“Luckily for art, life is difficult, hard to understand, useless, and mysterious.” “As a person she is tolerant and easygoing, as a user of words, merciless,” the editors of The Paris Review wrote in the introduction to their 1992 interview with...
Despite being a food writer, I find MasterChef unbearable to watch. Run by yapping martinets ("C'mon guys! You've got FIVE minutes left!"), it transforms the enjoyable experience of cooking into competitive torture that makes grown men cry.
Most Americans are prudish about their shrimp consumption. Not in terms of quantity—hell, you should see us go to town on the Endless Shrimp special at Red Lobster—but in format. Many of us like ours with no vein, no head, no legs.
Natural. Organic. Green. We are familiar with these monikers. But when searching for safe cosmetics, how do you truly know what is safe and what is not? By learning to identify which cosmetic ingredients to avoid.
The rise in the availability of organic products has grown astronomically over the past decade, taking up an increasing amount of real estate in grocery stores and serving as a focal point for millions of environmentally-focused snackers.
Earlier this week, like any insufferable Brooklynite, I found myself in need of some baby spinach. A little pressed for time, I chose to forgo a run to my normal grocery store for a quick trip to my neighborhood bodega.
“We live in an age in which ideas, important ideas, are worn like articles of fashion.” Few things bypass our culture’s codified shell of cynicism more elegantly and powerfully than the commencement address — that singular mode of intravenous...
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