The workers writer Dexter Filkins, whose simplest-vendor about American involvement in Afghanistan became once referred to as “The Eternally Conflict,” talks about the scheme it came to this kind of chaotic and ominous discontinuance. Did twenty years of conflict substitute The usa bigger than it did Afghanistan? Plus, a cooking lesson from the meals guru Jacques Pépin, who teaches David Remnick a thing or two about crêpes; and Klancy Miller, the author of “Cooking Solo,” talks with Helen Rosner.
Dexter Filkins on the Fall of Afghanistan
The workers writer and author of “The Eternally Conflict” talks about how American involvement came to this kind of chaotic and ominous discontinuance.
A Cooking Lesson from the Master, Jacques Pépin
The French chef teaches David Remnick a thing or two about crêpes, and explains how great The usa’s meals tradition has modified since he first tried to take mushrooms in the supermarket.
Klancy Miller Talks with Helen Rosner
The author of “Cooking Solo” talks with our meals correspondent about her underlying philosophy: it’s good to light cope along with your self in addition to you potentially can cope with anyone else.
Let’s Play Title Descend
David Remnick and the workers writer Naomi Fry match wits in The New Yorker’s new online quiz.
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