Signs you should go to the emergency room: intense bloating in the abdominal region, followed by a burning sensation that lasts for hours; an intolerance to food or water; finally, a willingness to appear plain silly, pacing through the kitchen between moving boxes with your arms extended, cross-like, around a ...
In the early 80’s I broke up with my cows. This is different from breaking up with a guy. You don’t watch a guy walk the plank into someone’s big cattle truck with those strangely delicate, vulnerable ankles, wondering whether he’ll ever get to go outside again or just be ...
I didn’t love the woman I married the way she loved me but according to my figuring compared to the alternatives: loneliness, pain, suffering, that would be alright. Specifically the alternative was, for me, chasing women that liked me, and were amused by me but for whom, when things got ...
Let me tell you about my heartbreak as a Shanghainese quarter-blood at age twelve in 1975. It was different from your average American girl’s. I knew little about the birds and the bees and never wondered about where the over 800 million navy blue-clad fellow citizens had come from. Never ...
2 POUNDS GROUND LAMB
2 TABLESPOONS DIJON MUSTARD
1 TABLESPOON CHOPPED FRESH
1 TEASPOON MINCED GARLIC
1 TEASPOON SALT
1⁄2 TEASPOON FRESHLY GROUND BLACK
VEGETABLE OIL COOKING SPRAY
1. Combine the lamb, mustard, rosemary, garlic, ...
Makes 30–40 glutinous rice balls – enough for about 6
For the stuffing
* 2 tablespoons black sesame seeds
* 2 tablespoons superfine sugar
* 2 tablespoons fresh pork lard or coconut oil
For the paste
* 1 ½ cups glutinous rice flour
The 79th Annual Academy Awards announced its nominees this morning. Many of the nominees were recent guests on The Leonard Lopate Show. Listen to Leonard's interviews by clicking on the links below.
Leonard moderates a panel on the best and worst films of 2006. Marshall Fine, chairman of the New York Film Critics Circle and film critic for Star magazine, joins Gene Seymour, film critic for Newsday, and Stephen Witty, film critic for the Newark Star-Ledgerand Newhouse Newspapers.
Cooking is one of the most hands-on ways to celebrate the season. On Thursday, December 21st, chef Michael Lomonaco joins us for a Holiday Recipe Swap. He shares some of his best-loved dishes, and talks to listeners about their favorite holiday treats.
A selection of Ruth Reichl’s favorite Thanksgiving recipes, including several submitted by listeners.
Sweet Potato Pie
2 large ...
In addition to being a singing legend, Tony Bennett is also an accomplished painter. During the interview, you may hear some paper rustling. That's because Tony Bennett was making this sketch of Leonard as they talked.
The contest is closed, so you can't post anymore, but you can look as much as you want. We hope you had a crafty good time, I know we did! Thanks to all of you crafty participants who submitted amazing googly-eyed food products!
Listen to the show from Friday, February 9th at noon to hear Amy Sedaris and Leonard Lopate go googley eye-to-eye.
Listen to archives of Leonard’s interviews with this year’s National Book Critics Circle Prize winners:
Fiction: E.L. Doctorow's The March
Biography: Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin's American Prometheus
Autobiography: Francine du Plessix Gray's Them
Leonard’s list of 2005’s must see films:
(In alphabetical order)
2 Good Night, and Good Luck
3 Grizzly Man
4 Look at Me
5 Match Point
6 Nobody Knows
7 Paradise Now