Simple stir-fried pork with snappy green beans is a great weeknight meal. [Photographs: Shao Z.] Pork loves sweet, snappy counterparts—think pulled pork and cole slaw, or pork chops with sautéed apples.
[Photograph: Robyn Lee] Spring is rolling in—trees and flowers are beginning to bloom, the weather is warming up, and finally some fresh produce is joining the potatoes, carrots, and cabbages in the market.
A collection of great tofu recipes, from stews and stir-fries to dips, on the grill, and in beignets We love tofu. There, we said it. (Again.) Bean curd—whether bouncy firm, dribblingly soft, or somewhere
Diaries: you get one as a Christmas present, start writing it, and continue for, oh, a few days more or less than you go to the gym for the new year. Then you give it up, along with that new dietary regime.
I was fascinated by an article dated January 4, 2014 in the Science section of The Independent, a British newspaper. The article noted research done at Emory University. It revealed that reading a gripping
If you're not already a physicist, you need to mentally prepare yourself for MIT professor Max Tegmark's explanation of how our entire universe isn't just described by math, but is math. Scientific American
I've been reading some advice from successful writers lately and exploring what their routines are like to see what I can learn about them. Here are six of the most common pieces of advice I came across
In Gustave Flaubert's great novel, Madame Bovary, the tragic heroine Emma is waiting at a grand house for a ball to begin when she is overwhelmed by a memory of childhood: She saw the farm again, the pond,
The New York Public Library has compiled a list of what it considers the top 25 books that changed the course of history. The list was compiled by Miriam Tuliao, the library’s assistant director of selection,