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Duck and Lentils: Deep Flavor for the Depths of Winter

Duck and Lentils: Deep Flavor for the Depths of Winter

Tender braised duck, earthy lentils and an assortment of root vegetables make for a warming winter meal.

An Artist Who Hunts, Emilie Clark Gets Her Gun, Then Her Dutch Oven

An Artist Who Hunts, Emilie Clark Gets Her Gun, Then Her Dutch Oven

The artist Emilie Clark at home in New York University housing on Bleecker Street.

Lemon Bars, With Blueberries in a Supporting Role

Lemon Bars, With Blueberries in a Supporting Role

Bakers, take note: These are lemon-blueberry bars, not blueberry-lemon bars.

With a Sniff and a Signal, These Dogs Hunt Down Threats to Bees

With a Sniff and a Signal, These Dogs Hunt Down Threats to Bees

Cybil Preston, chief apiary inspector for the Maryland Department of Agriculture, is expanding her canine detection program, training dogs to find traces of American foulbrood, a bacteria that can decimate beehives.

The BLT, as You’ve Never Seen It

The BLT, as You’ve Never Seen It

Lighter than the usual sandwich, these BLT tacos let the crispiness of bacon and the lettuce shine through against juicy, colorful tomatoes and spicy mayonnaise.

A Classic Indian Cookbook Returns, This Time for Americans

A Classic Indian Cookbook Returns, This Time for Americans

The cookbook author Sameen Rushdie prepares sabut raan, her family’s version of a whole roasted leg of lamb, at her home in London.

Is This Artichoke Kosher? Rome Defends a Classic Jewish Dish

Is This Artichoke Kosher? Rome Defends a Classic Jewish Dish

Artichokes on display outside a restaurant along Via Portico d’Ottavia, in the Jewish ghetto in Rome.

Chicken Milanese Has Its Moment

Chicken Milanese Has Its Moment

This chicken Milanese, lighter than pork and veal versions, gets a hit of umami from Parmesan in the breading.

When Shepherd’s Pie Loses the Lamb

When Shepherd’s Pie Loses the Lamb

Meaty mushrooms and sautéed leeks are tucked under a cover of mashed potatoes and bread crumbs in this pie without a pastry,

The History of Wine in 442 Podcasts

The History of Wine in 442 Podcasts

Levi Dalton hosts the podcast “I’ll Drink to That.”

Unfiltered Fervor: The Rush to Get Off the Water Grid

Unfiltered Fervor: The Rush to Get Off the Water Grid

Opal Springs Water Company in Culver, Ore., bottles “raw water” — unfiltered, untreated, unsterilized spring water — for the start-up company Live Water.

A Simple Treatment for Stunning Scallops

A Simple Treatment for Stunning Scallops

The simplest preparation is the best with sea scallops.

Mario Batali Said to Face Second Sexual Assault Investigation

Mario Batali Said to Face Second Sexual Assault Investigation

The celebrity chef Mario Batali at a charity awards dinner in April 2017. In December, he stepped away from day-to-day operations of his businesses after reports that he sexually harassed women.


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