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What Caterers Really Think About Your "Special Requests"

In their new book Hotbox: Inside Catering, the Food World's Riskiest Business (Henry Holt and Company, 2019), brothers Matt Lee and Ted Lee expose the tumultuous spectacle behind high-end catering and its demanding clients. Below is a chapter excerpt, originally published as "No Mi...

What's the Deal With the Keto Diet?

Peruse the aisles of Whole Foods, or the menu at your local smoothie shop, or the mosaics of health and wellness Instagram, and you’re likely to come across the word “keto”. Short for ketogenic diet, keto is a low-carb, high-fat diet in which up to 90% of your daily caloric intake comes ...

A Make-Ahead Rice Bowl With 2 Little Secrets for Big Flavor

There's so much more to pesto than just pasta. We're partnering with Filippo Berio to share one of our new favorite ways to cook with it: a pesto brown rice bowl. Everyday, right around noon, I am hit with a wave of indecision. What am I going to eat? This uncertainty is temporary and on...

Vegetarian One-Pot Pastas You Can Zip Through in 20 Minutes

It is truly no secret that I love pasta—I mean, really love it. I eat it at least twice, sometimes three times, a week. My last meal on this planet would definitely, without a single doubt, be a big plate of whole-wheat spaghetti (don't @ me), drenched in Marcella Hazan's iconi...

5 Tips for Better Flower Arrangements at Any Budget or Skill Level

My favorite part of spring is the vibrant flowers that start popping up everywhere you look. Maybe they’re along your street, or in your garden—but you can also find brilliant spring blooms at the grocery store and farmers market. If you want to bring the joy of spring indoors, a fresh flower ar...

19 Genius Mother's Day Brunch Recipes (Because She's the Best)

With Genius Recipes correspondent Kristen off for a few months trying to raise a genius newborn, we’re revisiting the column’s Greatest Hits with brand-new videos—and hearing from a few special surprise guests. Wish her luck! (And keep sending those tips.) I’m a mama’s boy. When it comes to ...

This Simple, Comforting Rice Porridge Has Many Faces, Many Names

Chicken noodle soup—aka "Jewish penicillin"—may be many Americans’ go-to when it comes to healing the body and soul. But when I’m down and out, nothing beats a big, steaming bowl of my mother’s velvety bubur ayam, an Indonesian rice porridge with chicken. As a little girl, I’d feign illn...
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