A Good Appetite: Taking Comfort in Couscous

This time of year, much of the bowl food that’s written about consists of virtuous whole grains and crisp vegetables, perfect to fuel those post-resolution workouts we’ve all been thinking about. But what’s to be said for another type of bowl food, the cozy, cheesy variety that doesn’t require too much effort in the way…

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City Kitchen: A Wintry Braise Inspired by a Warmer Place: Vietnam

In Vietnam, whatever the weather, breakfast might look like what Westerners would choose for a wintry day’s supper: piping hot soups and long-simmered stews. When I visited a couple of years ago, my guide began nearly every day with a steaming bowl of pho, the traditional beef and noodle soup found throughout Vietnam. In that…

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Five Weeknight Dishes: Steal These Recipes

Hi, it’s Emily, and I have five weeknight dishes for you, starting with one of my personal favorites, this garlicky chicken with lemon-anchovy sauce. I realized I was maybe not alone in this when I saw this tweet by the writer Hannah Giorgis: “I make this chicken so much that I truly look forward to…

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Olivia Culpo’s Collection for Express Is Full of Spring-Ready Essentials

How hard did age hit you? We ask, because by now you’ve seen or participated in social media’s #10YearChallenge, the latest viral internet craze asking users to compare photos of themselves from 2008/2009 and 2018/2019 (your choice), and for some there was a drastic change. But for Olivia Culpo, former Miss Universe star, it’s her…

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Study Links Drug Maker Gifts for Doctors to More Overdose Deaths

WASHINGTON — A new study offers some of the strongest evidence yet of the connection between the marketing of opioids to doctors and the nation’s addiction epidemic. It found that counties where opioid manufacturers offered a large number of gifts and payments to doctors had more overdose deaths involving the drugs than counties where direct-to-physician…

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Dr. John Mendelsohn, 82, Researcher Who Led Top Cancer Center, Dies

Dr. John Mendelsohn, who led the prestigious University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center through an era of substantial growth, and who, as a scientist, helped pioneer a new type of cancer therapy, died on Jan. 7 at his home in Houston. He was 82. His death was confirmed by MD Anderson, which said the…

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At Louis Vuitton, Michael Jackson Forever

PARIS — When Chris Brown and Gunna fired up spliffs in the front row at the Yohji Yamamoto show on Thursday, it was a sure signal that fashion had crossed into new territory. The outlines of the landscape we’ve now entered are starkly unlike the one that came before in ways that are as much…

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Rick Owens Offers Respect

PARIS — Every so often a show comes along to remind us of the toll taken on an entire creative generation by AIDS, the disease many people pretend has ceased to exist in the era of PrEP preventive drugs. Growing up in dusty, dry Porterville, Calif., without a television, and with little access to news…

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