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Food Network Magazine June 2019

Each issue is packed with star recipes and tips, behind-the-scenes scoops and fun, and creative ideas for home cooks. Get Food Network digital magazine subscription today.

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to your health

DINNERS UNDER 500 CALORIES GRILLED PORK TENDERLOIN WITH BLACK RICE Page 66 CALORIES: 470 SEARED SCALLOPS WITH CREAMED CORN PAGE 74 CALORIES: 470 FUSILLI PRIMAVERA PAGE 66 CALORIES: 460 GRILLED CHICKEN WITH STRAWBERRY SALSA PAGE 76 CALORIES: 370 Looking Good The key to clear skin could be in your kitchen: According to new research published by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, eating low-carb foods with a low glycemic index rating can decrease concentrations of a hormone believed to cause acne. Try a low-carb dinner tonight: skillet chicken with escarole (page 70). Wake Up to Avocados Avocado breakfasts are trendy for good reason: Researchers at the Illinois Institute of Technology found that overweight people who replaced carb-heavy breakfast foods with at least half of an avocado reduced their blood-sugar levels and improved blood-vessel flexibility. Get Ahead of Your Cravings Before hitting the gym, think…

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star search

We asked the stars: What’s your favorite no-cook dinner? Anne Burrell Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition pg. 27 Scott Conant Chopped; Best Baker in America pgs. 38, 120 Melissa d’Arabian Guy’s Grocery Games pg. 120 Ree Drummond The Pioneer Woman pg. 120 Guy Fieri Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives; Guy’s Grocery Games; Guy’s Ranch Kitchen pg. 54 Tyler Florence Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition; The Great Food Truck Race; Bite Club pg. 22 Nancy Fuller Spring Baking Championship pg. 27 Ina Garten Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro pg. 92 Duff Goldman Kids Baking Championship; Duff Takes the Cake; Spring Baking Championship pg. 112 Katie Lee The Kitchen; Katie Lee Eats Meat, in Sweats (on foodnetwork.com) pgs. 28, 106 Tara Lipinski Wedding Cake Championship pg. 20 Jeff Mauro The Kitchen pgs. 27, 120 Marc Murphy Chopped pgs. 30, 120 Johnny Weir Wedding Cake Championship pg. 20 Trisha Yearwood Trisha’s Southern Kitchen pg. 120 Molly Yeh Girl Meets Farm pgs. 29, 120 Geoffrey…

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happily ever after

I’d like to put forth a notion about weddings: I think almost everyone who has had one would like a do-over. I don’t mean a different spouse, of course. I mean a tweak here or there. Like, maybe my sister wouldn’t put eight bridesmaids in matching seafoam-green dresses if she could do it again, and maybe my other sister would hire a real pastry chef to make her cake instead of asking me to do it, because I decorated it with twigs. That kind of thing. We put together a special wedding section for this issue, and when I read through the stars’ wedding details (page 120), I couldn’t help but wonder how they feel about their songs and cakes and menus all these years later. Food Network stars Duff Goldman…

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in the know

Dinner in a Drink Bartenders often borrow ingredients from the kitchen, but now they’re making cocktails that taste like full-blown entrées: You can try a cacio e pepe martini (vodka, gouda-infused vermouth and a syrup made from peppery pasta water) at Better Sorts Social Club in Boston. Or you can order tacos al pastor in the form of a drink at Bar Sótano, a new speakeasy beneath Chicago’s Frontera Grill. Steal the idea for your next party and serve this fun taco cocktail from our test kitchen. TACO COCKTAIL Puree ½ cup each tomato juice and beef broth, 6 nacho-flavored chips, ¼ cup cilantro, 4 jalapeño slices, ½ teaspoon ancho chile powder and ¼ teaspoon ground cumin; strain through a fine-mesh sieve. For each cocktail, combine 2 ounces of the tomato mixture, 1…

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food news

When companies rank America’s best places to live, most look at details like cost of living and crime rates. Researchers at Sperling’s BestPlaces took a different approach: They analyzed the number of doughnut shops. Good news for New Englanders: The seven cities with the most shops per capita were in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut; Providence-Warwick, RI, came in first place. For the full list, visit bestplaces.net. Nearly three-quarters of Americans aren’t eating a traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner anymore, according to a national survey. The new standard: two square meals and three mini-meals made up of snacks like cheese and nuts. BEER AND BEYOND For the past 175 years, Pabst Blue Ribbon has meant one thing: beer. But declining sales have inspired the makers of PBR to consider all sorts of spin-off…

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star diary

6:15 a.m. I wake up. We start early in my house to get the kids ready for school. I make coffee (always Equator, my favorite in the world) and breakfast. Today it’s scrambled eggs with sliced avocado and bacon. Since I’m home and not on the road, I drive my 10-year-old, Dorothy, and 12-year-old, Hayden, to school. 8 a.m. I work out in my home gym. Right now I’m all about Peloton. I drink a ton of water while I ride to stay hydrated. 9:15 a.m. I have a meeting with my production company crew to set up our shooting schedule for my Food Network digital series, Great Food Truck Race: The Extra Mile, and to talk about other projects. Right now we are deep into promoting my documentary, Uncrushable, about the…

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