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Food Network MagazineFood Network Magazine

Food Network Magazine Jan/Feb 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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Hearst
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to your health

DINNERS UNDER 500 CALORIESWe lightened up all the dishes in our Weeknight Cooking section, including these comfort-food favorites.CHICKEN THIGHS WITH GRAPEFRUIT-FENNEL SALADCALORIES: 480SHORTCUT CHICKEN CHILICALORIES: 450CAULIFLOWER-CRUST ARTICHOKE PIZZACALORIES: 380PORK CHOPS WITH GLAZED APPLES AND PIEROGICALORIES: 420Looking GoodHere’s a reason to stick to your healthy eating resolutions: A typical Western diet high in fat and cholesterol could speed up hair whitening and loss, according to a recent Johns Hopkins University study. Balance your diet with more low-fat, low-cholesterol dishes, like the tofu curry on page 54.Dish It OutDon’t try tricking yourself into eating less by using a smaller plate—you’re smarter than that! In a new study, participants who hadn’t eaten in at least three hours were better at gauging the size of pizza than those who had just eaten. The results,…

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star search

We asked the stars: Which food trend do you hope disappears in 2019?Sunny AndersonThe KitchenValerie BertinelliValerie’s Home Cooking; Kids Baking ChampionshipMelissa d’ArabianGuy’s Grocery GamesRee DrummondThe Pioneer WomanNancy FullerFarmhouse Rules“I can’t wait for fermented vegetables to go away. I’m not a fan of vinegar.”Ina GartenBarefoot Contessa: Cook Like a ProAlex GuarnaschelliChopped; Fix Me a Plate (on foodnetwork.com)“Avocado toast! leave avocados alone. Also, A coconut cannot fix all the world’s problems.”Katie LeeThe Kitchen; Katie Lee Eats Meat, in Sweats (on foodnetwork.com)Jeff MauroThe Kitchen“Sushi that’s not in the shape of sushi, like sushi sandwiches and sushi burritos.”Trisha YearwoodTrisha’s Southern KitchenGeoffrey ZakarianChopped; The Kitchen;Wine Lover’s Vacation Sweepstakes!Enter for a chance to win a three-night stay for two at Chateau Elan Winery & Resort in Braselton, GA. This prize package also includes a wine tasting,…

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dinner time!

I made my New Year’s resolution a little early this year: I decided a few months ago that my husband and I should start eating dinner with our kids. I had this epiphany in the middle of a workday for no particular reason, and I thought we should begin immediately. I sent a text to our sitter not to cook (I mean, not to heat up chicken nuggets) for the kids, and when my husband got home, I announced that going forward, we were all going to eat together at 7 p.m.Minds were blown. A press conference ensued. Sawyer, 9: “But we eat at 5:30! We’ll get hungry! When will I do my homework?” Ellery, 6: “What are we going to have? We don’t like your food. Can we still…

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calendar

JanuaryFebruaryCAKE AND PORTOBELLO MUSHROOMS: RYAN DAUSCH. MIMOSA: RYAN LIEBE. SALMON, GROCERY BAG AND CHOCOLATE COINS: GETTY IMAGES. FRIES AND WALNUTS: ANDREW PURCELL. ELVIS WAFFLE: KARL JUENGEL/STUDIO D. BANANA: LEVI BROWN. WINE GLASS: BEN GOLDSTEIN/STUDIO D. SNOWMAN TREATS PHOTO: RYAN DAUSCH; FOOD STYLING: BARRETT WASHBURNE. DATE BALLS: JOHNNY MILLER. SUPER BOWL DIP: STUART TYSON/STUDIO D. SPRING ROLLS: KANA OKADA. COCOA, GOAT CHEESE HEART AND PANCAKE PHOTOS: RYAN DAUSCH; FOOD STYLING: BARRETT WASHBURNE. POPCORN: ALAMY. CHOCOLATE LETTERS AND CANDLE: GETTY IMAGES. CHOCOLATE OAT TREAT AND FROZEN DRINK: LEVI BROWN. WONTON TREAT: JONATHAN KANTOR. CHICKPEAS: KARL JUENGEL/STUDIO D. GIRL SCOUT COOKIES: MARKO METZINGER/STUDIO D. ■…

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younger and wiser

Quick: Name as many types of wine as you can. If your mind goes blank after chardonnay, merlot and rosé, you’re not alone. In a recent survey, wine drinkers 55 and older could come up with only three off the cuff. Millennials — the savviest group — could name five on average. Impress your date this Valentine’s Day by studying up at foodnetwork.com/wineguide.SOURCE: JORDAN WINERYPHOTO: RYAN DAUSCH; FOOD STYLING: BARRETT WASHBURNE; PROP STYLING: STEPHANIE YEH. ■…

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food news

(SPONGE PHOTO: RYAN DAUSCH)Labor of LoveWomen don’t need a fancy gift from their sweethearts—they just need their better half to volunteer for dish duty. A new study found that the division of dish washing affects relationships more than any other household task. Women in couples who took turns or had help were more satisfied with their relationships and less likely to argue or discuss separating.SOURCE: SOCIUS: SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH FOR A DYNAMIC WORLD(SAUCE BEAUTY: RYAN DAUSCH.)Dressing UpThe secret to healthy hair could be a spoonful of salad dressing: A new food-inspired hair-care line called Sauce Beauty is touting the benefits of ingredients like Greek yogurt, avocado and cayenne pepper. The condiment-style bottles can easily be mistaken for the real thing, so keep them away from the kitchen! $10 each; saucebeauty.com(PUPPY: GETTY…

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