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Taste of Home

Taste of Home October/November 2019

Every issue is jam-packed with 100+ delicious, home-style recipes & tips—all made with easy, everyday ingredients—and all shown in FULL COLOR!

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6 Issues


1 min.
a season to celebrate

Let other holidays have their gifts, elaborate decorations and fancy clothes. Thanksgiving is more elemental than that—loads of amazing food, family and friends, and a pause to be grateful for all the joys we have in our lives. No need for anything else—except maybe pants with a little stretch. Of course, the classics are in demand at the Thanksgiving table, and we’ve got some of our very best for you. Our Five-Star Thanksgiving recipes, starting on page 34, are most loved by our readers. They’ll have your guests begging for seconds (and perhaps a to-go container of leftovers), so be sure you make enough. Browned butter mashed potatoes? Yes, please. And, with temperatures dropping, now is the perfect time to try out some winning recipes from our Best Ever Baking Contest (page…

2 min.
taste of home

EDITORIAL CHIEF CONTENT OFFICER Beth Tomkiw CONTENT DIRECTOR Jeanne Sidner DEPUTY EDITOR James Schend SENIOR EDITOR Rachel Bernhard Seis SENIOR FOOD EDITOR Peggy Woodward, RDN FOOD EDITOR Rashanda Cobbins CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Lisa A. Beach, Nan Bialek, Amanda Kippert, Joann Pan, Elizabeth Russell Design SENIOR ART DIRECTOR Kristin Bowker SENIOR DESIGNER Julianne Petrasko Test Kitchen EXECUTIVE CULINARY DIRECTOR Sarah Farmer RECIPE EDITOR/RECIPE TESTER Alicia Rooker, RDN FOOD STYLISTS Shannon Norris (senior), Josh Rink ASSOCIATE CULINARY PRODUCERS Sarah Tramonte, Audrey Rompon PREP KITCHEN MANAGER Catherine Ward CULINARY ASSISTANTS Sarah Fischer, Maggie Knoebel, Beth McGuire Visual Production DIRECTOR Stephanie Marchese PHOTOGRAPHERS Mark Derse, Dan Roberts SENIOR SET STYLIST Melissa Franco MARKET PRODUCER/SET STYLIST Stacey Genaw VIDEO PRODUCERS Matt Fukuda (senior), Sam Kirkegaard VIDEO EDITOR Tracy Kasik CONTRIBUTING FOOD STYLIST Sue Draheim Copy Desk COPY CHIEF Deb Warlaumont Mulvey COPY EDITORS Dulcie Shoener (senior), Amy Rabideau Silvers, Ann Walter CONTRIBUTING COPY EDITOR Chris McLaughlin Editorial Services MANAGER Kelly…

1 min.
contact us

customercare@tasteofhome.com tasteofhome.com/customercare TASTE OF HOME CUSTOMER CARE PO BOX 5294 HARLAN IA 51593-0794 To find us online tasteofhome.com facebook.com/tasteofhome pinterest.com/taste_of_home instagram.com/tasteofhome twitter.com/tasteofhome To submit a recipe tasteofhome.com/submit To contact our editors TASTE OF HOME 1610 N 2ND ST STE 102 MILWAUKEE WI 53212-3906 tasteofhome.com/feedback To find single issues and learn about other Taste of Home products shoptasteofhome.com To advertise in Taste of Home kathy.west@TrustedMediaBrands.com Consumer information Taste of Home may share information about you with third parties for the purpose of offering products and services that may interest you. If you would rather not receive such offers via postal mail, please write to Taste of Home Customer Mailing List, PO Box 3115, Harlan IA 51593-0181. You can also visit www.tmbi.com/preference-center to manage your preferences and opt out of receiving such offers via email. Please see our Privacy Policy at www.tmbi.com/privacy-policy.…

1 min.
more toh bakeable from tasteofhome

LOVE TO BAKE? JOIN US If you love both the science and sweetness of whipping up perfect cookies, cakes and pies, we invite you to join Bakeable, a community of bakers who share advice, try new techniques and challenge their skills. Learn more online, sign up for our Bakeable newsletter and our Facebook group. Can’t wait to see you there. tasteofhome.com/bakeable Ready, Set, Celebrate We’re as excited as ever for the winter holidays that are right around the corner, but why wait? There are reasons to celebrate year-round. Find recipes for every special occasion in the Holiday & Celebrations 2019 annual cookbook. Order today for a free 30-day preview. tasteofhomebooks.com/HDAY9 Shiny New Toys Be among the first to try our new Taste of Home cookware and bakeware. Our Test Kitchen experts meticulously tested each product before signing…

3 min.
harvest hummus

Flavor Watch Tahini This creamy paste made from ground sesame seeds is the secret behind hummus’ smooth texture and nutty profile, but lately it’s turning up in everything from cookies and cakes to smoothies and oatmeal. It has a mild nutty flavor and spreads like a dream, much like your favorite nut butter. In fact, tahini can be used in any recipe that calls for nut butter. Swirl it into brownie batter or stir it into a creamy pasta sauce; even slathered over plain ol’ toast, tahini tastes fab. Try our favorite brand, Soom, and start getting creative in the kitchen. Soom Foods Pure Ground Sesame Tahini $17/2 amazon.com Creamy Pumpkin Hummus In a food processor, combine one 15-oz. can rinsed, drained garbanzo beans, 1 cup canned pumpkin, ⅓ cup tahini, ¼ cup olive oil,…

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pet love spooky snacks

STAY SEASONAL Like humans, dogs love eating fresh, in-season produce. Melissa Young, a veterinarian at Bideawee, a pet rescue organization based in New York City, recommends incorporating fiber-rich and easy-to-digest sweet potato or pumpkin into homemade dog treats. Other seasonal ingredients to reach for include apples (without seeds) and carrots. “Carrots and apples not only taste good, but they are also rich in antioxidants and vitamins,” she says. “Apples are a good source of vitamin C while carrots pack a vitamin A punch.” PUP-ZELS If you really want to treat your pet, bake up a wholesome snack with a twist. Becky Hardin of thecookierookie.com spoils her dog Scout with Oat & Apple Pretzel Dog Treats (recipe right). With just four ingredients, they come together easily. And when you’re snacking on sweets, Fido and…