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roasted broccolini with creamy mustard sauce


this simple veggie side dish is a staple in our house because it’s really quick to throw together and super tasty. when you roast slender stems of broccolini, they become tender, slightly crispy, and even a touch sweet! continue reading "roasted broccolini with creamy mustard sauce" »






perfect party bite: roasted asparagus crostini


these roasted asparagus crostini get sublime texture and flavor from teleme cheese and prosciutto, in this easy, party-ready recipe.






roasted cabbage with bacon gremolata


cabbage doubters, prepare to be seduced. here we have thick slices of cabbage roasted until the edges are crispy and golden, and then served with a crunchy, salty, nutty, bacon-y gremolata scattered over top. plus parmesan cheese. helloooo, gorgeous. this recipe comes from a new cookbook from my friend andrea bemis, the farmer and co-owner of tumbleweed farm up in oregon. she lives and breathes vegetables every day, so if anyone knows how to give veggies some serious curb-appeal, it’s her. continue reading "roasted cabbage with bacon gremolata" »






sarah palin gets roasted online for complaining about colin kaepernick’s donatio


sarah palin complained about colin kaepernick’s latest “political stunt” — and got absolutely roasted on social media. the failed vice presidential candidate and former half-term governor of alaska posted a link early wednesday to her own website, which published an article o...






pasta with turkey meatballs and roasted vegetables


this pasta dinner comes together fast! meatballs and vegetables roast together in the oven while pasta boils on the stove, then everything gets tossed with some olive oil, lemon juice, and a handful of parsley. continue reading "pasta with turkey meatballs and roasted vegetables" »






be bold and roast a whole head of cauliflower


a roasted cauliflower can be topped with a variety of sauces for additional flavor and color.






super-simple, really good roasted ernut squash soup


truly tasty, extremely pretty, and almost impossible to screw up: this soup can save the day.






get cooking: how to butterfly meat, and a recipe to go along with your new skill


many large pieces of meat (whole turkeys or chickens, for example, or a leg of lamb) will cook unevenly because some sections of the meat are thicker than others. “butterflying” the piece of meat, before it is either roasted or grilled, gives it a flatter profile and allows for more even cooking.






get cooking: how to butterflying meat, and recipe to go along with your new skil


many large pieces of meat (whole turkeys or chickens, for example, or a leg of lamb) will cook unevenly because some sections of the meat are thicker than others. “butterflying” the piece of meat, before it is either roasted or grilled, gives it a flatter profile and allows for more even cooking.






simplest cookbook in world turns out to be too simple


the tree had been lugged up the stairs, the holiday was selected and ready to play. it seemed the perfect night for a roasted chicken — an instagram-perfect meal for a cozy evening decorating the tree. after all, roasting an entire chicken is a breeze, people promised. "takes no time at all,"...






whole30: one-pan, herb-crusted salmon with roasted broccoli steaks


slice a head of broccoli lengthwise to transform it into gorgeous green “steaks” and roast it in one pan with the salmon for easy cleanup. as you slice the broccoli, save any florets that fall away for a stir-fry or salad — or simply eat them as a snack.






javacycle turns coffee-bean waste into sweet-smelling fertilizer


the parent company of hill bros. coffee and chock full o’nuts has partnered with the tiny, minnesota-based operation to convert millions of pounds of roasted coffee-bean waste into commercial fertilizer.






jonathan gold follows the 'snook whisperer' legend to four restaurants


pescado zarandeado is one of the wonders of the seafood world, a broad, thin fish sliced neatly in half on the vertical axis, roasted slowly over a smoky fire and served on a platter the size of a skimboard — half an acre of smoking, char-edged flesh. the fish, usually a pacific robalo, or snook,...






‘we’re getting roasted by swedes now’: seth meyers destroys donald trump’s ‘swed


donald trump confused a lot of people on saturday when he implored a group of campaign rally-goers to “look what’s happening in sweden” based off a discredited report alleging an increase in crime rates as a result of the european country’s immigration policies. one such person was late night host s...






