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Food Network Magazine July/August 2016

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1 min.
to your health

DINNERS UNDER 500 CALORIES Try these light meals from our Weeknight Cooking section. SUMMER VEGETABLE SOUP WITH ANDOUILLE page 92 CALORIES: 390 Vegetarian JAMBALAYA page 96 CALORIES: 460 CALIFORNIA SALAD WITH HARD-BOILED EGGS page 94 CALORIES: 410 ANGEL-HAIR PASTA WITH SHRIMP AND GREENS page 112 CALORIES: 420 HAVE SECONDS! Two breakfasts are better than none: A new study tracking almost 600 middle schoolers found that students who ate two breakfasts a day didn’t gain any more weight than students who ate one, whereas kids who skipped breakfast (or ate it irregularly) were twice as likely to be obese. Try our bagel bar on page 182 as a fun breakfast—first or second! SWEET ON GREENS Here’s more great news about eating greens: Researchers have discovered that the sugar sulfoquinovose, found in leafy greens such as spinach, arugula and kale, promotes…

2 min.
star spotlight

Eyeglasses “I’ve been in New York City for 36 years and have kept all the glasses that I’ve gotten during that time. I have maybe 25 pairs—and I rotate them. I’m in the studio about 100 days a year and I like to mix up my glasses. ” Manhattan frames, $475; E.B. Meyrowitz and Dell, 212-575-1686 Blazer “I never saw my dad in anything but a shirt and tie—even in the heat of summer. So I got some of my sense of style from him. He always said, ‘Dress for the job you want, not the job you have, ’ and when I’m at work, I wear a blazer—then take it off and put on a chef’s jacket over my shirt and tie. ” London blazer, $1,100; paulsmith.co.uk Skincare “I use a lot of products: Crème de…

2 min.
themes come true

During the past year, my daughters have been to a dance party, a jungle party, a robot party, a pajama party, an American Girl party, an ice cream party, a cupcake-making party, a chocolate-making party, a painting party and a Taylor Swift rock-star party. In that same amount of time, I have been to exactly one theme party: a Southern brunch, and it was in our office conference room. I need more theme parties in my life. We all do, really, because as every kid knows, a party is much more fun when you can design a table and your food (and maybe even your outfit) around one idea. My older sister threw a surprise luau for my 16th birthday and I remember it like it was yesterday: The boys were…

2 min.
you asked...

Damaris, what is your favorite shrimp and grits recipe? Beth McLaughlin via Instagram Every time I make shrimp and grits, it’s a little bit different. The one constant is Weisenberger Mill grits—they’re delicious and made here in Kentucky. I cook the grits with stock and finish them with cream. Then I season them according to my mood. You can find one of my recipes at foodnetwork.com/bakedgrits. —Damaris Phillips Guy, of all the burger joints you’ve been to, which is your favorite? Nick Parks Quakertown, PA Nick, that’s like asking, “What’s your favorite song?” It’s impossible to choose just one. A place is not just about the burger, it’s about the energy. I’d say Guy’s Burger Joint, but if I had to pick another spot, one of my faves is Hodad’s in San Diego—for a lot of reasons.…

2 min.
here’’s the scoop

Get the Picture You can’t eat in the galleries of New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, but you can get a little closer to the food on the walls: The ArtSmart tour company is offering a two-hour Feast Your Eyes tour that focuses on 25 of the museum’s food-and-drinkfilled works and explains their cultural significance—like the fact that 17th-century European centerpieces were probably used for drinking games. $400 for a group of five; artsmart.com TAKE A STAND Bigger is not necessarily better in the world of kitchen appliances: In 1919, KitchenAid’s first stand mixer came with a huge 10-quart bowl (twice the size of the one on a tilt-head model today). Now, almost 100 years later, the company is going mini with a new 3.5-quart mixer (far right). It takes up 20…

3 min.
grilling vegetables 101

Asparagus PREP: Snap off the bottoms. GRILL: Arrange the spears perpendicular to the grill grates and cook over medium-high indirect heat, turning, until marked and tender, 3 to 5 minutes. (If grilling thick asparagus, cover the grill.) Broccoli or Cauliflower PREP: Cut into florets; soak in salted water 5 to 10 minutes. GRILL: Put in a grilling basket and cook over medium-high indirect heat, turning, until tender, 5 to 10 minutes. Corn PREP: Remove the husks (or keep the husks on and soak in water 5 to 10 minutes). GRILL: Cook over medium direct heat, turning often, until marked and tender, 10 to 15 minutes. Baby Bok Choy PREP: Halve through the core. Soak in water 5 to 10 minutes or spritz with water. GRILL: Cook over medium-high indirect heat until marked and tender, 3 to 5 minutes. Tips and Tricks ●Toss your…