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Would You Pay $495 for a Salad Bowl?

At nearly $500 for the salad bowl, you’d think Alice Waters would handpick and rinse the lettuces for you herself. But no, she only inspired the new bowl for the Permanent Collection online shop. It’s a beautiful piece, fairly shallow and 13 1/4 inches across, with an alluring natural pattern. Ms. Waters selected redwood for…

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An American Tale

The author of “Heirloom Kitchen” is an Italian-American who attended culinary school and wanted to record her immigrant mother’s recipes. The project led her to explore the cooking of other immigrant women. In this attractive volume, she has recorded the cooking and the experiences, both daunting and gratifying, of 37 of them from 30 different…

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Medical News Today: What does it mean when a scab turns yellow?

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This Gin Speaks Portuguese

McQueen and the Violet Fog may not have been developed for the Aviation, a gin cocktail that is made with violet liqueur, but its name, and the whisper of lavender, in this new gin from Brazil makes it a fine choice. The small batch spirit is made in copper pot stills with a raft of…

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A Focaccia That Behaves Like a Pizza

I have traveled to certain destinations just for one dish. Recco, on the Italian coast about 10 miles south of Genoa, is the place for a type of double-crust cheese pizza called focaccia di Recco. Within unyeasted pastry as thin as Sardinian pane carasau is molten stracchino cheese. The focaccia is baked in a special…

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Discrimination Is Hard to Prove, Even Harder to Fix

When it comes to lawsuits alleging discrimination, the wheels of justice sometimes turn even more slowly than usual. “It’s a difficult process, more difficult than it needs to be,” said Jeff Vardaro, a civil rights attorney in Columbus, Ohio. These cases can become complex and expensive, and defendants and their attorneys have incentives to drag…

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All the Fall ’19 Campaigns Featuring Your Favorite Celebs

It’s that time of the year. The birds are chirping, the weather is sweltering, and fashion brands are teaming up with celebs for their Fall ’19 campaigns. MCM tapped Billie Eilish for a moody series, Givenchy teamed up with Ariana Grade for a tongue-twisting #Arivenchy collaboration, and other top fashion brands are tapping even more…

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Five Things to Know About Rabies

Nearly 60,000 people a year die from rabies around the world. The cause is almost always a bite by a rabid dog. Most of the deaths are in Africa and Asia. In Western Europe, the United States and other countries, the rabies variant that lives in populations of dogs has been eradicated, but people can…

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What’s Inside Jeffrey Epstein’s Little Black Book?

Image Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell in 2005.CreditJoe Schildhorn/Patrick McMullan, via Getty Images Andrew Rosen, the founder of Theory and owner of numerous racehorses, said he didn’t know him and had never met him. Mr. Rosen couldn’t recall ever attending an event he hosted or crossing his path. Charles Finch, the film producer, brand builder…

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