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Bring Your Lunch to Work

Bring Your Lunch to Work

Bringing your lunch to work can be rewarding. Above, microwave mixed rice. Below, cold sesame noodles with crunchy vegetables.

An Architect’s Ties to Her Mixing Bowls: Metal Rings

An Architect’s Ties to Her Mixing Bowls: Metal Rings

The architect Katherine Chia’s parents, immigrants from Taiwan, bought these Revere Ware bowls as newlyweds in 1965.

A Popular Taiwanese Chain Opens an Outpost in the East Village

A Popular Taiwanese Chain Opens an Outpost in the East Village

Mung bean cakes, left, and herbal jelly with taro balls are among the treats at Meet Fresh.

How to Fit All of Asia (and a Food Cart) Into a Museum Cafe?

How to Fit All of Asia (and a Food Cart) Into a Museum Cafe?

The chef Deuki Hong (center) with Bin Chen (left) and Andrew Chau, the founders of Boba Guys, an artisanal bubble-tea chain. They are rethinking food at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, where the Taiwanese artist Hung Yi’s sculpture “Dragon Fortune” guards the front steps.

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.

The Kindest Cut of All: A Pork Rib With Slow-Cooked Comforts

The Kindest Cut of All: A Pork Rib With Slow-Cooked Comforts

With its deep pork flavor, the country-style rib is ideal in slow-cooked winter dishes like this pork stew with pears and sweet potatoes.

Rhubarb Shows Off Its Stripes

Rhubarb Shows Off Its Stripes

Vanilla-poached rhubarb stalks, set crosswise across the top of the batter, make this poundcake a true beauty.

Farm-to-Table in the Shadow of Downtown Detroit

Farm-to-Table in the Shadow of Downtown Detroit

Lady of the House is in Corktown, a historic neighborhood named by the Irish immigrants who settled there in the 19th century.

Review: ‘Taste & Technique’ Makes French Cooking Cool

Review: ‘Taste & Technique’ Makes French Cooking Cool

“Taste & Technique”
by Naomi Pomeroy
with Jamie Feldmar
(Ten Speed, $40)

Seeds Only a Plant Breeder Could Love, Until Now

Seeds Only a Plant Breeder Could Love, Until Now

Row 7 Seed Company aims to connect plant breeders with restaurant chefs as they develop new varieties of vegetables, in some cases sending chefs a range of trials to taste test, as with this squash.

In Summer’s Heat, Lighter Cocktails Keep You on Your Feet

In Summer’s Heat, Lighter Cocktails Keep You on Your Feet

Chantal Tseng, the bartender at the Reading Room in Washington, where nearly half the drinks on the menu are low in alcohol.


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