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Food Network Magazine September 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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time to share

How do you get dinner on the table when you already have a lot on your plate—and still find time for family fun? Simply swap the time you spend shopping for groceries for time spent with your kids by using ame Day Delivery from Target. With it, you can get anything for everyday delivered right to your door! Of all the things you can buy, the most amazing thing is time. Use your extra free time to show off your hoop skills and challenge your child to a game of one-on-one. Or take a hike and head for the hills to explore new trails. And why not spend an extra hour at the playground soaking up some afternoon sunshine? It’s easy when you know that your groceries will be waiting for…

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to your health

DINNERS UNDER 500 CALORIES GRILLED FLANK STEAK WITH MOZZARELLA AND BASIL PAGE 66 CALORIES: 490 GRILLED SHRIMP SKEWERS AND PLANTAINS PAGE 72 CALORIES: 490 GINGER PORK AND EGGPLANT STIR-FRY PAGE 72 CALORIES: 400 BUCATINI WITH FRESH TUNA PAGE 76 CALORIES: 480 Looking Good If you’re prone to red, itchy skin, you may want to cut back on salt. In a new study, researchers at the Technical University of Munich found that patients with atopic dermatitis (eczema) had up to 30 times more sodium in their skin than patients without the condition. Keep this in mind when you’re seasoning a dish: One teaspoon of salt contains 2,325 milligrams of sodium, which is more than most people should have in an entire day! Can Fish Make You Happier? A recent study published by the American Medical Association found that omega-3 fatty acids can help reduce anxiety. Salmon, mackerel,…

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star search

We asked the stars: Which retro food deserves a comeback? “I think we’re actually seeing 1970s cuisine come back now: dishes like prime rib, Dover sole and grasshopper cakes.”“Surimi—fish that resembles crabmeat. I used it in my catering business and everyone would beg for my hot crab dip recipe.”“Beef stroganoff. I hated it as a kid, but my brother loved it. Creamy, beefy, noodle-y. It hits all the points.”“Steak Diane. It was the first fancy meal I ever had at a restaurant.” NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Food Network Magazine Food Network & Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by Capital One Sweepstakes. Sponsored by Hearst Magazine Media, Inc. Beginning July 30, 2019, at 12:01 a.m. ET, through September 9, 2019, at 11:59 p.m. ET, go…

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kidsthese days

When we were planning this issue, an editor here suggested that we run a recipe for whole black sea bass as a kids’ meal. I imagined bringing the platter of fish to the table for my daughters one night—the head still on, its beady eyes staring up at them. If any other editor had pitched this recipe, I would have said we should go with something a little less…advanced for our young readers. But the idea came from Alex Guarnaschelli’s 12-year-old daughter, Ava, who guest-edited this month’s kids’ issue (page 135) along with Geoffrey Zakarian’s daughters Madeline, 12, and Anna, 10, and Jeff Mauro’s son Lorenzo, 11. So who were we to argue? One of the assignments for our guest editors was to put together a feature about their favorite family…

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september

1 This is the most common month for birthdays! Try a sapphire birthstone cocktail: Pour 1½ ounces each vodka and blue curacao over ice; top with seltzer. 2 Serve pool pops for Labor Day: Fill ice pop molds with gummy fish. Top with lemon-lime soda and freeze until solid. 5 Back to school! Whip up breakfast in a mug: Whisk 2 eggs, a splash of milk, salt, pepper and ¼ cup shredded cheddar. Microwave, stirring twice, 1 minute. 7 It’s Independence Day in Brazil. Try shortcut Brazilian cheese bread: Stuff biscuit dough with cubed cheese. Roll into a ball and bake at 350°, 15 minutes. 9 California became a state on this day in 1850. Make California roll guacamole: Mash avocados with diced cucumber, crabmeat and roasted seaweed. 13 NYC was made the US capital…

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the goods

This fun set adds a splash of color to the dinner table—see the blue forks in action on page 146. Make a big batch of the pulled pork on page 97 in this turquoise pot. Find all of these products in Kohl’s stores and at kohls.com. These beachy napkins are perfect for the Labor Day menu on page 114. Make a round of the beer floats on page 124 in these sturdy glasses. Get into the meal-prepping game (see page 91) with these all-purpose boards. Upgrade your strainer, then make the bacon and egg pasta on our cover! See page 87 for the recipe.…

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