Our New Favorite Ingredient

Good morning. Pete Wells has a terrific story in The Times today about a surprising development in the quarantine many of us are living under still: Americans are cooking a lot of fish. With no restaurants to visit for shrimp scampi (above), broiled salmon, fried squid or sole meunière, we’re turning to the homemade variety…

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House Hunting on Prince Edward Island: Nine Acres for $1.7 Million

Six Bedrooms on the Coast of Prince Edward Island $1.67 MILLION (2.35 MILLION CANADIAN DOLLARS) This six-bedroom, 6,500-square-foot house sits on the eastern edge of rural Prince Edward Island, Canada’s smallest province. Built in 2008, the cedar-shingled home overlooks the Northumberland Strait near Basin Head Provincial Park, known for its white-sand beaches. The grassy nine-acre…

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Coronavirus Live News and Updates

Here’s what you need to know: ImageLuxury stores on a street in Milan last week. The Italian economy is predicted to shrink by more than 9 percent this year.Credit…Alessandro Grassani for The New York Times A deep recession and ballooning unemployment in Europe darken the global economic picture. The European Union’s economy is set to shrink…

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World Coronavirus Tracker

Here’s what you need to know: ImageIn Rome last week. The Italian economy has already experienced a sharp downturn, and worse is expected.Credit…Nadia Shira Cohen for The New York Times Nations tackle lockdown next steps. Chancellor Angela Merkel is expected on Wednesday to lay out Germany’s plan for its next phase of the coronavirus response…

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Make a Cape From a Blanket

Designer D.I.Y. series Image In the first of our Designer D.I.Y. at Home series, the former Givenchy artistic director shows us how to turn an old fleece blanket into a coverall. May 5, 2020 At a time when everyone is isolated at home, nervous about spending money and without an occasion to dress up, what…

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The Pandemic and Package Overflow

“It’s like Christmas on steroids.” That’s how the doorman of one Upper East Side co-op recently described the tidal wave of cartons and boxes spilling out of UPS and FedEx trucks and into his building since New Yorkers began sheltering in place in mid-March and began ordering life’s necessities (and, perhaps, a few nonessential items)…

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