Yaffa S. Santos discusses her debut novel, A TASTE OF SAGE.
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Maylis de Kerangal discusses her new novel, THE COOK.
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Isaac Fitzgerald and Wendy MacNaughton on their new book
Knives & Ink, cooking with pigs’ heads, and long-distance collaboration. ...more
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The elderly become reminders not of our imminent mortality, but of our ever-evolving humanity, our enduring lust—and need—for connection and purpose. ...more
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At first, canned spinach with butter and soy sauce was something I could make myself with instant rice, and I did. Imagine when I first realized fresh vegetables. ...more
I never thought I would find myself defending Charlie Trotter, at least not unironically. ...more
My husband, Sam Putnam, is the chef of a popular new restaurant, which I’m not going to name because it’s already gotten plenty of publicity. I wanted to interview him because I haven’t seen him much lately and people are always asking me how he’s doing. He also tends to be a quiet guy, and […]