Summer to Monsoon: A Guide to Traditional Skin Care

Monsoon season has officially arrived. Everyone is waiting for the drizzle drops to enjoy the aroma of the damp soil, green trees, blooming flowers, cool breeze and hot food. The first showers are here and the humidity of the environment can cause several skin problems due to the high moisture …

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The intersection of Korean and Cajun cuisine in Kjun

The other night a group of friends, sitting around a West Village dining table for the first time in a long time, gasped. A cardboard take-out box, the flaps neatly folded for ventilation, had been opened to reveal a generous stack of strikingly beautiful potato chips: almost light, but crunchy; …

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MasterChef India To You Got Chefd Season 3

5 best Indian food shows to add to your frenzy list Having been indoors for over a year now, many of us have learned the art of cooking on our own. Countless cooking shows and recipe videos later, we’re now whipping up some decent meals. At the same time, we …

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Hawaiian Cuisine on the Road: The Haleiwa Store Lots

Hawaii’s Kitchen is on the road in Haleiwa as we make three stops. The first is Rajanee Thai, and we spoke to manager Michelle Maldanado. “We serve Thai cuisine with a funky, modern twist, courtesy of Chef Kenny Usamanont. Kenny carries on the legacy of his mother, Chef Rajanee and …

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