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June/July 2019

Introducing brand-new Allrecipes…the only magazine that brings you the absolute best of the best from over 43,000 tried-and-true family favorites on allrecipes.com! Each issue brings you hundreds of secrets you won’t see anywhere else – fast tips to save you time and money, step-by-step how-to’s, and ideas to help you put your own spin on every dish!

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letter from allrecipes

Summer! In my mind, vacations are synonymous with food. Every summer as a kid, my family traveled from Colorado to Iowa to visit my grandparents. The promise of my Grandma’s cooking was reason enough to look forward to the 1,400-mile journey back and forth on I-80. I still love a good road trip, and food plays a role in every destination. For our summer feature story (“Taste of America,” page 41), we took a look at the most popular recipes across the United States based on what you, our Allrecipes community members, search for online during the summer. We identified four regions in the continental U.S. and selected a destination drive for each. There are places to see and good food to eat along each route. If your plans take you in another…

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all recipes

editorial & design EDITOR IN CHIEF Jennifer Dorland Darling CREATIVE DIRECTOR Michael D. Belknap Executive Editor NICHOLE AKSAMIT Managing Editor DOUG CRICHTON Senior Associate Art Director KYLI HASSEBROCK Senior Associate Editor CAITLYN DIIMIG, RD Contributing Copy Editor DIANE PENNINGROTH Contributing Health Editor MARGE PERRY Editorial Administrative Assistant COURTNEY BUSH Interns Ashley Flaws Lauren Sweers Test Kitchen Lynn Blanchard Sarah Brekke Linda Brewer, RD Juli Hale Colleen Weeden CONTRIBUTORS Melanie Rud Chadwick Terri Fredrickson Brianna Greene Christine Laue Amy Palanjian James Rodewald Ananda Spadt Karyn Spencer Mary Williams Photographers Kim Cornelison Rebekah Molloy Brie Passano Victor Protasio Stylists Lindsay Berger Lydia Chandler Kay Clarke Torie Cox Missie Crawford Greg Luna Rachel Mann Sammy Mila Sue Mitchell Somica Spratley Charlie Worthington advertising & business SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT/ GROUP PUBLISHER Mark Josephson VICE PRESIDENT Karla T. Partilla PUBLISHER David Ginsberg ADVERTISING NEW YORK: 212-455-1110 Account Managers Maggie Connolly Alison Fernandez Associate Business Development Manager Alyssa…

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caribbean cookout

CHILL OUT To keep food out of the temperature danger zone, your cooler should be colder than 40°. How long the cooler stays cold depends on the temperature of the food going into it, the quality of the cooler, and how often it’s opened. For insurance, pack extra ice in another cooler to add as needed. And use a smaller cooler for beverages, since the drink cooler tends to be opened more frequently. EVEN MORE STYLES! Hover your phone's camera here to see more Turkish blankets and beach towels. PHOTOS: KIM CORNELISON; FOOD STYLING: GREG LUNA; PROP STYLING: SUE MITCHELL; MARKET EDITOR: CHRISTINE LAUE…

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beach house style

BENJAMIN MOORE AURA PAINT IN Harbor Side Blue Aura paint withstands repeated washing with no color rub-off, so it’s ideal for kitchens. $80 per gallon at Benjamin Moore stores READY, SET, JUICE! Hover your phone’s camera here to see more Smeg color options—or to buy. (No app needed!)…

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the scoop on scoop shops

1 Nora Roy can’t get enough of LICK HONEST ICE CREAMS (ilikelick.com) in Austin, Texas. “Their goat cheese, thyme, and honey ice cream is SO ridiculously good. They have creative—and delicious—flavors, don’t use artificial colors or flavors, and try to keep ingredients as local as possible.” 2 Rosalind Brazel likes FAINTING GOAT GELATO (faintinggoatseattle.com) in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood. “There’s always a line in the summer. The gelato is light, smooth, and creamy, and THEIR SALTED CARAMEL IS TO DIE FOR!” 3 When it comes to old-school scoop shops, Paula Roten says you can’t do better than VELVET CREAM (dipmenu.com) in Hernando, Mississippi. “Locals call it ‘The Dip.’ I love that it opened in 1947 and is still thriving 72 years later. It’s a hometown icon and offers 250 flavors. My favorite? Chocolate chip cookie dough.…

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summer hair, don't care