There’s a possible genetic link to the disliking of cilantro. More than that, the taste of cilantro is often associated with the taste of soap. In fact, our primal instincts of smell and taste play a role in whether or not we like the herb.
We speak with Anahad O’Connor, NY Times writer on health, diet and nutrition, about his latest article on the details of Coca-Cola’s scientific funding.
This week on The Hash, hosts Molly and Dane discuss how they stay happy. They also review Veronica Chavez’s piece “Explaining Happiness,” and apply the ways to stay happy to their own lives. Then, the pair reads through an AskMen piece about online dating mistakes. The show wraps with an analysis of office temperatures. The hosts are joined by Jess Goulart and Samantha Spoto to talk about the viral New York Times piece “Chilly at Work? Office Formula Was Devised for Men.”
On today’s episode, we dissect some of the in-depth reporting that has beat the odds by the day’s journalistic standards.
This Worldwide Hour features Nigerian saxophonist Peter King, the DIY street group Staff Benda Bilili from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and a cool summer breeze will fly through courtesy of OMBRE.
This New York gem earns its stars.
Obama lays out his new national security agenda, and a ton of listener mail.
PHOTOBLOG: New York’s Javits Center hosted the ‘New York Times’ Travel Show this weekend.