After trying everything else, he reluctantly agrees to exposure therapy: Under a doctor’s supervision he will take ipecac, which induces vomiting.
—Washington Post Jan 20, 2014
The only slight disappointment was the single dessert option I tried: Kheer, described on the menu as “Tibetan-style rice pudding with cardamom, cashew and almonds.”
—New York Times Oct 3, 2014
Coriander and cumin lend fragrant earthiness, with a little cayenne pepper added for a hint of heat.
—Los Angeles Times Oct 1, 2014
I have seen men bearing very ugly scars, the results of wounds inflicted by the piraña while they were bathing.
When more died, they thought they had a hungry cougar, but experts determined the culprit was canine.
—Seattle Times Oct 4, 2014
I do not care for the Petunia close at hand on account of its sickish odor.
—Alice Morse Earle
Pumpkin spice has warm, earthy notes, and the blend pairs perfectly with nuts, particularly pecans.
—Los Angeles Times Sep 26, 2014
Fast facts: Skunks are black and white and best known for their horrible-smelling spray, an oily liquid produced by glands under their large tails.
—Los Angeles Times Oct 4, 2014
Push the Champagne Button and a waiter dons a tuxedo to deliver your bubbly.
—Forbes Aug 19, 2014
The 1,007 confiscated reptiles are mostly juvenile hatchlings less than a month old, and include more than 750 diamondback terrapins.
—Washington Times Oct 3, 2014
True pemmican was not manufactured, although the pulverized buffalo meat was mixed with dried roots and berries preparatory to being eaten.
—Robert F. Murphy
The holy grail for divers is an abalone with a 10-inch shell.
—Seattle Times Jul 26, 2014
Another Snohomish man said his experience hunting Sasquatch makes him able to tell when others are lying about having seen it.
—Seattle Times Aug 15, 2014
The roasted corn and watermelon salad in a balsamic dressing spiked with fresh mint and jalapeño peppers tasted like summer in a bowl.
—New York Times Aug 29, 2014
The work in Belize and the research on jaguars was now to be continued by others.
—Scientific American Aug 22, 2014