This summer, do as the Sicilians do and make a tray of refreshing almond...

Overview Ingredients StepsLiving within a much smaller radius than I am used to has me reveling in my treasured travel memories. The hot summer sun — and the need for a cooling break from it — brings me back to Sicily when, a couple of years ago, I discovered their renowned almond granita. I ate it every day…

What Exactly Sarms is: Everything You Need to Know

SARMs are essentially a class of androgen receptors that display selective androgenic signaling. If this definition threw you off, here’s a simpler explanation for you.SARMS are often marketed as ‘safe steroids’. However, since these are relatively in their initial stages of research and development, their long-term safety is largely unknown.Despite that, the past decade has…

‘I felt like I existed’: An oral history of one woman’s first hug after...

(Maria Hergueta for The Washington Post)Two weeks into self-quarantine, Karina Montgomery told The Washington Post she was so touch-starved that she “would pay $50 for a 2-minute hug.”While living alone with her cat Tobias in San Diego, she was abiding by California’s stay-at-home order, going out only to pick up food. No masked walks with…

Activist Danielle Nierenberg wins the Julia Child Award, following in the footsteps of celebrity...

Since its birth five years ago, the annual Julia Child Award has gone to a renowned chef: Jacques Pépin, Child’s friend and collaborator, was its first recipient. Last year’s went to José Andrés.But for the sixth award, the jury from the Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts this year chose a woman…

Your food scraps deserve another shot. Here’s how to use peels, stems and more...

Editor’s note: A previous version of this article included a photo that prominently displayed a can of Goya beans, taken before the controversy over the company CEO’s support of President Trump.If you dump your pickle juice and bean water, compost your kale stems, spit out your watermelon seeds and chuck your orange peels, you’re probably…

4 Ways to Support Someone with Anxiety

Having someone who is suffering from anxiety is a painful journey.It is painful to see the one you love feeling tired and weak all the time, and having no will to do the things they once truly enjoy.If you or someone you know is struggling with anxiety, you might have probably felt the need to…

Burger King wants to combat climate change by helping its cows be a little...

The name doesn’t exactly roll off your tongue. It doesn’t do much to stimulate your appetite, either. But if Burger King’s latest menu innovation, the Whopper with Reduced Methane Emissions Beef, proves successful, the sandwich could become the next weapon to fight climate change.But let’s not get ahead ourselves: Burger King is just now testing…

Workhorse ingredients get a refresh in this honey-garlic chicken sheet-pan dinner

Overview Ingredients StepsConfession: Sometimes, I open my refrigerator or look in my pantry, make a mental note of a few main ingredients and then do an Internet search on those few items just to see what pops up.Yes, I have excellent cookbooks, the Washington Post Recipe Finder and favorite, trusted websites, but sometimes I enjoy…

Top Foods with High Antioxidants

Do you feel “out of it” sometimes?Do you have an urge to kick a nasty habit, like smoking, and repair the damage that’s been done?Looking to turn back the hands of time without going under the knife?The answer to these questions is sitting on your kitchen counter or chilling in the fridge.Eating foods that are…

KidsPost Summer Book Club: ‘The Thief Knot’ by Kate Milford

Heng Zeng for The Washington PostThe Thief KnotBy Kate MilfordAges 10 to 12Who kidnapped an 11-year-old girl named Peony Hyde? Why? And where could she be?Marzana and her best friend, Nialla, plunge eagerly into the mystery. Finally, something exciting is happening!But this is no game. Nagspeake, the maritime city where they live, is full of…
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