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Monday

Tamar Adler is the author of The Everlasting Meal Cookbook: Leftovers A-Z, which focuses on creatively reusing leftovers. Keren Carrión/NPR hide caption

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Tamar Adler shows you how to make the most of your leftovers in her new cookbook

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Tuesday

Encore: Don't let the cold weather ruin your workout

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Saturday

Monday

People stand at a makeshift memorial near the scene of the shooting. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Monterey Park residents say they are in shock and denial after the shooting

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Practice gearing up for a cold-weather run by printing and cutting out this paper doll of NPR's Wynne Davis. It looks best when you print on card stock and in color, but regular paper is fine too. Download the file here. Malaka Gharib/NPR hide caption

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What should you wear to run in the cold? Build an outfit with this paper doll

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Friday

Decorations for Lunar New Year are on display at a shop in Hong Kong. Celebrations start this weekend as millions welcome the year of the rabbit. Vernon Yuen/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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These Lunar New Year dishes remind those who make them of their family and friends

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Tuesday

Rev. Russell Levenson, Jr. of St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Houston with former first lady Barbara Bush and former President George. H.W. Bush after a morning worship service. Levenson details his friendship with the Bushes and what he learned from them and how they lived their faith in his new book Witness to Dignity: The Life and Faith of George H.W. and Barbara Bush. St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Houston hide caption

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St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Houston

Saturday

Sunday

Left: Marissa Dates (clockwise from upper left), her mother, Ellen, her brother Nathan, her grandparents Bud and Diane. Right: Marissa's brisket. Marissa Dates/Collage by NPR hide caption

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Left: Assembled cappelletti on a table. Right: James Hamilton's niece Julia Griffin (from left), his daughter Anna Hamilton, his son Robert Hamilton, his sister Susan Hamilton Griffin and his brother-in-law, Jim Griffin. James Hamilton/Collage by NPR hide caption

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Activists attend a rally as they mark World Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Saint Petersburg on May 17, 2019. Olga Maltseva/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Experts see Putin's latest anti-LGBTQ law as another attempt to control Russians

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Sunday

Left: Merjem Mededovic in her hometown of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Right: Kljukusa on a plate. Merjem Mededovic/Collage by NPR hide caption

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Savory Bosnian pancakes called 'cousin' bridged a language gap with Grandma

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Left: Erin Rhode's mother, Kathy Rhode (left); Erin's maternal grandmother, Velma Freisleben Thein; and Erin's uncle, Bob Freisleben. Right: Bob Freisleben prepares specken dicken. Erin Rhode/Collage by NPR hide caption

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Left: A family photo of Alan Mishell's grandparents, Florence and Sam Mishell. Right: Alan and his son, Sander, holding bubaleh they prepared together. Alan Mishell/Collage by NPR hide caption

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Left: A family photo of Lily Liu and her father, Tai. Right: A plate full of scallion pancakes held by Lily's niece. Lily Liu/Collage by NPR hide caption

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Sunday

A family photo of Diane Richardson and her brother Gary Kirchherr. Later in life, when her brother visited at Christmastime, Richardson would make the lamb curry recipe their mother learned when the family lived in Nigeria. Diane Richardson/Collage by NPR hide caption

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This recipe started in Arizona. Now, sisters Kirsten Ayles (left), in San Clemente, Calif., and Alexis Wold, in New York City, make it on opposite coasts. Right: A family photo of their grandparents' restaurant, Odd's Sombrero in Wickenburg, Ariz. Alexis Wold/Collage by NPR hide caption

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Thursday

A participant holding a sign at a 2020 solidarity march in unity against the rise of antisemitism. The Anti-Defamation League reported that antisemitic incidents reached an all-time high in 2021. Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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