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Food Network MagazineFood Network Magazine

Food Network Magazine April 2019

Each issue is packed with star recipes and tips, behind-the-scenes scoops and fun, and creative ideas for home cooks. Get Food Network digital magazine subscription today.

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United States
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English
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Hearst
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to your health

DINNERS UNDER 500 CALORIES SALT AND PEPPER SHRIMP WITH BOK CHOY PAGE 72 CALORIES: 410 PORK AND WONTON RICE BOWL PAGE 79 CALORIES: 460 JAPANESE-style steak rolls Page 76 CALORIES: 480 TURKEY BURGERS WITH BEET SLAW Page 79 CALORIES: 440 Looking Good Drinking coffee could help with your complexion. In a study of more than 80,000 women, researchers found that those who drank the greatest amount of caffeinated coffee were 24 percent less likely to develop rosacea, a skin condition that causes facial redness. Have a cup (or two!) with the coconut layer cake on page 104. Great News for Late-Night Snackers! Eating a protein-rich food before bed could have a positive effect on health without causing weight gain, according to a Florida State University study. Participants (active young adult women) who ate cottage cheese 30 to 60 minutes before going to…

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star search

We asked the stars: What’s the biggest mess you ever made in the kitchen? Sunny Anderson The Kitchen pg. 53 Valerie Bertinelli Family Food Showdown; Valerie’s Home Cooking; Kids Baking Championship pg. 53 Anne Burrell Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition pg. 32 Ree Drummond The Pioneer Woman pgs. 32, 52 Guy Fieri Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives; Guy’s Grocery Games pg. 52 “A Mother’s Day brunch that turned into dinner. My buddies and I used every plate, pot, pan, bowl and utensil in the kitchen. It took 2½ hours to clean it all up.” Bobby Flay Beat Bobby Flay; Iron Chef America (on Cooking Channel); Brunch @ Bobby’s (on Cooking Channel) pg. 53 “My assistants will tell you it’s any time I test recipes in our office kitchen for cookbooks and TV shows. They call me the Tasmanian Devil.” Tyler Florence Worst Cooks in America; The…

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the devil you know

Readers often ask me how we decide what to put on the cover. We’ve made the call 100 times now (you’re holding our 100th issue!) and I promise you, it’s not just a beauty contest. I mean, looks matter—we won’t put a pot roast on there—but the cover selection process is a bit like a real beauty pageant. The winner has to be approachable and interesting and do some good for the world, like Miss America, or, say, a deviled egg: totally stunning when you dress it up, yet still wholesome. A beauty inside and out. We didn’t choose this issue’s cover model on our own. The team at foodnetwork.com sends us regular reports of the top search terms on the site, so we know what you’re most interested in cooking.…

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the goods

Find all of these products in Kohl’s stores and at kohls.com.…

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star diary

6:00 a.m. I’m in Las Vegas to attend Olympia Fitness & Performance Expo, a fitness trade show. But first: a workout. I grab a small bowl of oatmeal at the hotel (I’m staying at the Tropicana) before leaving for the gym. No coffee yet because I’ll drink a pre-workout shake at the gym that has a little caffeine in it. 6:15 a.m. I arrive at the Las Vegas Athletic Club and get in a shoulder workout. I sip my pre-workout shake on the elliptical machine, then get to work! Seated overhead presses, cable raises and a whole lot more. 8:45 a.m. Back at the hotel I grab a proper post-workout breakfast: an egg white and veggie omelet, coffee and OJ. Over breakfast I read e-mails, take business calls and interact with fans…

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what gets robert through the day

iPhone “I pretty much run my business from an 8 Plus and I travel about 300 days a year, so I’m constantly calling an Uber. I don’t want to remember life before ride-sharing.” iPhone 8 Plus, from $699; apple.com FitCrunch Bars “Sorry if this feels like a plug, but I do take the bars with me everywhere. They’re loaded with quality protein, and they taste good, too!” $2.50 each; fitcrunchbars.com Roku “When I do get a moment to sit down, I’m a TV junkie. My current obsessions are Billions, Homeland, Ozark and Peaky Blinders.” Roku Ultra, $100; roku.com Joe’s Blue Jeans “My closet is a bit like Batman’s. I own 60 pairs of the same Joe’s jeans and 80 of the same navy Calvin Klein T-shirts.” Classic jeans, $178; joesjeans.com OATMEAL, EGG SALAD SANDWICH, ROBERT AND GAIL, AND…

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