Restaurants: 10 Great New York Dishes of 2018

With apologies to the listicle gods, not to mention the headline gods, I don’t mean this to be a definitive list of the best things I ate this year. I change my mind too often and besides, such a list would overlap considerably with my ranking of the best new restaurants reviewed in 2018. It…

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How to Get Rid of Post-Acne Spots

How to remove post-acne spots: effective folk remedies and recipes for effective homemade masks. Cosmetology solutions to the problem are given below. Acne is not the only problem that makes you feel ashamed of your own image in the mirror. With improper treatment, they often cause lasting unpleasant consequences — unattractive red marks and even…

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Off the Menu: Tom Colicchio Takes His Cooking to the Mall

Headliner Small Batch The neighborhood, with Bobby Flay’s commendable fast-food Burger Palace and the steakhouse chain Capital Grille just steps away, is not bad, as suburban malls go. But the arrival of the chef and restaurateur Tom Colicchio at the Roosevelt Field shopping center in Nassau County definitely ups the ante. His new restaurant, a…

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How Do You Recover After Millions Have Watched You Overdose?

The first time Kelmae Hemphill watched herself overdose, she sobbed. There she was in a shaky video filmed by her own heroin dealer, sprawled out on a New Jersey road while a stranger pounded on her chest. “Come on girl,” someone pleaded. Ms. Hemphill’s 11-year drug addiction, her criminal record, her struggles as a mother…

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Karl Lagerfeld Texts His Cat But Doesn’t ‘Do Internet’

Getty ImagesStephane Cardinale — Corbis Over 31 million people follow Chanel’s official Instagram, but Karl Lagerfeld isn’t one of them. «I don’t even know how it looks,» he told The Cut in a new, wide-ranging, and often hilarious interview. Why? Well, between getting texted photo updates «from» (his words) his beloved cat, Choupette, and overseeing…

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Our Most Popular Recipes of 2018

It’s a truth of home cooking: When it comes to recipes, people are often seeking easy and comforting, not complex and fancy. Fourteen-hour pulled pork, sourdough bread made from homemade starter and gingerbread houses piped with intricate designs — all have a place in the canon, but the NYT Cooking recipes that readers returned to…

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Medical News Today: What is the military diet and does it work?

The military diet requires people to follow a low-calorie diet for 3 days and then return to regular eating for 4 days. Across the first 3 days, the diet restricts daily calorie intake to 1,400, 1,200, and 1,100 calories. The diet is high in protein and low in fat, carbohydrate, and calories. It also includes…

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French Pastry Chefs Trim the Log, Not the Tree, at Christmas

In the late 1800s, a Parisian pastry maker (legends dispute exactly who) created a new type of cake that paid tribute to the Christmas Eve tradition of the Yule log. It was a simple recipe: A rectangular sponge cake, spread with pastry cream, was rolled into a cylinder and coated in chocolate buttercream. It was…

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Restaurants: New York’s Top 10 New Restaurants of 2018

Staying focused on the soups and pies wasn’t always easy this year. There was the unexpected punch in the stomach of losing two major voices long before we were ready to let them go: Anthony Bourdain, who took his life at 61 in June, and Jonathan Gold, who died at 57 the following month after…

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