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Food Network Magazine March 2018

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1 min.
to your health

DINNERS UNDER 500 CALORIES Try these light meals from our Weeknight Cooking section. VEGETABLE PAELLA PAGE 58 CALORIES: 390 CHINESE PORK AND NOODLES PAGE 60 CALORIES: 460 INDIAN SHRIMP AND LENTILS PAGE 59 CALORIES: 470 ARCTIC CHAR WITH LEMON- CAPER BUTTER PAGE 62 CALORIES: 400 VEG OUT Here’s another reason to eat your veggies: A recent study by Penn State University found that a diet high in cruciferous vegetables may improve gut health as well as help prevent cancer and Crohn’s disease. The study was done using broccoli, but researchers say that other cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts may have similar benefits. Start upping your intake with the cabbage salad on page 66. BIG ON BREAKFAST! You might want to start eating dinner for breakfast: A new study of more than 50,000 people published in the Journal of Nutrition showed that participants who…

1 min.
star search

Sunny Anderson The Kitchen pg. 20 Maneet Chauhan Chopped; Chopped Junior pgs. 14, 20 “GARLIC CLAMS FROM A LORCHA, A PORTUGUESE RESTAURANT IN MACAU, OR CEVICHE FROM MAIDO IN LIMA, PERU.” Melissa d’Arabian Guy’s Grocery Games pg. 20 “THE FALAFEL AT L’AS DU FALLAFEL IN PARIS. IT’S SIMPLE BUT SAUCY AND GARLICKY— PERFECT STREET FOOD!” Giada De Laurentiis Giada Entertains; Giada at Home; Everyday Italian (on Cooking Channel) pg. 85 Tyler Florence Worst Cooks in America; The Great Food Truck Race pg. 22 Ina Garten Barefoot Contessa pg. 92 Duff Goldman Spring Baking Championship; Kids Baking Championship pg. 20 Lorraine Pascale Spring Baking Championship pg. 120 Aarón Sánchez Chopped; Taco Trip (on Cooking Channel) pg. 94 Aarti Sequeira Guy’s Grocery Games pg. 82 Michael Symon Iron Chef America; Burgers, Brews & ’Que pg. 98 Dale Talde New ’Cue (on foodnetwork.com) pg. 104 Jet Tila Chopped pg. 40 Geoffrey Zakarian Chopped; The Kitchen pg. 20 “ROAST SUCKLING PIG FROM A CHINESE RESTAURANT IN BANGKOK CALLED TANG JAI YOO.” Printed in the USA. Food Network Magazine and…

1 min.
maneet chauhan

Makeup must-haves “I don’t wear much makeup, but one of my favorite products is MAC’s Ruby Woo lipstick, a bold red that stays on all day.” Retro Matte Lipstick, $18; maccosmetics.com Dependable denim “My favorite brand of jeans is 7 For All Mankind—they’re always flattering. I typically wear their skinny style with the hem rolled up a bit.” B(air) Denim Skinny, $179; 7forallmankind.com Smooth strands “I have naturally thick hair that tends to get frizzy, so I use Aveda’s Smooth Infusion shampoo. I love that the brand’s philosophy is based on Indian Ayurvedic principles.” Smooth Infusion Shampoo, $22; aveda.com Travel tote “Tumi and Diane von Furstenberg are my go-to brands for suitcases and travel bags. I always pack my carry-on with a change of clothes (in case my bag doesn’t reach the destination), the latest book I’m…

2 min.
where in the world?

My younger daughter, Ellery, came home from school recently with an invitation to a kindergarten class potluck. Ordinarily this would be great news—cooking is one of the few ways I can make myself useful at my kids’ school. But this wasn’t just any potluck. It was an “international luncheon,” and the teachers wanted every family to bring a dish that represented their heritage. Ellery asked excitedly, “What are we bringing?” and I told her the truth: I didn’t know what to make because I had absolutely no idea where our ancestors were from. I knew that my grandparents grew up in Philly, but we couldn’t bring hoagies to the party; Ellery has never even tasted one. My husband suggested poutine (the Canadian dish of french fries with cheese curds and…

2 min.
you asked...

Geoffrey, I’d love to make an easy no-fail paella. Do you have a basic recipe? Camelia Simpson via Facebook Yes, I have a fantastic recipe for a quick paella with chorizo, shrimp and chicken, and you can find it at foodnetwork.com/geoffreyspaella. Even heat is essential for cooking this dish, so I make it in a cast-iron skillet or Dutch oven, and I use preseasoned Spanish rice from a box, which speeds up the process. I add saffron, but if you don’t have any, a mix of turmeric and paprika is a great substitute. —Geoffrey Zakarian Melissa, what spices should every home cook have in their pantry? Maranda Stowell Memphis A well-stocked spice cabinet is a huge help for any home cook. If I had to limit mine to the essentials, I would include these 10 (not…

1 min.
happy birtday   tyler

MARCH 3 Most memorable birthday “Living in New York City for 14 years, I didn’t have a car, but I always dreamed of owning a Vespa. When we first moved out to California, my wife, Tolan, and son Miles surprised me with a Vespa helmet, and when I went to the garage, a Vespa was waiting with a big ribbon on it.” Best gift ever “My kids gave me our first bee box with a family of honeybees. We used that box for many years before expanding to the larger apiary that we have now at Florence Family Farms.” Favorite birthday cake “Lemon cake with whipped cream and fresh blueberries.” Best birthday party ever “Last year my brothers flew in to surprise me for the weekend. We had a house party with pizzas and a keg. The best…