Andrew Zimmern’s Nonstop Road (and Food) Show

The split is difficult but amicable, they say. The couple have a son, Noah, who is 13. Mr. Zimmern is bracingly frank about where his marriage went wrong. They met 18 years ago at a cookware store in Minneapolis and married two years later. He was leaving the restaurant business and starting a career in…

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Yet Another Way to Eat Your Spinach

Advertisement A long stint in a lot of oil transforms the green into something totally different — or maybe its truest self. Image Pkaila, a Tunisian condiment made by frying spinach until it becomes almost black in color, inspires this halibut and chickpea dish. CreditCreditAndrew Scrivani for The New York Times By Yotam Ottolenghi Sept.…

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Field Notes: A Toast to the Bride and Groom (With Their Signature Cocktails)

Signature cocktails are nothing new at weddings, but gone are the days of brides and grooms picking their favorite classic tipples. Now, couples are opting for entire custom bar programs, which tells their love story through unique mixed drinks, molecular gastronomy, craft beers, mocktails and even new inventions, like the SipMi activations. “Fifteen years ago,…

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Celebrating the Fish Fry, a Late-Summer Black Tradition

The chef Todd Richards remembers the fish fries that his mother hosted for their family in Chicago: The gatherings would spill into the street from their front yard. Tables packed with platters of cornmeal-crusted fried catfish, hand-cut fries, bottles of beer, homemade hot sauce and plenty of lemon slices sat waiting for waves of guests…

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Your Questions About FIRE, Answered

“How to Retire in Your 30s with $1 Million in the Bank,” a Times article about the FIRE movement (it stands for “financial independence, retire early”), generated a lot of reader responses. Some were dubious about the whole idea. Some expressed their own desires to exit the rat race. And many readers had practical questions…

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3 More Ways to Cook that Lovely Piece of Chicken

When we talk about chicken, images of McDonald’s breaded sandwiches may easily come to mind. This is expected, especially now that frying is undoubtedly one of the most common ways to cook chicken. And this is true whether you are in the Philippines or the United States. Of course, deep fried chicken is tasty, but…

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Proenza Schouler Goes on a Fashion Cleanse

Advertisement The return of the prodigal sons, and the debut of a dutiful heir at Carolina Herrera. Sept. 11, 2018 Image Proenza Schouler, spring 2019CreditJohn Taggart for The New York Times This is a moment of returns. It’s back-to-school time. Novak Djokovic came back to win the United States Open. Barack Obama has been back…

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Medical News Today: How does rheumatoid arthritis affect the ankles?

Rheumatoid arthritis can affect the ankle joints in a similar way to other joints, causing stiffness, swelling, and pain. Most often, rheumatoid arthritis or RA affects the hands and feet, but, less commonly, it can also affect the ankles. The condition typically impacts on smaller joints first, such as the toe joints in the foot.…

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