frying an egg and cooking rice, it's time to move on to those things that may have initially scared you off. Every other Monday, chef</i> <i>Camille Becerra</i> <i>is going beyond the basics to help us tackle even the scariest cooking techniques.</i><p><i>Today: Spend an afternoon</i> …

The Power of Black & White

If you read my articles about long exposure photography and intentional camera movement in the landscape you may have noticed a common theme amongst …

How to Photograph Strangers: The 100 Strangers Project

A Guest submission by Matt John Robinson The First Stranger Taking the portrait of a person whom you’ve just met moments before is one of the most …

crispy potato roast

I fell for a photo this week. It was on marthastewart.com and it looked like an accordion, or maybe a Slinky, of thinly sliced, crisped potatoes and …

dobos torte

Last week, when it was ninety million degrees in New York City and all the sane people were cracking open fire hydrants, grilling on their roof decks …

chocolate swirl buns

A few years ago, I conquered one of what has to be one of the seven wonders of my culinary world, chocolate babka. Babka, if you’re new to it, poor …

spaghetti with broccoli cream pesto

Surely, you didn’t think I was going to stop my hasty populating of the broccoli archives with just one new recipe, right? I mean, sure, the slaw is …

italian stuffed cabbage

Prior to November, what I knew of stuffed cabbage rolls were limited to the Jewish/Eastern European variety, which I make the way my mother-in-law …

Breaking Down the Creative Process

What we refer to as the creative process can be broken down into four distinct stages-- Preparation, Incubation, Illumination, and Implementation.

How to throw away less food – and less money

Savvy Shopper: We bin food worth £700 a year on average, so how can we waste less?<p>Each year, British households throw away more than seven million tons of food. That's the equivalent of filling Wembley Stadium nine times with the contents of our rubbish bins.<p>If that wasn't bad enough, more than two …

From Butternut Squash to Faux Pho, Soups to Make This Season

From butternut squash to ramen to Thai chicken, here are over 30 soups that will keep you warm this winter<p>We have a remedy for your inevitable cold-weather depression: make soup. You might be thinking, <i>nothing will cure my Seasonal Affective Disorder, not even chicken soup.</i> But have you tried our …

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Maroon 5 Seeks Out Photo, Ends Up Launching Teenager’s Photography Career

Fame and fortune. They make good fodder for daydreams, but they aren’t in the futures of most photographers. Most of us are happy to receive a few …

Sands of time: Marc Wilson's ghostly relics of the second world war

The second world war is still on our minds. Every year, another television documentary, another funeral of a war veteran. Remembrance of the war doesn't fade over the years. If anything, the recognition of it increases.<p>VE (Victory in Europe) Day happened on 8 May 1945. Sixty-eight years on, some of …

No-Bake Chocolatey Cocoa Puffs® Cheesecake Recipe

This post was created in partnership with Hello Cereal Lovers<p>Ingredients8 1/2 cups Cocoa Puffs® cereal (about 1 box), divided1/8 teaspoon salt10 tablespoons (5 ounces) unsalted butter, melted3/4 cup heavy cream, divided, cold3 (8-ounce) packages cream cheese, softened1 1/2 cups (6 ounces) …