December 13, 2006 When Beth Donovan first made gingerbread men with her son, the cookies nearly broke her teeth. Rather than give up, she figured out a use for the rock-hard slabs of gingerbread: She built a house with them, and a family tradition was born.
December 14, 2005 Kitchen Window editor Beth Donovan recalls how too many Christmases stuck in the kitchen led her to a simple yet festive holiday colors dinner: spinach pasta with red sauce and a chocolate and candy cane cake.
April 22, 2004 In the latest Politically Speaking column, NPR elections editor Beth Donovan analyzes why President Bush's poll numbers are up despite bad news all around him.
January 19, 2004 In the latest 'Politically Speaking' column, NPR politics editor Beth Donovan says creativity and an emotional appeal put Howard Dean at the front of the pack, but the next phase in election season favors linear planning.
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