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Kenji López-Alt’s Recipe for Chicago Thin-Crust Pizza
Among his many revelations: a game-changing technique for yielding that crisp crust at home.
Pregnancy and Covid: What Women Need to Know
A pregnant woman is more likely to develop serious Covid-19 and to die of it. Several factors amplify the risks.
NCAA Tournament Bracket Tips: Sorting the Good From the Bad
It’s easy to pick a bracket with a solid chance for a middling finish. It’s harder to cut through some mediocre advice to push toward a win.
Easy Ways to Be a Better Cook
Chicken breasts breaded in Ritz crackers from Eric Kim, craggy tofu in a star anise sauce from Yewande Komolafe, and even more brilliant recipes.
I Made You a Meal Plan (Again)
Never waste fresh herbs again.
Spring Recipes Our Food Staff Can’t Wait to Make
It’s almost time to load up on asparagus, snap peas and all the rhubarb you can get your hands on.
The Wonders of Pasta Alla Gricia
Take the classic recipe in a different direction with slow-cooker butter beans, pecorino and pancetta.
I Send My Brother Cash for Emergencies, but He Spends It on Vacations. Help!
A reader wants to shore up her brother against financial hardships, but she’s unsure how to stipulate what the money is to be used for without coming off as controlling.
The Comforting, Cheesy Charm of Chicken Doria
This Japanese answer to a gratin conjures bliss with whatever is already on hand.
Can Cannabis Help With Sleep? What Experts Say
Here’s what the experts want you to know.
Olive Oil Baked Salmon and Other Low-Stress Dinners
Ali Slagle has two new minimal-effort recipes.
The Odors From the Restaurant Downstairs Are Ruining My Life
Everyone is entitled to live in an apartment free of noxious odors, but compelling a landlord to take action comes with risks.
Shrimp Tacos to Make Right Now
Yewande Komolafe’s bright new recipe is the best possible counter to drab, gray days.
Tips on Buying Tickets the Next Time Your Favorite Singer Is in Town
Our columnist thought she’d gotten a good deal on Bruce Springsteen tickets. But could she have gotten a better one? Here’s what she learned.
I Can’t Believe It’s Nut Butter
This secret ingredient enlivens vegan cacio e pepe, creamy mattar paneer and more recipes.
Recipes That’ll Make You a Better Cook
You don’t need to memorize these dishes: With their supersmart techniques, you’re bound to never forget them.
Going Once, Going Twice: How to Bid on a First-Class Seat
Fliers on some airlines can upgrade at a discounted rate to avoid what could be a cramped flight. With some cruise ships and even Amtrak getting in on the act, is bidding up worth it?
The Comforts of Pan-Fried Tofu and Red Curry Paste
The cookbook author and teacher Raghavan Iyer shares his story and a few recipes with Kim Severson.
Tech Is Allowing Businesses to Overcharge You in Tips
Payment apps and touch screens have made it easy for merchants to ask us for preset gratuity amounts. We don’t need to succumb to the pressure.
My Grandson Is a Deadbeat Dad. What Should I Do?
Distressed by her grandson’s failure to pay for the support of his daughter, a reader wonders whether she should try to engage with him — and his absenteeism.
Jupiter and Venus, SpaceX and Relativity: March Space News
New rockets could launch from Japan and the United States during the month, and spring will officially bloom in space.
What is in the CHIPS Act, Aimed at Childcare Expansion and National Security
A sprawling new program for the semiconductor industry is foremost about national security, but it will try to advance other priorities as well
What You Should Know Before Choosing Kitchen Cabinets
It’s more complicated than you might think. Here’s what to consider before you spend a lot on the wrong ones.
Spring Comes Early With This Bright, Cozy Dinner
A mustardy beet salad, a creamy chicken main and a warm lemon pudding: This menu from David Tanis looks ahead in all the right ways.
How Do You Like Your Chili?
Everyone has a chili opinion.
Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan: Your Questions, Answered
President Biden’s move means the student loan balances of millions of people could fall by as much as $20,000. This F.A.Q. explains how it will work.
What Is REM Sleep and Why Is It Important?
Dreaming, memory-making, problem-solving: A lot happens during the most active sleep phase
Self-Study, Becoming American and the Art of Translation
An editor recommends old and new books
What You Need to Know for the 2023 Tax Season
Doing taxes in 2023 feels a lot like it did before the pandemic. Still, there are some meaningful changes to keep in mind.
Why Investing at the Last Moment Can Hurt Your Returns
You can still put money in an I.R.A. for 2022, and that’s better than not investing at all. But an early start would have given you a great advantage, our columnist says.
These Veggies Are Sneaky
Ali Slagle’s recipe for salad pizza with white beans and Parmesan will get you to eat your greens.
The E.S.G. Fight Has Come to This: Bankers Suing Lawyers
Kentucky passed a law targeting banks and their climate policies. Bankers sued the attorney general. Whose definition of investment risk should prevail?
11 Winter Vegetable Recipes for Exciting Weeknight Dinners
Summer produce may get all of the glory, but these cool-weather recipes make winter vegetables exciting and bright.
What Nutritional Yeast Can Do for You
Nutritional yeast takes these dressings, toppings and seasoning blends up a notch.
Mushroom Boom: How to Plan a Foraging Adventure on the West Coast
Thanks to an unusually wet winter, mushroom hunters in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond will be greatly rewarded. Here’s a primer for first-timers.
What to See This Spring in NYC: Broadway Shows, Concerts and More
“Life of Pi” and Laura Linney on Broadway, Lise Davidsen at the Met Opera, SZA on tour: Here’s what we’re looking forward to this season.
This Roasted Fish Recipe Is Weeknight Easy and Julia Child Fancy
Fish almondine is a nutty variation on a classic French dish, sole meunière.
How to Cook for Unexpected Guests
Squash and chickpea stew, all kinds of baked potatoes and more recipes.
Can I Confront the Woman Who Had an Affair With My Husband?
Years after coming to grips with her husband’s infidelity, a reader still feels an urge to make his lover suffer.
Help! The Law Says Lufthansa Owes Me Money, but I Can’t Collect.
The European Union has strict rules about refunds for flight cancellations and delays, but the German airline has racked up complaints about its willingness to make things right. Our columnist faces down the bureaucracy.
Soups to Soothe the Sighs of the Season
A ginger-tamarind vegetable soup from Yewande Komolafe is your first line of defense for the winter blahs.
What Dentists Wish You Knew
Don’t get high before your appointment, step away from the charcoal toothpaste and a few other lessons to learn.
Do I Have to Smell My Co-Worker?
Either way, saying something about a colleague’s overwhelming perfume, or enduring it, is a delicate situation.
Can My Neighbor Point a Video Doorbell at My Apartment Door?
Ubiquitous in many suburban neighborhoods, the devices have been slow to catch on in city apartments, but that is changing as New Yorkers warm to the technology.
The Charm of Parm
Kay Chun’s shortcut recipe for eggplant Parmesan pasta puts the intense pleasure of the original within easy reach.
You Can Use Your Tax Refund to Buy I Bonds, but Should You?
The answer depends on whether you’re looking to get high interest rates now or a safe investment with inflation protection over many years.
Why Chatbots Sometimes Act Weird and Spout Nonsense
No, chatbots aren’t sentient. Here’s how their underlying technology works.
Canned Tomatoes, Explained
Whole peeled, crushed, puréed or paste? There’s a time and a place for each.
The PlayStation Goggles Are a Win for Gamers. Not for the Metaverse.
Sony’s new $550 headset offers best-in-class virtual reality gaming, but it’s still hard to see why we need V.R. goggles at all.