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Food Network Magazine May 2020

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Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst
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Monthly
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1 min.
to your health

DINNERS UNDER 500 CALORIES LENTIL AND QUINOA SOUP PAGE 56 CALORIES: 490 CAULIFLOWER FRIED RICE WITH SHRIMP PAGE 58 CALORIES: 460 GRILLED PORK TENDERLOIN WITH CABBAGE SALAD PAGE 57 CALORIES: 470 GREEN BEAN–MUSHROOM TACOS PAGE 58 CALORIES: 490 Yogurt for the Win A recent study from researchers at Vanderbilt University found that a combination of dietary fiber and yogurt can help prevent lung cancer. Participants who consumed the highest amounts of both had a 33 percent lower risk of lung cancer compared to the group who consumed the least. Bring on the Guac! Make an extra batch of guacamole on Cinco de Mayo: A new study from researchers at the University of Guelph in Canada discovered that a fat molecule found only in avocados (avocatin B) can help delay or prevent diabetes and manage obesity. Try Guy Fieri’s guacamole on page 102. Looking Good Green tea is rich…

2 min.
star search

We asked the stars: What was your favorite dinner when you were a kid? Sunny Anderson The Kitchen pg. 24 Scott Conant Chopped; Chopped Sweets pg. 20 Ree Drummond The Pioneer Woman pg. 74 Guy Fieri Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives; Guy’s Grocery Games; Guy’s Ranch Kitchen; Tournament of Champions pg. 97 “Whatever wasn’t whole-grain or macrobiotic!” Bobby Flay Beat Bobby Flay; Iron Chef America and Brunch @ Bobby’s (both on Cooking Channel) pg. 110 Nancy Fuller Spring Baking Championship pg. 76 Ina Garten Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro pg. 84 Alex Guarnaschelli Supermarket Stakeout; Chopped; Iron Chef America (on Cooking Channel); Fix Me a Plate (on foodnetwork.com) pg. 38 “When my mother or father made pasta—as a kid I don’t think you can beat that.” Judy Joo Iron Chef America (on Cooking Channel) pg. 26 Jeff Mauro The Kitchen pg. 24 Molly Yeh Girl Meets Farm pgs. 24, 87 Geoffrey Zakarian Chopped; The Kitchen; Iron Chef America (on Cooking Channel) pg. 73 “Macaroni and cheese! Bonus points if…

2 min.
out of the box

a few years ago I took my kids to dinner at my sister’s house and right after we arrived, my older daughter, Sawyer, pulled me into the hallway for a private conversation. “Mom!” she shoutwhispered. “Uncle Dave is making a box cake!” She’d spotted a cake mix on the counter and it didn’t seem right: Uncle Dave was not the kind of guy who would turn to Betty Crocker for help with dessert. He cooks steaks sous vide on weeknights and rolls his own sushi at his sons’ birthday parties. I glanced back into the kitchen and had to break the news to Sawyer: The box in question was actually just Swans Down cake flour. I could see the disappointment on her face when I told her. She’d been begging…

2 min.
may

1 Happy May Day! Have fun with edible flowers: Add some to a salad or serve on crostini with goat cheese. 2 Derby Day! Make a Triple Crown three-layer grilled cheese: Top a cooked sandwich with an extra slice of cheese and bread. Flip and cook. 3 4 May the fourth be with you: Bake some refrigerated cinnamon rolls today—they look like Princess Leia’s hair! 5 Try huevos rancheros in an avocado for Cinco de Mayo! Bake an egg in an avocado half at 425*, 18 minutes. Top with pico de gallo and tortilla chips. 6 7 Make a sweet gift for Teacher Appreciation Week: Bake sugar cookie dough in strips and decorate to look like rulers. 8 Cheers to the weekend! Give your beer a kick: Add a splash of brine from a jar of pickled…

1 min.
in the know

Hall of Flame Has our obsession with Flamin’ Hot Cheetos gone too far? Restaurant chefs are incorporating the spicy snack into ice cream, tacos, mac and cheese, and more. “Flamin’ Haute” has even become a fashion movement, inspiring a fiery runway show at New York Fashion Week in September. And the biggest endorsement yet is coming from Hollywood, in the form of a movie about the snack’s invention. Get a taste of what all the hype is about: Sprinkle crushed Flamin’ Hot Cheetos on a bagel with cream cheese. PHOTO: RALPH SMITH; FOOD STYLING: ADRIENNE ANDERSON.…

3 min.
food news

8 THINGS you need to know this month A lot of us could use a QUESADILLA-MAKING LESSON: In a recent survey, two-thirds of people said they layer cheese between two tortillas. According to tradition, that’s not quite right—you should use one tortilla and fold it in half. SOURCE: V&V SUPREMO WINE is the new paint. This print might be just what you need for a wineloving mom on Mother’s Day: Artist Elysia Myers thickens wine until it reaches a paint-like consistency, then applies it with a cork. From $28; elysiamyerswineart.com In a recent study, kids who watched a healthy cooking show were three times more likely to choose fresh fruit for a snack over pretzels or chips than kids who watched an episode that showcased burgers and fries. SOURCE: JOURNAL OF NUTRITION EDUCATION AND BEHAVIOR HIS CHEDDAR IS…