No Regrets: Karlie Kloss Celebrates Thinkers

It was supposed to be a rare public outing for one of New York City’s most glamorous newlywed couples. Karlie Kloss, the supermodel turned computer coding advocate, and Josh Kushner, younger brother of the White House dauphin, Jared Kushner, were scheduled to attend the Berggruen Prize dinner on Monday at the New York Public Library.…

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The Best of 2018

Untimely deaths and the fallout from #MeToo drew many readers. They also flocked to stories on comfort foods and creations from Canada and western New York. Image Chicken francese a.k.a. chicken FrenchCreditLinda Xiao for The New York Times. Food Stylist: Monica Pierini. Comforting and easy recipes win with readers. Chicken francese, we’re looking at you.…

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The 17 Most-Read Food Stories of 2018

The deaths of Anthony Bourdain and Jonathan Gold, the continuing reverberations of the #MeToo movement throughout the restaurant world, comfort foods both savory and sweet — these were the subjects that drew the most readers to New York Times Food in 2018. Image Shrimp biryani cooked in an electric pressure cooker.CreditAndrew Scrivani for The New…

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Eat: In Defense of a Diner Classic: the Open-Faced Hot Turkey Sandwich

There are days in this mistletoed season of holiday parties and glittering storefronts, ring-a-ding-ding music tinny from speakers on the street, when my heart goes tight and all I want is an open-faced turkey sandwich with gravy and mashed potatoes, alongside a glop of cranberry sauce. It is neither a Thanksgiving meal nor a Christmas…

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Missed periods and ovarian cancer

A person may miss a period for a number of common reasons. Ovarian cancer is a rare cause of a missed period. Ovarian cancer affects the ovaries, which are female reproductive organs that sit on either side of the uterus, or womb. This type of cancer may develop from various cell types in the ovaries…

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Critic’s Notebook: Rib-Eye Steak With a Side of Shakespeare

If the usual evening out is dinner and a show, lately I keep having dinner at a show. At various theaters around town, I’ve had chili and cornbread, chicken in barbecue sauce, an Irish holiday meal, samosas, an eight-course tasting menu and chicken potpie. Pass the Tums and the Playbill, please. Food and theater have…

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What to Cook: The Most Popular Recipes of 2018

Good morning. We mined our data to come up with a list of the 50 most popular new recipes on NYT Cooking this year. I’m super-stoked to report that the top slot went to Julia Moskin’s recipe for chicken francese (above), an American-Italian interpretation of French cooking that you’ll find on restaurant menus all over…

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Q & A: The Travels of Tony Shalhoub, From Paris to Austin

It was a trip gone awry that brought Tony Shalhoub his first Tony Award last season, for best performance by a leading actor in a musical. In “The Band’s Visit,” Mr. Shalhoub played the leader of an Arab military band that inadvertently ends up stranded in a small, isolated Israeli town and not the more…

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Bowel endometriosis: What to know

Endometriosis is a condition that occurs when tissue similar to the endometrial tissue that lines the uterus grows in other areas of the body. It commonly develops on the pelvic organs, such as the fallopian tubes but also occurs on the bowel. Bowel endometriosis involves the abnormal growth of endometrial tissue in the intestines. In…

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