‘you can see bannon’s hand up reince’s ass’: internet retches at trump advisers’


white house chief of staff reince priebus and donald trump’s chief strategist, steve bannon, were roasted by the internet on thursday after appearing for their first-ever live interview together. during an interview with conservative political action committee (cpac) organizer matt schlapp, ba...






charles tillman comes out of his shell in a new video for the national peanut bo


charles "peanut" tillman, prepare to get roasted. the retired bears cornerback comes out of his shell in a new video for the national peanut board's campaign, which runs on @peanutshere on instagram and twitter from wednesday to june 15. "we want this thing to go mega viral," said tillman, who...






charles tillman comes out of his shell in video for the national peanut board


charles "peanut" tillman, prepare to get roasted. the retired bears cornerback comes out of his shell in a new video for the national peanut board's "#shellout" campaign, which runs on @peanutshere on instagram and twitter from wednesday to june 15. "we want this thing to go mega viral," said tillman,...






kevin durant, steve kerr strongly back javale mcgee in online tiff with shaquill


oakland — for years, javale mcgee has privately stewed as shaquille o’neal has routinely roasted him during his shaqtin’ a fool segments on nba tv and tnt, highlighting mcgee’s bloopers. this season, mcgee has publicly responded, letting his displeasure about shaq’s clowning known in several interviews. the rift between the two boiled over on thursday night. […]






watch jimmy kimmel rib new illinois state recruit kobe buffalomeat


jimmy kimmel roasted new illinois state redbirds recruit kobe buffalomeat thursday when he appeared on "jimmy kimmel live." "you know, my wife's having a baby, we never even considered 'kobe buffalomeat,'" kimmel joked. kimmel asked the high school senior, who appeared on the show via video call...






tokyo travel tips, day 2: busy takeshita street and quiet alleys of harajuku


carla and i took a one-week trip to tokyo. it was my sixth visit to japan's capital, and it was my favorite so far. for the next few days, i'll be writing about recommended things to do there. see them all here. after walking around peaceful yoyogi park, we crossed the street and entered one of the busiest pedestrian streets in the world: takeshita-dōri. this youth-oriented strip has fashion boutiques, restaurants, candy and ice cream shops, and the (now commonplace in japan) cat and owl cafes, where you pay by the hour to spend time with animals. the crowd on takeshita-dōri is made up of about 20% tourists and 80% japanese teenagers. there are long lines to get into some of the stores and restaurants. the longest line was for a place called johnny's. at least 100 people were waiting to g






watch: donald trump jr.'s favorite conspiracy theorist reveals the inner working


"i have spies in every media organization," cernovich says. donald trump jr., like his father, has repeatedly slammed the mainstream news. and also like his father, junior has a thing for paranoid conspiracy theorists who like to pretend that they are journalists. trump jr. tweeted that mike cernovich, a pizzagate-promoting conspiracy theorist, deserves a pulitzer for his story claiming, as new york magazine put it, that he "broke the news that barack obama’s national security adviser susan rice had requested the so-called 'unmasking' of the names of donald trump campaign and transition figures who were swept up in the surveillance of foreign targets.... despite the fact that experts agree there was very little shadiness to what rice did, a furious cohort of online alt-righters






stephen colbert rips the media's mortifying new reversal on trump


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1073170'; click here for reuse options! "you know who also said troubling things in a calm voice? hannibal lecter." cnn and countless other outlets would like you to believe that president trump's first address to congress tuesday was the pivot to normalcy the country has long been waiting for. color stephen colbert unconvinced."it really seemed like a different donald trump was giving his first address to congress," the "late night" host opened wednesday night. "the washington post called it 'surprisingly presidential.'""always comforting when the president surprises you by seeming plausible," he quipped.colbert roasted the media for being so easily distracted."one senior white house official even told a reporte






stephen colbert rips the media's mortifying new reversal on trump


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1073170'; click here for reuse options! "you know who also said troubling things in a calm voice? hannibal lecter." cnn and countless other outlets would like you to believe that president trump's first address to congress tuesday was the pivot to normalcy the country has long been waiting for. color stephen colbert unconvinced."it really seemed like a different donald trump was giving his first address to congress," the "late night" host opened wednesday night. "the washington post called it 'surprisingly presidential.'""always comforting when the president surprises you by seeming plausible," he quipped.colbert roasted the media for being so easily distracted."one senior white house official even told a reporte






