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July/August 2021
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2 min.
it’s time to hit the road

CITIES WITH SOUL Whether you want the cool, urban vibe of the ATL, Victorian-era architecture and dazzling skyline of Savannah, artsy energy and thriving food scene of Columbus, or the live music and historic sights in Augusta, Georgia’s soulful cities are hard to beat. Steeped in history, packed with attractions, and humming with culinary talent, Georgia’s cities are a must-do. MOUNTAINSIDE MOMENTS North Georgia is home to thousands of acres of state parks and national forest, spreading from Pine Mountain in the northeastern corner of the state all the way over to Cloudland Canyon in the northwest corner. Within this wooded and mountainous region are miles of trails, hundreds of waterfalls, charming towns, lakes, rivers, and streams. It’s easy to spread out and find your own space in north Georgia. And when you…

1 min.
to your health

Looking Good Get your vitamin C, then smile: Researchers from the University of Washington say that gum problems could be linked to a vitamin C deficiency. Just one cup of fresh strawberries has more than your daily requirement, so stock up and try the strawberry-quinoa salad on page 81. Can Raw Foods Make You Happy? Maybe! A recent study published in Frontiers in Psychology found that feelings of well-being were highest among those who consumed around five servings of raw fruits and vegetables per day. Make a dip to serve with crudités: Puree two 5-ounce packages soft garlic-and-herb cheese in a food processor; add 2 chopped Persian cucumbers, season with pepper and pulse. We ❤ Fish Try the whole grilled fish on page 100—your heart will thank you! According to new research published in Mayo…

2 min.
star search

“I was a camp counselor many years ago. If I could do it all over again I’d love to teach culinary arts or arts and crafts.” “I would teach baseball to pay homage to my past life as a baseball player before the injury that shifted my focus to the culinary world.” “Kickball. I’m ‘retired’ now but I’ve won many adult kickball championships!” If you were a summer camp counselor, what would you teach? How the Stars Give Back When one of Sunny Anderson’s dogs, Ella Edam, passed away last year, she wanted to honor her memory by adopting from a great rescue organization—and she met two pups she couldn’t resist at The Center for Animal Health & Welfare. “This place truly impressed me,” says Sunny. “They know how to run a rescue with the…

2 min.
top this!

burgers have been a hot topic lately—and not just because we’re all excited for grilling season: Some other food publications have decided to ban beef from their test kitchens, and as you can see from our cover, we’re not taking the same path. We cook with any and every ingredient in our kitchen and figure you can decide what’s right for you. In this issue we’re celebrating the burger in all its forms: classic burgers, quirky regional burgers, and—for those of you who want to cut back on beef—vegetarian burgers, too. That’s the great thing about America the Burgerful: You can have your patty any way you like it! Once we decided to go big on burgers, we had to settle on which one to show on the cover. We wanted…

1 min.
calendar

July August ICE POP: J MUCKLE. BUNDT CAKE: CON POULOS. MAPLE SYRUP: GETTY IMAGES. COCKTAIL, STRAWBERRY TOAST AND GRILLED CHEESE: LEVI BROWN. CAPRESE SALAD: CHARLES MASTERS. MUFFIN, GRANOLA AND ONION RINGS: RYAN DAUSCH. CRÊPE, BAGELS AND FREEZE-DRIED PEACHES: RALPH SMITH. WINE: BEN GOLDSTEIN. SUNFLOWER AND JULIA CHILD: GETTY IMAGES. GRILLED STRAWBERRIES AND TRAIL MIX: LEVI BROWN. RED STRIPE BEER: SHUTTERSTOCK. BOURBON ICED TEA AND WAFFLES: RYAN DAUSCH. RICE PUDDING: ALAMY. PIEROGI AND WATERMELON SALAD: ANTONIS ACHILLEOS. MARTINI: J MUCKLE. ZUCCHINI CROSTINI: ANDREW MCCAUL. FRIED HALLOUMI: ANDREW PURCELL. COCKTAIL: RALPH SMITH. MANGO PEANUT BUTTER TOAST: BEN GOLDSTEIN.…

2 min.
new on the shelf

Snacking for Good The folks at Good Food Brands are curating mail-order boxes with snacks from Black-owned businesses. Order one—or a subscription—and you’ll be supporting multiple companies at the same time. August is a great time to start: It’s National Black Business Month. $35; goodfoodbrands.org Chef-Approved Cat Food Bobby Flay’s Maine coon, Nacho, is taking after his dad and entering the food biz. The feline is the face behind Made by Nacho, a new line of wet and dry cat food and protein treats in flavors like Duck Liver, Cage-Free Chicken and Sustainably Caught Salmon. From $1.50; PetSmart and madebynacho.com The Sweetest Makeup The food-themed beauty products just keep coming: Chipotle and Peeps released limitededition makeup collections earlier this year, and now HipDot makeup has partnered with Reese’s to create eyeshadow palettes and lip balms…