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Food Network Magazine Jul/Aug 2018

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1 min.
to your health

DINNERS UNDER 500 CALORIES Try these light meals from our Weeknight Cooking section. LEMON–POPPY SEED FETTUCCINE PAGE 68 CALORIES: 440 TEX-MEX CHICKEN AND CORN SOUP PAGE 80 CALORIES: 470 FRIED SCALLOPS WITH BIBB AND FENNEL SALAD PAGE 70 CALORIES: 320 GRILLED STUFFED PORK TENDERLOIN Page 80 CALORIES: 410 YOU SAY TOMATO… Organic tomatoes might be worth the higher price tag: According to a study published in the journal Food Chemistry, organic tomatoes contain more antioxidant-rich polyphenols than conventional tomatoes. Polyphenols can help protect the body against cardiovascular disease and cancer, so consider going organic if you make the stuffed tomatoes on page 100. LOOKING GOOD One more reason to eat fresh summer strawberries: Researchers at Padjadjaran University in Indonesia found that the juices in strawberries can act as bleaching agents on coffee-stained teeth. Start your own teeth-whitening program with the strawberry treats on…

2 min.
star search

“I’D SELL CLASSIC NORTH CAROLINA–STYLE PULLED PORK WITH A VINEGAR-BASED SAUCE.” Ted Allen Chopped; The Best Thing I Ever Ate (on Cooking Channel) pg. 51 Sunny Anderson The Kitchen pgs. 22, 98 Valerie Bertinelli Valerie’s Home Cooking; Food Network Star: Comeback Kitchen; Kids Baking Championship pg. 95 Anne Burrell Worst Cooks in America pg. 96 Maneet Chauhan Chopped pg. 22 Ina Garten Barefoot Contessa pg. 90 Eddie Jackson Ultimate Summer Cook-Off; The Best Thing I Ever Ate (on Cooking Channel) pg. 22 Katie Lee The Kitchen; Beach Bites with Katie Lee (on Cooking Channel); Katie Lee Eats Meat, in Sweats (on foodnetwork.com) pg. 145 Jeff Mauro The Kitchen pg. 28 Michael Mina pg. 42 “A TRUCK DEDICATED TO BISCUITS AND GRAVY. I’D HAVE ALL TYPES OF BUTTERY BISCUITS, GRAVIES AND TOPPINGS, AND I’D LAYER THEM IN CUPS.” Damaris Phillips Ultimate Summer Cook-Off; Southern at Heart; Southern and Hungry (on Cooking Channel) pgs. 12,…

2 min.
star spotlight

Glow-getter “I don’t wear a ton of makeup, and when I do, I like it to look as natural as possible. I use Rituel de Fille’s luminizer on my brow bones as a highlighter, on my lids as eye shadow or on my cheekbones to give my skin a dewy glow.” Rare Light luminizer, $29; ritueldefille.com Books all around “I always keep a book in my purse, in our den, and on my nightstand—you’ll find my ‘smart’ books there. My current lineup includes Silent House by Orhan Pamuk, Certain Relevant Passages by Joe Manning and Grocery by Michael Ruhlman.” Silent House, $16; amazon.com Splurge-worthy brush “My hair has a natural wave that I often play up with a one-inch-barrel curling iron. I let the curls cool, then I brush them out with my Mason Pearson…

3 min.
oldie but goodie

My 8-year-old daughter came across a photo of a watermelon fruit basket the other day and thought it was the coolest thing she had ever seen. I wondered for a second if we’d made a big mistake in this issue: We produced a whole story about fun things to do with watermelon (page 49), and not one of them involves carving it into a basket and filling it with melon balls. I honestly thought the idea was so played out that no one would get excited about it anymore. I should have known better: People love a watermelon hack, of any kind. Food Network posted a video on Facebook last year demonstrating how to turn a watermelon into a keg, and it has 160 million views and counting (you can see…

1 min.
calendar

July August HOT DOG, BACON AND FRENCH 75: LEVI BROWN. MILKSHAKE, ICE POP AND CRÊPE: GETTY IMAGES. ALMONDS: STEVE GIRALT. SUB SANDWICH: KANG KIM. COOKBOOKS: RYAN DAUSCH. FRIED SPAGHETTI: CHARLES MASTERS. MOSCOW MULE AND MOON SANDWICH PHOTOS: RYAN DAUSCH; FOOD STYLING: ADRIENNE ANDERSON. MARS BAR: JEFF HARRIS/STUDIO D. CHOCOLATE CAKE: RYAN DAUSCH. SANGRIA AND ORANGE: LEVI BROWN. YOGURT BOWL, CARROT DOG, KLONDIKE BITES, FRUIT SKEWER AND LEMON PIE PHOTOS: RYAN DAUSCH; FOOD STYLING: ADRIENNE ANDERSON. MILKSHAKE: RALPH SMITH. FRUIT PLATTER PHOTO: RYAN DAUSCH; FOOD STYLING: BRETT KURZWEIL.…

2 min.
you asked…

Eddie, I want to make cookies for my vegan friend. What’s a good egg substitute? Allyson Marlowe Fox Island, WA I like using applesauce or mashed banana in place of eggs; all you need is ¼ cup for each egg in the recipe. Arrowroot powder can also work: For each egg use 2 tablespoons combined with 3 tablespoons of water. It’s similar to cornstarch and can be used as a thickener. —Eddie Jackson Michael, I love breakfast sandwiches with bacon, but I want to elevate them a bit. How can I take the bacon to the next level? Brian Smith Frenchtown, NJ A great way to do this is to make the bacon yourself! It’s easier than you think, and you can control the flavor, smoke level and richness, depending on the cut of meat you…