This dish has heft and depth, but still showcases the delicate flavors of spring.
Spring is the season of rebirth. There are new buds on the trees, and new produce at the markets. We've waxed poetic about spring peas, asparagus, and our other green favorites. But now we're going to talk to you about new potatoes -- those delicate thin-skinned potatoes that pop up late spring and early summer.
A U.S. government study of an experimental HIV vaccine has been halted effective immediately, because the vaccine did not prevent HIV infection in some volunteers. The study, called the "HVTN 505 clinical trial," kicked off in 2009 and had enrolled about 2,500 people in 19 cities. Participants were all men who have sex with men and transgender people who have sex with men. Half received an experi
Young children who eat the same meals as their parents are far more likely to have healthier diets than those who eat different foods, according to research.
This salad has so much to celebrate: salty cured ham, juicy chicken breasts, crunchy croûtons and a creamy dressing. Wow.
Clenching your right hand may help create a stronger memory of an event or action, and clenching your left hand may help you recall the memory later, according to a new study.
The coffee chain Starbucks is introducing a reusable cup which UK customers can keep, in a move designed to encourage them to be more environmentally conscious while saving money. The reusable cup is based on the design of the brand's distinctive white and green paper cups and will cost £1.
For the second time in a matter of weeks, a group of researchers reported a link between the food people eat and bacteria in the intestines that can increase the risk of heart attacks.