Persimmon's are finally in season and they are all around us. I am a late bloomer when it comes to this overly delicious fruit and it wasn't until last year that I was introduced to them.
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Admittedly, face masks were slightly uncharted territory for me. I didn't really get into them until the past year. So when...
In our series FaceTime, a beauty street style column, we find inspiring girls around New York City and dissect their look.
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Rise of the Planet of the Apes sailed into the weekend with 80-plus percent positive rating from Rotten Tomatoes, while The Change-Up could only manage a positive rating in the low 20s.
Oh pasta: so dependable, but so quick to bore us. Here are 21 fresh and inspired pasta dishes to put (new) dinner on your table all summer.
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8 of our best burger recipes, and not all of them beef -- everything from the Classic Diner Burger to unique Shrimp Burgers with Roasted Garlic-Orange...
It's getting hot out there! We scoured the food52 archives for our favorite recipes that won't ask you to fire up an oven, stove, grill, or even a toa...
Lovely soaps and lotions aren't just for getting clean and softening your skin -- this affordable luxury can provide a brief spa-like experience every day.
As the days get longer and warmer, and winter gives way to spring, we find ourselves performing annual rituals: we put away our heavy coats, pull out ...
Across the country, we've seen that when Walmart sets up shop in poor neighborhoods, they do more harm than good. Nationally, when Walmart enters a new market, it kills three jobs for every two jobs it "creates."
To understand how good we have it now, we have to examine the drinks that have lost their appeal and then understand why it happened.
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So where do YOUR loyalties lie? East Coast or West Coast Oysters? I found a Native New Yorker who wants to share why she t...
My little girl is barely 10-months and I just love to watch her eat a strawberry, leaving her little face and fingers red and sticky! But I only give ...
Movies aren't just entertaining. Every now and then a good flick can teach you something important and transform your feelings and actions.
Most don't realize how dramatically food quality has declined under the industrial food system. They, too, often hide behind the false and misleading marketing provided by their food service company.
Death in Love, ostensibly is about the family of a Holocaust survivor (Bisset), who used sex to save her own life in the concentration camp.
Ana Joanes: When confronted with such large and complex problems, it's hard to see the meaning of small, individual actions. I embarked on the making of Fresh to recapture a sense of agency.
I am not a sushi fan. However, since many of my friends are, I have been more open to trying it out.
FRESH, which premieres this week in New York, Boston and DC, "celebrates the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are re-inventing our food system."
It is not only the pig whose pig-ness we need to respect, but the Ana-ness of Ana. By learning to respect and embrace the truth of who I am, I too can find my place and role in this world.
The food choices we make have the biggest impact on our planet. Shop and eat locally and seasonally to cut down on the distance our food travels.
As an eco-raw food chef and author, folks often ask me what I eat. I'll show you here what I ate yesterday, and you'll see it's hardly carrot sticks and celery.
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