Cook: These beef short rib rice bowls inspired by galbi, the Korean barbecued ribs, take a sharp turn away from the sweet, fruity treatment and skew savory, with warm spices like cumin, coriander and turmeric.
Read: Tana French has written seven novels, with an eighth due In October. All set In Ireland, they pull you way down rabbit holes and are haunting diversions, writes our literary critic, who has put together a guide to reading Ms. French.
Watch: Even though they were made before the pandemic, three new bold and chilling horror movies, all directed by women, have a kind of topical resonance now, with plots that deal with contagion and isolation.
At Home has our full collection of ideas on what to read, cook, watch and do.
And now for the Back Story on …
Our reporters on the U.F.O. beat
Ralph Blumenthal and Leslie Kean were part of a Times reporting team that broke the story of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, a secret Pentagon unit investigating unidentified flying objects, and they’ve been following it ever since. Here are excerpts from what they recently wrote about covering U.F.O.s.
We’re often asked by well-meaning associates and readers, “Do you believe In U.F.O.s?” The question sets us aback as being inappropriately personal. But In this case we have no problem responding, “No, we don’t believe In U.F.O.s.”