Where That Great French Salt Comes From

Most mornings, 49-year old Michèle Jean-Bart takes her two dogs and bikes to work, cycling about a mile over the pancake-flat countryside where she lives on the Île de Ré, near La Rochelle on France’s western coast. She arrives at her salt marsh and begins work early, often around 6 a.m. In spring, she’ll be…

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A Pinwheel Pie as Appealing as Her Fashion Designs

When Laura Kim was a child, her mother used all kinds of tricks to get her to eat. “She made it a sort of theater,” says the formerly finicky Kim, who, along with Fernando Garcia, is co-creative director of both Oscar de la Renta and Monse (the label she and Garcia launched in 2015). In…

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Cooking Class | Laura Kim

The latest runway fashions, stunning interiors, exotic destinations, peeks into the creative process and other dispatches from the crossroads of culture and style.

The latest runway fashions, stunning interiors, exotic destinations, peeks into the creative process and other dispatches from the crossroads of culture and style.

The Weekend of Personal Leftovers

Welcome. The weekend after Thanksgiving is, for many of us, time for leftovers, when the turkey and sides are summoned for their encore: as sandwich fixings, as stuffing croutons, as turkey pho. Of course, Thanksgiving was likely a smaller affair this year, so leftovers might be in short supply in the kitchen. But even if…

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A Badly Timed Disruption for Wine Sales in the New York Area

A severe thunderstorm that struck a wine warehouse and shipping company last week in North Bergen, N.J., has disrupted deliveries to stores in the New York metropolitan area at one of the year’s busiest times for wine sales. With winds as high as 70 miles an hour, the storm, early on Monday, Nov. 16, damaged…

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How to Deal With Life in Long-Term Isolation

Anyone else dreading winter? Cases of Covid-19 are climbing, and winter weather is going to cut off many of the lifelines — picnics in the park, running outside, outdoor dining — so many people have depended on for sanity this year. Vaccines are on the horizon, but even the most optimistic timelines put them months…

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Bill Gates, la Covid-19, et le combat pour vacciner la planète

L’homme à la tête de l’un des plus grands fabricants de vaccins au monde se heurtait à un problème. $850 millions, voilà ce qu’il fallait à Adar Poonawalla, le PDG du Serum Institute of India, pour acheter — depuis les fioles de verre jusqu’aux cuves en acier inoxydable — tout le matériel nécessaire à la…

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The T List: Holiday Gift Guide, Part I

Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. For this week and the next, we’ve turned it into a holiday gift guide, with recommendations from T staffers on what we are coveting for ourselves this season, as well as the gifts we’re thinking of giving our friends and loved ones.…

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Weary of Cooking? This Simple Dinner Will Invigorate

I’m getting tired of reading the news anxiously each morning, tired of bad behavior everywhere, tired of witnessing fear and loathing and oppression, tired of politics. It’s a rough time. But, though some days I want very simple food, I’m not tired of cooking. I’m also not tired of going to the farmers’ market, or…

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