Allrecipes August/September 2019

Introducing brand-new Allrecipes…the only magazine that brings you the absolute best of the best from over 43,000 tried-and-true family favorites on! Each issue brings you hundreds of secrets you won’t see anywhere else – fast tips to save you time and money, step-by-step how-to’s, and ideas to help you put your own spin on every dish!

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letter from allrecipes

August. …HOT SUMMER DAYS …HOMEGROWN TOMATOES …BACK TO SCHOOL WAIT—already??? When I see school supplies on sale, I start thinking about fall. And when buses of kids are once again on their route in my neighborhood, it marks a change in seasons for me, regardless of what the calendar says. This is my time to reset after going on summer vacations and ignoring indoor projects. In this issue, you’ll find recipes and ideas that make the most of late summer and early fall. Ratatouille on page 48 is the perfect one-pot dish that uses many end-of-summer veggies. On page 11, get four recipes that you and your friends can make ahead together. And if you love a good tater tot, don’t miss page 64. P.S.: We have lots of smart codes in the magazine that take…

all recipes

Editorial & Design EDITOR IN CHIEF Jennifer Dorland Darling CREATIVE DIRECTOR Michael D. Belknap Executive Editor NICHOLE AKSAMIT Managing Editor DOUG CRICHTON Senior Associate Art Director KYLI HASSEBROCK Senior Associate Editor CAITLYN DIIMIG, RD Contributing Copy Editor DIANE PENNINGROTH Contributing Health Editor MARGE PERRY Editorial Administrative Assistant COURTNEY BUSH Interns Ashley Flaws Lauren Sweers Test Kitchen Lynn Blanchard Sarah Brekke Linda Brewer, RD Juli Hale Colleen Weeden CONTRIBUTORS Shelley Caldwell Ramona Cruz-Peters Terri Fredrickson Brianna Greene Jolene Hart Kane Hassebrock Emily Paster James Rodewald Dan Whalen Mary Williams Photographers Kim Cornelison Kathryn Gamble Andy Lyons Blaine Moats Brie Passano Stylists Lindsay Berger Kelsey Bulat Ashley Cervantes Sam Gallo Lauren Knoelke Greg Luna Sammy Mila Sue Mitchell Dianna Nolin Charlie Worthington Kelsi Ziemann Advertising & Business SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT/GROUP PUBLISHER Mark Josephson VICE PRESIDENT Karla T. Partilla PUBLISHER David Ginsberg ADVERTISING NEW YORK: 212-455-1110 Account Managers Maggie Connolly Alison Fernandez Associate Business Development…

all in for the win

MEAL-PREP PARTY TIMELINE Two Days Ahead Prepare grocery list. Shop for or order groceries for delivery tomorrow. One Day Ahead Clear out some fridge and freezer space. Organize groceries and round up supplies. Make pinwheels and sangria slush, if desired, for party snacks. Ask guests to bring any supplies you lack. Day Of 1. Preheat oven to 400°F. Set out supplies. 2. Cook pasta shells for manicotti and set aside on a greased tray. This will free up your 8-qt. pot (and a burner) for soup. 3. Ask one team of two people to prep the sweet potatoes for the burritos and get them roasting, while the other team of two preps the ingredients for the soup. 4. Have the first team move on to making the manicotti filling and assembling the pans of pasta. Ask the second team…

kitchen smarts

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vin & vigor

It makes a mean pickle and, sipped straight up, it’s sure to make you pucker. But apple cider vinegar, ACV for short, also can make hair shine and skin glow. Unpasteurized ACV is rich in probiotic bacteria (often referenced on the bottle as the “mother”). And even pasteurized ACV is rich in prebiotic pectin. So consuming a little of either can support healthy digestive flora. That in turn supports beneficial bacteria that live on the surface of the skin, which can reduce breakouts and lessen redness, dryness, and irritation. When applied topically, the acid in ACV reinforces a healthy skin pH. ACV’s natural astringent properties also soothe inflammation and exfoliate dead skin cells, making it a popular skincare ingredient. If you’re using apple cider vinegar from your pantry as a DIY astringent…

what to do in atlanta

1 STROLL & SNACK AT PONCE CITY MARKET The historic Sears, Roebuck & Co. building was renovated in 2014 and is now a modern food hall and market ( with a trendy industrial vibe. You can meet friends there for a coffee, browse unique shops, or grab a bite. Its Central Food Hall has more than 30 restaurants to choose from—including one of my favorites, Indian street food spot Botiwalla. It’s foodie heaven! 2 BUILD YOUR OWN POKÉ BOWL AT THE POKÉSPOT For a quick bite that won’t break the bank, try The PokéSpot ( son introduced us to this place, which is popular with many Georgia State University students.The ingredients are fresh, and the combos are endless. 3 GET ’ZA AT ANTICO PIZZA NAPOLETANA The pizzeria in Little Italia (, an Italian food hub…