Allrecipes June/July/August 2016

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 allrecipes.com! 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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United States
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Meredith Corporation
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Bimonthly
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本期

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letter from allrecipes

So we’ve been in the kitchen with you, in some form or another, for a long time. And now we’re in your cabinets, too! Allrecipes has just rolled out its first-ever line of cookware and cooking tools, and we feel like proud parents :-) There are three different sets of pots and pans: aluminum Sizzle Sensor cookware (an indicator on the handle turns red when the skillet is hot enough to start cooking—no guessing needed), hard-anodized cookware, and two-toned stainless steel cookware. They come in different-size sets, including some with stackables, so there’s definitely one that’s right for the kind of cook you are (or how much cabinet space you have). And then come the kitchen gadgets: There are the basics like spatulas and spoons, but also smart (and cool) mixers, graters,…

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#trending

YouTube 735 ,42O Views of “How to Make Sushi Rolls,” our most-viewed seafood video on YouTube. 489,499 Views of our “How to Grill Fish” video on YouTube last summer. Apparently, it helped inspire 358,100 Allrecipeeps to search for “grilled seafood recipes” on Allrecipes.com—the second most-sought way to prepare fish (“baked” took the top spot). Allrecipes 23,079,100 Searches for seafood recipes on Allrecipes.com last summer (six times more than in the spring). Salmon topped the list (2.6 million searches), followed by shrimp (1.4 million), tuna (759,000), mahi mahi (566,500), and tilapia (457,600). Pinterest 794 ,O31 Re-pins of community member Tinamenina’s Grilled Salmon I, the most popular seafood recipe of all time on Allrecipes’ Pinterest page. 25 .5 billion How many shrimp Americans eat annually (that’s 105 shrimp per person!). Allrecipeeps love them, too—especially community member Berly15216’s Grilled Garlic and Herb Shrimp, which has…

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the kitchen sink

A little bit of everything: NEWS / PRODUCTS / TRENDS & MORE TAKE IT OFF No cook we know has ever called peeling a 5-pound bag of potatoes fun. But that may change once you’ve laid your hands on this swivel peeler from Williams-Sonoma. Its sleek shape and comfy-to-hold handle give your wrist a break, and its swivel head and ultrasharp blades take peeling out of the drudgery zone and into a happy place. Straight Swivel Peeler, $17 at williams-sonoma.com ON TREND team Brazil! The Summer Olympics are about to kick off in Rio de Janeiro (August 5 to 21), which means we’re going to start hearing a lot more about Brazilian food. So we asked Rita Turner, Allrecipes international digital project manager and a native of Paraná, Brazil, to clue us in on some…

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gardening

Is it really cheaper to grow your own produce than to buy it at the supermarket? We asked Charlie Nardozzi, garden guru of gardeningwithcharlie.com, and Chelsey Fields, vegetable and herb product manager at Burpee Seeds. Both said yes—if you focus on workhorses like these: LEAF LETTUCE MIXES A container of mixed greens can run $5 or more at the supermarket. Spending the same amount on a few packets of seeds can keep you well stocked in salad for months. Plant seeds weekly throughout the cooler ends of the season for a steady supply. CHERRY TOMATOES You can pick dozens off just one small plant. Some varieties will keep producing fruit for months on end. Even if you buy plants instead of seeds, at about $5 per plant, that’s the cost of buying…

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maine

A bout 80 percent of lobsters consumed in the U.S. come from Maine waters. And there are few more satisfying eating experiences than digging lobster meat out of its shell and dipping it into melted butter, or biting into a lobster roll. But Maine cooks are now going way beyond those classics. MAINE FOOD FACT Maine produces about 8O million pounds of wild blueberries a year. Spicy Lobster Burrito WHERE: El El Frijoles, 41 Caterpillar Hill Road, Sargentville; elelfrijoles.com There’s a surprise inside that flour tortilla, alongside the rice, beans, and a sprinkling of cheese: Penobscot lobster cooked in butter, chile achiote paste, and garlic. Fried Lobster Tail on a Stick (aka Wicked Tail) WHERE: Wicked Tails, 4 Spring St., Kennebunkport No need to sit, crack, and pick here. This namesake dish is lobster to…

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recipes you love!

47 REVIEWS prep 15 min cook 15 min ready 30 min serves 4 submitted by: SOMEONESWT Glazed Chicken and Peaches armagazine.com/glazed-chickenand-peaches 4 (6-ounce) boneless, skinless chicken breast halves ¾ teaspoon plus ⅛ teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon plus ⅛ teaspoon black pepper 1 cup peach preserves [From our kitchen: Apricot preserves work well, too.] 1½ tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon low-sodium soy sauce 1½ teaspoons finely chopped garlic 1½ teaspoons Dijon mustard 4 ripe peaches, halved and pitted 1. Preheat an outdoor grill to medium heat (325°F to 375°F). 2. Sprinkle both sides of chicken with ¾ teaspoon salt and ¼ teaspoon pepper. 3. Stir together peach preserves, oil, soy sauce, garlic, mustard, and remaining ⅛ teaspoon salt and ⅛ teaspoon pepper in a bowl. Set aside about ¼ cup for grilling peaches. 4. Lightly oil grate and grill chicken, covered, until golden, about 4 minutes on each side. Brush…

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