Updated: Jan 30
This week, our #NYTReadalong guest is Krysten Chambrot, Associate Editor of New York Times Cooking. Krysten manages production of special sections for New York Times Cooking, including this week's soup feature.
We will definitely discuss the coverage of Tyre Nichols' brutal beating and death at the hands of officers with the Memphis Police Department. The video footage was released Friday evening.
"Tyre Nichols Cried in Anguish. Memphis Officers Kept Hitting" (Video Footage)
From Krysten’s opening essay for "Soup's On," this week's special section, “Soup’s simplicity is also much of its appeal. As the chef and author Samin Nosrat wrote in The Times in 2017, most soup falls into three categories (puréed, chunky and brothy), and making it requires just three things: aromatics, main ingredients and a delicious broth. The 24 recipes (for soups and stews alike) largely follow those rules, but each is distinct and thrilling, showing off soup’s long-impressive range.” Click here for a gift link.
Click here for the .pdf (30 MB) NYT Cooking
We will also ask Krysten about NYT Cooking and talk about the app, digital subscriptions and more.
NYT for Kids
Since it’s the last Sunday of the month, we will also review the print-only NYT for Kids. Amber Williams, editor of NYT for Kids, was our guest last June. Click here to watch that episode.
We have been reviewing the print edition of the Sunday New York Times for almost seven years.
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