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Food Network Magazine

June 2019

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to your health

DINNERS UNDER 500 CALORIESGRILLED PORK TENDERLOIN WITH BLACK RICE Page 66CALORIES: 470SEARED SCALLOPS WITH CREAMED CORN PAGE 74CALORIES: 470FUSILLI PRIMAVERA PAGE 66CALORIES: 460GRILLED CHICKEN WITH STRAWBERRY SALSA PAGE 76CALORIES: 370Looking GoodThe key to clear skin could be in your kitchen: According to new research published by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, eating low-carb foods with a low glycemic index rating can decrease concentrations of a hormone believed to cause acne. Try a low-carb dinner tonight: skillet chicken with escarole (page 70).Wake Up to AvocadosAvocado breakfasts are trendy for good reason: Researchers at the Illinois Institute of Technology found that overweight people who replaced carb-heavy breakfast foods with at least half of an avocado reduced their blood-sugar levels and improved blood-vessel flexibility.Would you pick this or a brownie for your…

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star search

We asked the stars: What’s your favorite no-cook dinner?Anne BurrellWorst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition pg. 27Scott ConantChopped; Best Baker in America pgs. 38, 120Melissa d’ArabianGuy’s Grocery Games pg. 120“An iceberg wedge salad. I’ll add diced ham and grated sharp cheddar so it’s more of a meal. Iceberg isn’t like other lettuces—it really stays cold.”Ree DrummondThe Pioneer Woman pg. 120Guy FieriDiners, Drive-Ins and Dives; Guy’s Grocery Games; Guy’s Ranch Kitchen pg. 54Tyler FlorenceWorst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition; The Great Food Truck Race; Bite Club pg. 22“Leftovers! When I’m on the farm I love a chicken salad with last night’s chicken, walnuts, green seedless grapes and dill.”Nancy FullerSpring Baking Championship pg. 27Ina GartenBarefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro pg. 92Duff GoldmanKids Baking Championship; Duff Takes the Cake; Spring Baking Championship…

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happily ever after

I’d like to put forth a notion about weddings: I think almost everyone who has had one would like a do-over. I don’t mean a different spouse, of course. I mean a tweak here or there. Like, maybe my sister wouldn’t put eight bridesmaids in matching seafoam-green dresses if she could do it again, and maybe my other sister would hire a real pastry chef to make her cake instead of asking me to do it, because I decorated it with twigs. That kind of thing.We put together a special wedding section for this issue, and when I read through the stars’ wedding details (page 120), I couldn’t help but wonder how they feel about their songs and cakes and menus all these years later. Food Network stars Duff Goldman…

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in the know

Dinner in a DrinkBartenders often borrow ingredients from the kitchen, but now they’re making cocktails that taste like full-blown entrées: You can try a cacio e pepe martini (vodka, gouda-infused vermouth and a syrup made from peppery pasta water) at Better Sorts Social Club in Boston. Or you can order tacos al pastor in the form of a drink at Bar Sótano, a new speakeasy beneath Chicago’s Frontera Grill. Steal the idea for your next party and serve this fun taco cocktail from our test kitchen.TACO COCKTAILPuree ½ cup each tomato juice and beef broth, 6 nacho-flavored chips, ¼ cup cilantro, 4 jalapeño slices, ½ teaspoon ancho chile powder and ¼ teaspoon ground cumin; strain through a fine-mesh sieve. For each cocktail, combine 2 ounces of the tomato mixture, 1…

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food news

When companies rank America’s best places to live, most look at details like cost of living and crime rates. Researchers at Sperling’s BestPlaces took a different approach: They analyzed the number of doughnut shops. Good news for New Englanders: The seven cities with the most shops per capita were in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut; Providence-Warwick, RI, came in first place. For the full list, visit bestplaces.net.Nearly three-quarters of Americans aren’t eating a traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner anymore, according to a national survey. The new standard: two square meals and three mini-meals made up of snacks like cheese and nuts.BEER AND BEYONDFor the past 175 years, Pabst Blue Ribbon has meant one thing: beer. But declining sales have inspired the makers of PBR to consider all sorts of spin-off…

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star diary

Tyler’s favorite delivery order: spicy ahi tuna salad6:15 a.m. I wake up. We start early in my house to get the kids ready for school. I make coffee (always Equator, my favorite in the world) and breakfast. Today it’s scrambled eggs with sliced avocado and bacon. Since I’m home and not on the road, I drive my 10-year-old, Dorothy, and 12-year-old, Hayden, to school.8 a.m. I work out in my home gym. Right now I’m all about Peloton. I drink a ton of water while I ride to stay hydrated.9:15 a.m. I have a meeting with my production company crew to set up our shooting schedule for my Food Network digital series, Great Food Truck Race: The Extra Mile, and to talk about other projects. Right now we are deep…

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