Habits for Cold Weather (and Hot Cocoa)
Wintertime rhythms and hot cocoa for four.
Ratatouille: Devoted to Delight
What is often called snobbery is potentially an ardent devotion to what is good, if only we have the will to see.
Attention in the Garden
Where Bake-Off took the venom out of cooking competitions, Gardeners’ World forgoes any contest at all. Instead, viewers tune in to Monty Don, and other presenters and guests, as he offers practical gardening advice and radiates appreciation for the slow, quiet world of things that grow.
A Warm Welcome: Les Filles Fattoush
The women of Les Filles Fattoush operate a catering service built around Syrian food, but they also participate in a community that helps refugees put down new roots.
Everyone is Family at the Furan
Bread is often a symbol for everything taking place around it: the camaraderie, the eating, the enjoyment, the drama. The phrase “to break bread” implies more than eating; it signifies a partaking of community.
How the Pandemic Changed My Parenting
Do we want to go back to normal after the pandemic? What if this is a chance to make the changes we were never brave enough to make?
Children are processing this pandemic with or without our help. Here are some ways to guide them through lockdown and whatever comes next.
Home & Food
Home is more than a thoughtful aesthetic. Our homes are vital sources of health and inspiration, and spaces of relationship and connection. We want to better how enjoy our homes, but also how to invite others in.