Allrecipes June/July/August 2017

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!

United States
Meredith Corporation
6 期号


hello, allrecipeeps!

I’m the new kid on the magazine team, and I’m excited to be part of the world’s largest community of home cooks. Yikes! That’s a little scary when I think about it. Fortunately for me, this is one awesome place to work, and everyone on the team is super helpful. Just like we want to be for you in the kitchen. Think of us as your go-to cooking resource: a place to be inspired and to learn how to make a recipe just right for you and your family. And we do it using tips and suggestions contributed by 85 million home cooks from around the world. Our magazine team helps, too, by sharing aha ideas we learn while testing the recipes. The entire Allrecipes community has got you covered! This…

get the look

DIY DECOR MINI PINEAPPLES PINECONES METALLIC PAINT AIR PLANTS* 1. Stand pinecones upright on a newspaper-lined surface. 2. Paint with spray primer, followed by gold or copper metallic spray paint. Let dry completely, at least two hours. 3. Affix an air plant to each pinecone tip with a clear adhesive such as E6000. * Sold at floral shops for $3 to $7, these living plants don’t need soil to grow. To keep them fresh, dip the plant (not the pinecone) in water every two weeks. “I love that this pot heats up quickly and fits easily into my backpack. It’s one of the best outdoor-cooking tools I’ve ever used.”—DIANA71“These are lightweight, sturdy, and easy to store! I really appreciate the serrated edges and the holes to hang them when folded.”—LIZ DALTON EDITOR’S PICK Igloo Trailmate We just couldn’t resist a cooler…

camp cooking

Gone are the days of having to pack heavy skillets and bulky pots to go camping. Just like lightweight sleeping bags and pop-up tents, camping cookware has entered the 21st century, and it’s easier than ever to whip up a meal in the middle of the woods! We’ve rounded up a few helpful cooking tools and asked some of our Allstars* to rate how well they work in the wild. (Psst! Be sure to check out page 69 for some campfire recipes to put these tools to use.) 1. BioLite CookStove Its USB-rechargeable fan powers up to 30 hours of smokeless cooking. $80 at 2. Sea to Summit X-Pot Collapsible Cookware An aluminum base allows for a fast boil time, while the silicone walls fold flat for easy storage. $45 and up at…

modern naturals

Goode Grain platter Wood-grain texture and pattern seem ultrachic in white and chocolate porcelain. $32 at Le Creuset salt and pepper grinders The ombre finish means they’ll work with several shades of green. $38 each, in palm, at Del Conca wood-look tile Matte gray porcelain gives backsplashes and floors the look of petrified wood. $2.29 per tile at KitchenAid 5-quart stand mixer The countertop icon now comes in green apple. $430 at Peekaboo color Using a vibrant hue inside kitchen cabinets, even if yours don’t have nifty rollaway shutter doors like these, is a great way to enliven a space without overwhelming it.…

honey do

Loading up on refined sugar may be a major don’t for skin health, but sweetening your tea or dessert with a little honey is a definite do. Unlike other sources of sugar, honey is anti-inflammatory and packed with beautifying compounds, one reason it has been used as both food and medicine for thousands of years. Every sticky drizzle is loaded with antioxidants that support healthy skin—as well as cellbuilding amino acids and anti-aging phytochemicals. Honey also has trace amounts of vitamins and minerals, including collagen-building vitamin C, iron, B vitamins, magnesium, and copper. Honey’s health and beauty benefits have no expiration date. Its acidity, trace amounts of naturally-occurring hydrogen peroxide, and lack of water create an environment inhospitable to bacteria. Honey can last without spoiling for years—even centuries. Those same bacteria-fighting powers…


where to get it THE KEY LIME FESTIVAL July 1-4, 2017, Key West NORMAN LOVE CONFECTIONS 11380 Lindbergh Boulevard, Fort Myers (and other locations) HALF SHELL RAW BAR 231 Margaret Street, Key West Residents of the Florida Keys created this deceptively simple dessert in the 1800s, combining the juice of local limes with egg yolks and sweetened condensed milk. Key limes are smaller (the size of golf balls) and bolder than the more common Persian limes, and their acidic juice naturally thickens pie filling. “The sweet-tart combination delivers the same tropical sensations that a Jimmy Buffett song might,” says David L. Sloan, who sampled and made pies for a decade before writing The Key West Key Lime Pie Cookbook. Key lime pie recipes pass down through generations of Florida families, and Florida even adopted Key lime as its official state…