Bon Appetit September 2013

Bon Appétit focuses on what's "now" in the world of food, drink, and entertaining, while still giving readers valuable cooking tools, tips, and most of all, recipes. This food lifestyle publication looks at life through the lens of food & cooking in, dining out, travel, entertainment, shopping and design.

País:
United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Conde Nast US
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Monthly
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1 min.
@bonappetit

BE HOLD THE NEW BONAPPETIT.COM! Starting now, things are going to look a little around different here. We’ve overhauled our Web site with tons of cool new features. Here’s what to look for… Kitchen Mode Step-bystep slides to guide you through recipes. A New Recipe Box Like your trusty index cards, but digitized. Inside the BA Test Kitchen Our food team shares its tricks of the trade. Add Your Suggestions An easier way to comment on your favorite recipes. Enhanced Search Find what you’re hungry for, faster than ever. Big, Beautiful Photos More pixels, more power to make you swoon. More Daily Content The latest reporting on food news and trends. ON THE WAY TO OUR HOT 10, WE CAME UP WITH 50 NOMINEES FOR AMERICA’S BEST NEW RESTAURANTS. SEE THE ENTIRE LIST AT BONAPPETIT.COM/GO/50BEST.…

2 min.
editor’s letter

THAT ’ 70S CHOW I DON’T KNOW ABOUT YOU, but when I was a kid in Washington, DC, going out to dinner was a big deal. Onee a month or so, my parents would pile my brother, my sister, and me into our banged-up, coffee-colored Dodge wagon and we’d truck off to a spot like Bish Thompson’s in Bethesda, Maryland, This was one of those nautical-the med seafood restaurants with captain’s wheels on the wall, netting on the ceiling, glowing fish tanks in the dining room, and mints at the door. It was like having dinner at an amusement park. Same with Yenching Palace in Washington’s Cleveland Park, with its neon-lit Chinatown-style facade, radioactive-red Shirley Temples, and crisp, golden shrimp toast. On a couple of occasions, my dad took me to Sir Walter…

10 min.
r.s.v.p. special chefs’-request edition

THE CLAM AND BACON PIZZA FROM AREA FOUR IN CAMBRIDGE, MA, HAS JUST THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF SEA FLAVOR AND SALTY, SMOKY BACON. IT’S FREAKIN’ DELICIOUS—I WANT ONE RIGHT NOW! —CHEF MATTHEW GAUDET, West Bridge, Cambridge, MA CLAM AND BACON PIZZA 4 SERVINGS Blanched garlic, which is sweet and mild, is blended with briny clam liquor and olive oil to make a creamy white sauce for this unconventional pizza. 2 heads of garlic, separated into cloves, peeled 24 littleneck clams, scrubbed 2 Tbsp. olive oil plus more 8 oz. thick-cut bacon, sliced crosswise ¼" thick 1 lb. prepared pizza dough, room temperature 1 oz. Pecorino, finely grated (about ½ cup) Fresh flat-leaf parsley leaves and crushed red pepper flakes (for serving) Bring garlic and 4 cups water to a boil in a medium saucepan. Drain. Repeat process twice more. On final…

1 min.
the ba arsenal

ICEBERG AHEAD! In a world now ruled by kale salad, the iceberg wedge should be obsolete. Fortunately, this hunk of supercrisp iceberg lettuce cloaked in tangy blue-cheese dressing and topped with everything from bacon to avocado showed up this year at many of our favorite new spots-Jeffrey’s in Austin, Parka in Minneapolis, Chez Sardine in New York. And why not? There’s no subtext with the wedge (none of that "I’m healthy!"). Its only goal is to please. And in the end, isn’t that what we want from our food? —SCOTT DESIMON…

1 min.
they’re everywhere : dish network

At today’s hottest tables, the organic-shaped, vintage-inspired plates are as much of an attraction as the meal itself 1 Jeffrey’s; Austin Match Pewter “Scribed Rim” charger, $235; didriks.com 2 Little Country Gentleman; St. Louis Small rectangular slate board, $10; crateandbarrel.com 3 Pêche Seafood Grill; New Orleans “Evolution” Granite coupe plate, $661 for 36; dudson.com 4 Forequarter; Madison, WI Greg Hartman cheese board, $32; shop.underground foodcollective.org 5 Antique Taco; Chicago Vintage bowl, $7–$20; fishseddy.com 6 Spoon Bar & Kitchen; Dallas “Craft Collection” 6" terra-cotta coupe plate, $9; steelite.com for information 7 Eventide Oyster Co.; Portland, ME Alison Evans small oyster plate, $46, and medium oyster plate, $60; aeceramics.com 8 Rye; Leawood, KS “Craft Collection” 5" green bowl, $14, and 10" blue coupe bowl, $25; steelite.com for information 9 Alma; Los Angeles Heath Rim Line “Opaque White” bread and butter plate,…

1 min.
know-it-all keri russell on…

The art of eating (and drinking) out: An afternoon glass of wine is totally Wine with the Austenland star. Bad music? Not so much. Music Makes the Meal "I like music in restaurants—when it’s used well. I’ve spent a lot of kitchen time dancing to Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros’ ’Man on Fire.’ Embrace Happy Hour "It’s always okay to have an afternoon glass of wine. I’m a mother of two. Isn’t it in the rule book?" Don’t Obsess Overprice "It doesn’t always reflect a restaurant’s quality. If a place is cozy and delicious, it’s so much better than having eight courses and being uptight.". Go Early "I eat alone a lot, so I love finding a tucked-away-in-the-corner spot with my book, just when they open." Define Your Night "Maybe I’m old, but to me, ’going out’ means going…