'pathetic' republicans are roasted on seth meyers for sucking up to trump


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1074614'; click here for reuse options! trump's presidency has been "far worse" than the morning joe co-hosts ever anticipated. trump's presidency has been "far worse" than "morning joe" co-hosts joe scarborough and mika brzezinski ever anticipated.“it’s almost at the point of no return,” brzezinski told seth meyers late tuesday, when the two appeared on his show.scarborough added that he and brzezinski have both known trump for "10, 11, 12 years.""we never expected it to be quite this bad," he told meyers.the "late night" host pointed out that trump's record-low approval rating may cause more republicans to bail on the president."do you think we'll see more people like [john mccain and lindsey graham] if hi






'pathetic' republicans get roasted on seth meyers for sucking up to trump


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1074614'; click here for reuse options! trump's presidency has been "far worse" than morning joe co-hosts joe scarborough and mika brzezinski ever anticipated. trump's presidency has been "far worse" than "morning joe" co-hosts joe scarborough and mika brzezinski ever anticipated.“it’s almost at the point of no return,” brzezinski told seth meyers late tuesday, when the two appeared on his show.scarborough added that he and brzezinski had both known trump for "10, 11, 12 years.""we never expected it to be quite this bad," he told meyers.the "late night" host then pointed out that trump's record-low approval rating may cause more republicans to bail on the president."do you think we'll see more people like [j






7 heated town halls that show voters are turning on their republican senators


when they bothered to show up, mitch mcconnell and company got an earful from constituents. republican members of congress — at least, those who deigned to show up — faced angry constituents in district town hall meetings across the country tuesday. many of the meetings drew overflow crowds filled with local residents who turned out specifically to voice anger over gop threats to obamacare. tuesday morning, donald trump took to twitter to dismiss those voters with the latest conservative myth: that any constituent who voices dissent is a “paid protester,” a liberal plant from out of town. like all of trump’s lies, the strategy is obviously to repeat this talking point until it becomes the accepted wisdom of his base — or, perhaps, until fed-up constituents vote these spineless gop sycoph






7 heated town halls that show voters are turning on their republican senators


when they bothered to show up, mitch mcconnell and company got an earful from constituents. republican members of congress — at least, those who deigned to show up — faced angry constituents in district town hall meetings across the country tuesday. many of the meetings drew overflow crowds filled with local residents who turned out specifically to voice anger over gop threats to obamacare. tuesday morning, donald trump took to twitter to dismiss those voters with the latest conservative myth: that any constituent who voices dissent is a “paid protester,” a liberal plant from out of town. like all of trump’s lies, the strategy is obviously to repeat this talking point until it becomes the accepted wisdom of his base — or, perhaps, until fed-up constituents vote these spineless gop sycoph






how to stay well informed on the torrents of trump news while staying sane


how do we figure out what’s important, relevant and true? it’s been a busy few weeks at the center for news literacy, as “fake news” and finding ways to fight it have been front and center in many conversations about what’s happening in the world. i’ve had the opportunity to give training workshops at community colleges around illinois, and to talk to librarians about how they can help engage people in talking about these issues.one question that keeps coming up is how to handle the torrent of news and information, which has gotten even more intense since election day. it’s a sentiment well expressed in a recent new yorker cartoon, in which a man and a woman are taking while walking down the street. the caption is a quote from one of them: “my desire to be well-informed is currently at






