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This Sesame Chicken With Cashews and Dates Is ‘Crazy Delicious’

“One of my favorite recipes of all time from this site,” one reader wrote.

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A Quarter of Smokers Quit Under Menthol Bans, Study Finds

As public health groups pressure the Biden administration to impose a ban on menthol cigarettes, research suggests similar moves in…

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Abortion Shield Laws: A New War Between the States

Doctors in six states where abortion is legal are using new laws to send abortion pills to tens of thousands…

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Alabama Says Embryos in a Lab Are Children. What Are the Implications?

A ruling by the state’s Supreme Court could change common practices at fertility clinics in the state and possibly nationwide.

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Study of Patients With a Chronic Fatigue Condition May Offer Clues to Long Covid

N.I.H. researchers found notable differences between the immune systems and other physiological functions of patients with ME/CFS and those of…

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If Garfield Made Soup, He’d Make This Soup

All the flavors and comfort of a classic lasagna in an easy, one-pot weeknight dinner.

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At Lolita, Serving Mexican in Midtown, Agave and Sugar Cane Drinks Rule

Frog Club opens in the former Chumley’s space, the Crave Fishbar team opens a sushi spot and more restaurant news.

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A State Court Ruling on I.V.F. Echoes Far Beyond Alabama

Frozen embryos in test tubes must be considered children, judges ruled. The White House called it a predictable consequence of…

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Bringing to Light the Cuisine of Hercules Posey, George Washington’s Enslaved Chef

On Feb. 22, 1797, while George Washington celebrated his 65th birthday at a ball in Philadelphia, his celebrated chef, Hercules…

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The Wine Shop Millesima USA Doubles in Size for Its World-Class Selection

A cookbook for overlooked vegetables, mushroom candles for your dinner table and more food news.

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