The Collaboration to End All Collaborations

PARIS — If only Blaine Trump had been here to see it. The pouf skirt, relic of the go-go 1980s, favorite party dress of the Wives of Wall Street, is back. Only, now it is in the shape of a sleeve (singular). Also a waistband. That’s a tell. It made its return Wednesday afternoon in…

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Now Rising to the Top of the Beer World: Foam

There’s nothing fast about the Slow Pour Pils from Bierstadt Lagerhaus. The Denver brewery spends 30 hours brewing the straw-colored pilsner, ferments it for weeks and, finally, makes its taproom customers wait at least five minutes for a taste. Bartenders pour the pilsner straight into the glass to create foam, then let it subside. They…

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Medical News Today: What to know about viral rash in adults and babies

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These Ants Use Germ-Killers, and They’re Better Than Ours

As a microbiologist, Massimiliano Marvasi has spent years studying how microbes have defeated us. Many pathogens have evolved resistance to penicillin and other antimicrobial drugs, and now public health experts are warning of a global crisis in treating infectious diseases. These days, Dr. Marvasi, a senior researcher at the University of Florence in Italy, finds…

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How to Develop an Appetite for Insects

Repeat after me: entomophagy. It’s derived from Greek and Latin: “entomon,” meaning “insect,” and “phagus,” as in “feeding on.” Some think it’s the future of food. In 2013, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations released a report declaring the need to swap traditional protein sources for insects to support a sustainable future.…

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Finding the Deliciousness in New York City

New York City is one of the great food cities, has been for decades, centuries, even as a rising tide of interest in the delicious has made it possible to eat brilliantly in places around the world. The five boroughs are home to gilded dining rooms and steamy, slightly sticky ones, to restaurants serving amazing…

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Where Should You Eat in New York? Go to These Favorite Spots

A good restaurant provides comfort, a place to meet a friend, or a way to celebrate a milestone. Here, some familiar names share their go-to restaurants. ImageLunchtime at Buvette.CreditKarsten Moran for The New York Times Pati Jinich Cookbook author and PBS chef I can never have enough slices of the Spicy Spring pizza from Prince…

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Where The Times’s Restaurant Critic Likes to Eat

When The New York Times asked me to help choose restaurants where a series of dinners will be held in late September and early October, I started by thinking of all the places where I’d spend my own money. The list was ultimately narrowed to 10. Here they are, in alphabetical order, along with some…

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A Menu Ruled by Chance at Iraqi House in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn

Order dolma at Iraqi House, and you submit, happily, to chance. What arrives might be whole onions or green bell peppers, or eggplant, or tomatoes, their insides emptied to make way for a meld of ground lamb and basmati rice, tinged by tomato, with vivid threads of parsley and dill running through. Here, too, will…

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