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    • A Juneteenth of Joy and Resistance

      A Juneteenth of Joy and Resistance

      New York Times· 7 days ago

      With the dual pressures of unrest and the pandemic, black chefs are contemplating the ways this holiday can help Americans cope. Summers are special for...

    • The Big Tuna Sandwich Mystery

      The Big Tuna Sandwich Mystery

      The New York Times via Yahoo News· 5 days ago

      As The Washington Post reported in late January, Subway — the world’s largest sandwich chain — is facing a class-action lawsuit in California that claims...

    • What to Cook This Week

      What to Cook This Week

      New York Times· 5 days ago

      Father’s Day, first day of summer, Bieber on the car radio as neighbors cruise to the beach: It’d be a nice one to cook outside if you can, or to pretend...

    • Your Friday Briefing

      Your Friday Briefing

      New York Times· 18 hours ago

      The remains of 761 people, mainly Indigenous children, were discovered at the site of a former school in the province of Saskatchewan, a Canadian...

    • Virtue? A Fig!

      Virtue? A Fig!

      New York Times· 5 days ago

      Jacob Stulberg puts things into perspective. Although we generally expect Monday puzzles to be the easiest of the week, I found today’s puzzle to be easy...

    • It’s Called ‘Best Gazpacho’ for a Reason

      It’s Called ‘Best Gazpacho’ for a Reason

      New York Times· 7 days ago

      “Best” is a bold claim in a recipe title, but this gazpacho actually deserves it. Julia Moskin learned to make this version when she was on a reporting...

    • A Wine From Nowhere

      New York Times· 7 days ago

      Do they transcend a sense of place, or are they wines of no place? As strange as it may sound, the most important thing about a wine is not always how it tastes. As French winemakers love to ...