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The world is changing. This isn’t just an understatement about politics. It’s a truism about the equinox, that sliver of time when one season becomes another, when we exhale the old life and breathe in the new. Some of us free our houses from every last crumb for Passover. Some fill it with Peeps for Easter. Plenty use spring to make a fresh start, and for others still it’s a whole new (Persian) year. I am cleaning the winter out of my freezer. I have bones to pick.

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Today’s goal is fluid, seamless transitions from movement to movement, and hand-to-hand switches from side-to-side.

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Let’s take a moment to truly appreciate the awesomeness of eggs. What other food can be cooked in so many ways, yet also be a foundational ingredient in baked goods, custards, and sauces? Eggs hold a rightful place as a refrigerator staple because they’re economical, have a long shelf life, and have been the savior of last-minute meals when you don’t have much else around to cook.

We love all those things about eggs — and we’re in good company — but for these recipes, we wanted to treat this workhorse ingredient to a little luxury. So while these recipes are still great for quick dinners and family brunches, they feature eggs in all their melting, yolky, showstopping glory. From an ingenious vegetarian take on Scotch eggs (they’re wrapped in falafel!) to the crispiest, cheesiest, Frenchiest croque madame, here are five stunning ways to make eggs the main attraction.

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When I was little, I was obsessed with knowing my future. What would I become? How tall would I be? Where would I live? Who would I marry? My parents indulged my curiosity by allowing me to go to fortune tellers, buy crystal balls, and borrow books from the library on how to read palms.

My father told me that when I was old enough to drink coffee, I could have a Kafedzou read my future. He explained to me that a Kafedzou is a Greek woman who knows how to read your fortune in a coffee cup.

I didn’t know what to expect, but I knew I wanted to meet one!

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There are basic chicken recipes we all keep in our meal plan rotation — and then there are the chicken recipes that make you feel like a dinner goddess. These 12 recipes are the latter.

They come together with minimal effort, yet deliver sophisticated flavor and sometimes an unexpected ingredient that makes your midweek meal feel pretty fancy. Think: figs and balsamic glazed chicken, Arnold Palmer chicken thighs, or a vibrant coconut curry soup.

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From Apartment Therapy → Houseplant Help: How to Save a Plant Whose Leaves are Turning Yellow

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See this creamy goop? This is a piece of culinary magic that holds casseroles together, forms the base of soufflés, and can even be turned into a pasta sauce with a few extra ingredients. Béchamel, known as white sauce in the Midwestern kitchens of my youth, is a very, very helpful thing to know.

Here’s why, and how to make it.

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You made it, guys. You made it to the weekend. If you’re feeling a little worn out and need something more than a bubble bath to wind down, I have just the kind of retail therapy that will make you smile. Right now on Amazon you can buy a 12-pack of your favorite gummies, Swedish Fish, for just $13. All of your sugary dreams are just a click away.

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