Health

The History Behind Arizona’s 160-Year-Old Abortion Ban

The state’s Supreme Court ruled that the 1864 law is enforceable today. Here is what led to its enactment.

2 Simple Cocktails for Lemon Lovers

Get ready for summer with homemade hard lemonade, and the Sgroppino, an icy Italian favorite.

25 of Our Readers’ Favorite New York City Restaurants

Last week, we shared Pete Wells’s revised list of the 100 best restaurants in New York City. Our restaurant-loving readers…

Five-Star Indian Butter Chickpeas for No-Energy Nights

“Only change I’d make is to double it for more delicious leftovers,” writes one of many rave reviews.

Our Food Staff Shares 12 Recipes That Are (Almost) Inflation Proof

You don’t have to break the bank to make these satisfying, budget-friendly recipes.

England Limits Youth Gender Medications, Part of Big Shift in Europe

Five European countries have recently restricted hormone treatments for adolescents with gender distress. They have not banned the care, unlike…

Yes, You Can Wash Cast Iron: 5 Big Kitchen Myths, Debunked

Food myths come from many sources, and American cooks (including me) have swallowed lots of them. Some of them used…

Beut Takes a Modern Approach to Korean Royal Court Cuisine

Sawa brings Lebanese dishes to Park Slope, Brooklyn; Zaab Burger combines smash burgers and Thai flavors at Essex Market and…

Rut-Busting Recipes for Freezer Staples

Spicy ground turkey with snap peas, broccoli-walnut pesto pasta and sazón chicken breasts make frozen standbys sing.

Seriously, Now Is the Time to Stop Kissing Sick Birds

A citizen-science collaboration in New York has turned up a half-dozen birds infected with the avian flu virus.

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