new media darling louise mensch believes putin killed andrew breitbart... and mu


sometimes conspiracy theories are welcome in corporate media if they have the right target. former british conservative mp louise mensch has become something of a celebrity of late in anti-trump media. in the past two weeks, mensch has been touted by former head of the democratic national committee donna brazile and prominent harvard law professor laurence tribe, and appeared on msnbc (3/11/17), the new york times op-ed page (3/17/17) and hbo’s real time with bill maher (3/24/17). all this despite the fact that she routinely traffics in the most bizarre and unfounded conspiracy theories.with her rise to prominence as a commentator on the trump/russia story, and seemingly dozens of editors and producers giving her their tacit approval, one is compelled to ask: what exactly would louise m






brunch drunk love: the hungover origins of your favorite meal


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1073390'; click here for reuse options! love brunch? you can thank an inebriated englishman for inventing it. a recent top chef episode challenged the chef-testants to combine breakfast and lunch dishes to fuse elements of two meals into one. to 21st-century diners, the so-called challenge wasn't an impossible task to be mastered only by the most talented culinary geniuses, but rather an accessible execution of a favorite weekend pastime: brunch.while it seems that brunch has surged in popularity in the past decade, with everything from ramen to pizza becoming brunch-ified (put an egg on it!), the origins of brunch run long.just a year after eggs benedict was created in new york city (1894) and long before the rainbow bage






brunch drunk love: the hungover origins of your favorite meal


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1073390'; click here for reuse options! love brunch? you can thank an inebriated englishman for inventing it. a recent top chef episode challenged the chef-testants to combine breakfast and lunch dishes to fuse elements of two meals into one. to 21st-century diners, the so-called challenge wasn't an impossible task to be mastered only by the most talented culinary geniuses, but rather an accessible execution of a favorite weekend pastime: brunch.while it seems that brunch has surged in popularity in the past decade, with everything from ramen to pizza becoming brunch-ified (put an egg on it!), the origins of brunch run long.just a year after eggs benedict was created in new york city (1984) and long before the rainbow bage






7 health benefits of coconut oil


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1072889'; click here for reuse options! research reveals it's more effective at battling viruses and bacteria than virtually any other substance. coconut oil is the extracted oil from coconut, the fruit of the coconut tree that’s well-known for growing in tropical areas. it’s also an outrageously popular topic among social media and health outlets in recent years.typically coconut oil is refined, bleached and deodorized using high heat. the bleach filters the oil to eliminate any impurities, and sodium hydroxide is used as a preservative and to get rid of excess fatty acids. coconut oil typically has a long shelf life because its high saturated fat content prevents oxidation.coconut oil is the topic of hot debate, ty






trump has given the mainstream media a gift—why are they blowing it?


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1073694'; click here for reuse options! trump's offering the press a chance to step up and be the cronkite to his nixon. so far, they're dropping the ball. on nov. 13, 1969, then vice president spiro agnew passionately denounced television news broadcasters as a biased “unelected elite” who subjected president richard m. nixon’s speeches to instant analysis. disagreeing with the views expressed by broadcasters like walter cronkite, agnew argued that the president had a “right” to communicate directly with the people without having his words “characterized through the prejudices of hostile critics.” when agnew went on to call for greater government regulation of the media’s “virtual monopoly” on public information






america's tv media crisis goes far beyond covering trump: we simply aren't heari


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1074282'; click here for reuse options! if the media really wants to fight trump, they can start by reporting on climate change and inequality. america has a “lying press” problem.  and it’s not the “enemy of the people” situation our president has asserted.consider the biggest threats america faces right now.  abrupt climate change is happening around the world as a result of our use of fossil fuels. france 24 reported on february 18 that half the population of somalia is facing famine because of an unprecedented, climate change-driven drought that’s extending across north and central africa, while the united states is whipsawed between unprecedented weather extremes because there’s 6 percent more moisture in the air th