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Food Network Magazine March 2019

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to your health

DINNERS UNDER 500 CALORIESBACON AND KIMCHI NOODLE STIR-FRYPAGE 67CALORIES: 430ASIAN CHICKEN NOODLE SOUPPAGE 70CALORIES: 430PORK MARSALA WITH POLENTAPAGE 70CALORIES: 420INSTANT POT SHRIMP RISOTTOPAGE 72CALORIES: 460The Price Is RightOrganic foods may be worth the higher price tag. A new French study of 70,000 adults found that participants who frequently consume organic dairy, meat and produce had 25 percent fewer cancer diagnoses than those who don’t eat organic foods. There was an especially steep drop in diagnoses of lymphoma and postmenopausal breast cancer. Make a big batch of chili from the booklet on page 96—and spring for organic meat!Looking GoodYou’ve probably heard that probiotics help with digestion, but they may help your skin, too. Small studies have linked probiotic consumption to acne reduction as well as skin hydration and elasticity, motivating beauty…

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star search

We asked the stars: What food most reminds you of home?Valerie BertinelliValerie’s Home Cooking; Kids Baking Championship; Family Food Showdown pg. 50Maneet ChauhanChopped pg. 34Ree DrummondThe Pioneer Woman pg. 88Nancy FullerSpring Baking Championship pg. 47“Daal chawal, a lentil stew with rice. It was part of every meal growing up—there’s something very comforting about it.”Ina GartenBarefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro pg. 92Duff GoldmanKids Baking Championship; Spring Baking Championship; Buddy vs. Duff pg. 26Alex GuarnaschelliChopped; Fix Me a Plate (on pg. 12Katie LeeThe Kitchen; Katie Lee Eats Meat, in Sweats (on pg. 49“My grandma’s biscuits and sausage gravy. Those biscuits were the first thing I ever learned to cook growing up in West Virginia, and I make them whenever I’m homesick.”“Giardiniera. In Chicago we eat it with almost every…

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italy vacation sweepstakes!

Enter for a chance to win a walking adventure for two in Umbria, Italy. The prize includes boutique-hotel accommodations for seven nights, daily breakfast, one lunch, four dinners, a wine tasting and detailed maps and route notes for a walking tour. The winner will also receive $2,500 for transportation costs! Visit to enter. ■…

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star diary

Alex’s breakfast plans include coffee—and monkfish liver!5:43 a.m. I wake up and need coffee immediately, but nothing is open! Grrrroowl…is that a word?6:07 a.m. I jump in the car and head to the New York City studio where we film Chopped. I get dressed and made up.7:49 a.m. I have watery coffee and coconut chia pudding. I stare at some scones as I chew the pudding. On Chopped days I’m often eating one thing and staring at another that I wish I could eat!8:02 a.m. I take my seat on set alongside judges Geoffrey Zakarian and Martha Stewart. In the first Mystery Basket we have a mushroom cocktail, winter melon, snow pea tips and monkfish liver8:35 a.m. As we wait to taste the first round, I eat two spoonfuls of…

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what gets alex through the day

Dior Backstage Airflash spray foundation“I wear this on Chopped. My secret is to mix two shades, #301 and #401.” $62; dior.comPeter Thomas Roth 24K Gold Hydra-Gel Eye Patches“So cooling! And they get rid of puffiness.” $75; peterthomasroth.comMAC Prep + Prime Fix+“I spritz my face with this in between takes to freshen up.” $26; maccosmetics.comLaura Mercier Crème Smooth Lip Colour“I love the Red Armour color.” $28; lauramercier.comCOFFEE: GETTY IMAGES. HOT CHOCOLATE AND GRAPEFRUIT: LEVI BROWN. ■…

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the comfort zone

Quick question, don’t overthink it: What’s your favorite comfort food?Sometime last fall we decided to turn this issue into a comfort food edition. March seemed like the right time, in that it’s the worst time, right? It’s still cold in most places, there’s not one national holiday that warrants a day off from work or school, and on top of that, we lose an hour of sleep on the 10th for daylight savings. An issue full of feel-good food seemed like just what we’d need to get us all over the last hump of winter. But there was one problem: When I went around the office asking staff members to name their favorite comfort food, I got a different answer from each person: fried chicken, chili, mac and cheese, chicken…