The Pork Chops You’ll Make Again and Again

There are precious few feelings as nice as the one that comes from falling in love with a cookbook — with its aesthetics and point of view, with its larder and stories, above all with the flavors the recipes produce. There you were, making the sort of food you’ve been …

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Did Daisy Haggard Create the Next ‘Fleabag’? Not Exactly

Before “Fleabag” cleaned up at this year’s Emmy Awards, networks and streaming services had already showed increasing interest in dark comedies centered on troubled, troublesome women, like “Russian Doll,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” or Showtime’s own “SMILF” — shows often created or cocreated by their female leads. But comparisons to “Fleabag,” especially …

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Where the Packages Go – The New York Times

Package deliveries are overtaking New York City and the way many residential buildings have responded to the influx is to go high tech. UPS reported an almost 29 percent increase in U.S. average daily package volume from 2008 to 2018 — and they’ve got the brown boxes to prove it. …

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Ukraine Affair Thrusts White House Lawyer Into Center of Crisis

WASHINGTON — The complaints came to the National Security Council’s top lawyer within hours of each other in early July. Two senior aides said they feared that one of President Trump’s top political appointees was improperly pressuring Ukrainian officials to help the president’s political fortunes. The lawyer, John A. Eisenberg, …

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Opinion | Don’t Let the New START Treaty Lapse

So it serves American interests to extend the treaty. At the same time, we need to tackle the problems that the administration has highlighted. The agreement can be extended for five years, or until it is superseded by a new treaty. Success in a new negotiation should be something that …

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