Roasting sugared rhubarb until the juices condense into a tangy syrup makes for the best possible spring dessert.
For birders across the United States, it’s a rite of spring: heading out to woodlands and waterways to track down a favorite warbler, vireo, tanager or other bird, many of them migratory.
In March, the staff of the Food section and NYT Cooking made the most of early spring produce, while leaning in to easy and hearty favorites.
We may be suffering from staycation fatigue, but maybe a year from now, we’ll long for the days when we could just do nothing.
Wondering what to do with those stalks? Roast them with sweet slivered leeks and salty capers.
Celebrate the season’s arrival with dishes that make the most of its best and brightest produce.
It’s a retort, one forecaster said, to “too many soft clothes, too many elastic waists. We’re all craving a little structure now.”
Beach parties in Florida, Texas and Mexico made headlines a year ago for ignoring virus safety advice. Here’s how the travel ritual will look different in 2021.
Many have put capacity restrictions in place, even as new lockdowns may spook visitors.
For many young athletes, senior night is the last act of the last season of their high school careers, and their days as competitive athletes. But how do you celebrate after the coronavirus rewrites the story?
Yearbook and high school newspaper editors have spent the past few months trying to preserve traditions upended by the coronavirus.
A group of old high school friends moved home and bought a tulip farm, just as the coronavirus threatened to devastate the industry. Here’s how the power of friendship and innovation saved them.
With a crunchy shortbread crust and tangy curd filling, this rhubarb-filled confection is perfect for spring.
How climate change is altering nature’s sonic landscape.
People got sick — and some died — after attending crowded parties and theme parks in Florida as the coronavirus spread.
A group of about 70 students from the University of Texas at Austin celebrated spring break in Mexico, but returned to find that 28 had tested positive. Dozens more are being monitored.