What to Cook This Week

Spring barley soup is a gorgeous midweek repast, tremendous cozy from the chewy pearled barley and the seasonings of miso soup, with a freshness that comes from asparagus and peas.

Sizzling, crunchy, scrumptious: stir-fried lettuce with egg and crispy garlic. (Cooked lettuce is shaping up as one in all my favorites of 2022. As I’ve talked about earlier than, I just like the dim-sum parlor transfer of steaming wedges of iceberg after which seasoning them with soy sauce — wow.)

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Now, it’s a great distance from speaking about the right way to pores and skin an eel or seed a pomegranate, however I cherished David Orr’s wrestling match, in The Instances, with Brad Leihauser’s new e-book, “Rhyme’s Rooms: The Structure of Poetry.”

Right here’s Soraya Roberts in Pipe Wrench, writing about junk meals, the flicks and Era X.

The black-footed ferret is amongst North America’s most endangered mammals. In Excessive Nation Information, Lawrence Lenhart wrote about an effort to change that, by way of cloning.

Lastly, right here’s a poem to have a good time the flicks, as we have a good time them tonight. It’s Frank O’Hara’s “Ave Maria.” Take pleasure in that, and I’ll return on Monday.

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