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Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining, Restaurants

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This is a sponsored paid for by an advertiser; conceived and produced by Serious Eats. Read more about our advertising policy here.<p>Join <b>Patrón Social Club</b> for a chance to attend!<p>They've hosted chefs including Rick Bayless and Marcus Samuelsson; they've held dinners on center field at Busch Stadium …

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Additive Refab: Old House Infilled with Minimalist Modules

New houses give architects a blank slate to work with, but a far more common question is: what does one do with an existing structure and limited …

In Season: David Rotter's Pickled Pineapple

Europe first encountered this wacky-looking New World fruit in 1493 when Columbus presented one to the Spanish royal court, but for centuries …

The Crazy Amount Of Sugar Hiding In Random Foods

Sure there's a lot of sugar in Coke, but baked beans??

5 Foods to Spring Clean Your Diet

<b>5 Foods to Spring Clean Your Diet</b><p>The long days and mild weather are making me crave change. Beyond buying new pillows for my living room (maybe a …

Vegetarian: Spicy Rice Noodle Salad with Cabbage and Tofu

Although spring officially started more than two weeks ago, it's only just beginning to feel like winter might be ending. But today, in my neck of the woods, the sun shone, the breeze lacked the bite it's had for months, and it finally seemed possible that the retirement of my winter coat might be …

New Orleans chefs give traditional cuisine an updated makeover

It only took five minutes for my mouth to salivate and stomach to rumble after the plane touched down. New Orleans, arguably America’s most historic culinary capital, will do that to you. Brassy billboards advertise mahogany-hued gumbo and shrimp ‘n grits long before the French Quarter — within a …

School Lunch Project: Black Bean & Sweet Potato Burritos

<b>Do you find yourself throwing away small portions of leftovers because you couldn't figure out what to do with them?</b> I know I used to!<p>You see, It was just a couple of years ago that I decided to "get with the program" and made it a priority to feed my family quality, nutritional food.<p>There seems to …

Artist Hong Yi Plays with her Food for 30 Days | Colossal

<p>For almost every day last month Malaysian artist/architect Hong Yi (who often goes by the nickname Red) created a fun illustration made with common …

South Africa's Cape Winelands Provide Perfect Day Trip From Cape Town

Miners in South Africa made international headlines last year for their protests demanding higher pay. I'm considering heading back to South Africa to join a new protest that's brewing over tolls the South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) wants to charge on highways from Cape Town to the Cape …

8 Countries Where It's Dangerous For Women To Travel

We've seen an alarming number of stories about sex attacks on female travelers in recent weeks, from a Swiss tourist who was gang-raped in India to an American student who was raped in a van in Rio de Janeiro.<p>It doesn't mean that women shouldn't visit foreign places or that no parts of those …

Highlights of Le Marche's cuisine

One of Italy's hidden gems is the Le Marche region, which has historically played third fiddle to its more popular neighbours, Tuscany and Umbria. Much of the region remains relatively tourist-free and unknown, including its deeply traditional food – blessed with bounty from the mountains, farmland …

Best Breakfasts Around The World (PHOTOS)

Maple-bacon biscuits. Chocolate-dipped donuts. A lavish spread of eggs. Is there any meal more comforting than breakfast?<p>Whatever time zone you wake up in, the best breakfasts will brighten your mood, fortify you for the day, and give you a taste of daily life in that destination. Our short list of …

Shopper’s Diary: Lila B. Design in San Francisco

Sitting behind a large but unassuming rolling door in an old commercial laundry building in the Mission District of San Francisco is Baylor Chapman’s …

DIY: An Instant Carpet of Snowdrops

Next year’s snowdrops? Get them now. Even before the snow melts, they spread with gay abandon and can be transplanted while in bloom. (Does this …

Spring Comes to Manhattan, Upper East Side Edition

What could have possessed Edith Wharton to call New York CIty’s brownstones “drab”? We know two flowering cherry trees that would politely beg to …

5 Favorites: Bathroom as Garden

With spring officially under way as of today, we can’t think about anything except gardens—indoors as well as out. Why not in the bathroom, where the …

DIY: The Ultimate Disguise

In the springtime, muscari–also known as grape hyacinth–can be spotted around the base of nearly every tree in my Brooklyn neighborhood. A florist’s …

Tag: Garden Visits

The Cult of the Courtyard: 10 Backyard Ideas for Small Spaces<p>by Meredith Swinehart<p>Landscape Revival: A Secluded, Historic 1920s Estate in Santa …

5 Quick Fixes: In-Counter Compost Solutions

Confession: I am a reluctant composter. I know, I know. My impulse is to scrape the dinner plates into the sink, whirl the disposal, and be done with …

A Secret Garden: Glorious Springtime in the Berkshires

We love to peek inside readers’ secret gardens, and over the past few months we’ve seen amazing things: giant topiary ladies wearing Toulouse Lautrec …

Thai Chicken Quinoa

5<p><i>5 / 5 (2 Reviews)</i><p><i>Did you make this recipe?</i> Leave a review »<p>Thai Chicken Quinoa Bowl<p><b>Yield:</b> serves 2<p><b>Total Time:</b><p>30 minutes<p>Ingredients:<p>1/2 cup uncooked …