Allrecipes November 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


get the look

CYANOTYPE TABLE RUNNER DIY DECOR 1. In a room with the shades drawn, trim cyanotype cotton fabric ($28 for 36x90- inch piece at to 18x90-inch rectangle or desired shape. 2. Arrange flowers, leaves, or other objects on fabric. Open shades, exposing fabric to sunlight until uncovered areas turn desired shade of blue, 5 to 20 minutes. 3. Remove objects. Rinse fabric until water runs clear. Dry. Hem and edge as desired. PHOTOS: (PRODUCTS & DIY) JACOB FOX. (PEOPLE) ADOBE STOCK. DIY CRAFT: JENI WRIGHT…

wine down

“It didn’t keep my wine cold for very long, but I loved the removable cork cap and aerating spout!” – TCASA “Amazing! It’s small, portable, and lightweight. However, it required a couple of cycles to aerate as much as I wanted it to.” – CHEF ROY “These are great for sipping wine in a warm environment. They take up some space but freeze quickly.” – BUCKWHEAT QUEEN 1. C orkcicle Air Once frozen, this gadget fits into a bottle of wine to chill, then aerates as you pour. $25 at 2. Eparé Pocket Wine Aerator This battery-operated device blows air bubbles into a glass of wine for maximum flavor. $20 at 3. Freeze Cooling Wine Glasses Pop these babies in the fridge or freezer, and the gel layer inside keeps wine cold for…

mixed-metal madness

Lucy Gold Counter Stools A galvanized iron base makes them sturdy, and gold plating gives them that Midas touch. $560, also in copper, at Copper Subway Tile Classic 2x6-inch wall tiles feel shiny and new when they’re made of stainless steel with a copper metallic finish. $3 each at Globe Pendant Light A brushed brass dome and frosted glass bottom bring style and a soft, warm glow to a kitchen island or breakfast nook. $249 at A Fine Mesh Idea Add interest to cabinets by replacing glass or wooden door panels with metal mesh inserts. Pinky Up Piper Rose Gold French Press Do mornings seem rosier with coffee from this pretty pot? Quite possibly! $26 at Chevron Brass Drawer Pull This snazzy shape also comes in copper or nickel. $7 at Soleil Small Wire Bowl Copper electroplating makes…

how ’bout them apples?

an apple a day keeps skin breakouts at bay. OK, so that’s not how the saying traditionally goes, but apples really are detox darlings. They contain high amounts of soluble and insoluble fiber (pectin especially) that can lower your LDL cholesterol and usher out toxins and excess fats as you digest. That’s a major pro for your skin, since sluggish waste removal in your body can manifest as skin rashes, itching, and acne. Just be sure to eat the apple peels, too, which hold more than half the fruit’s total fiber content. Sweet though they may be, apples also help regulate blood sugar levels because their natural sugars are slow to absorb. Over time, greater blood sugar balance can mean better appetite control and fewer sugar cravings—as well as fewer breakouts.…


To a western Pennsylvanian, a gob by any other name just wouldn’t taste as sweet. Though the rest of the world calls this cakey confection a whoopie pie, residents of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, and neighboring towns in the hills east of Pittsburgh have been gobbling up gobs for more than a century. Why the unusual moniker? Some say the whoopie pie got its name when Amish farmers, overjoyed to find the sweet treats in their lunch pails, exclaimed “whoopie!” And one version of the gobs’ origin story has a similar refrain: Pennsylvania coal miners were equally excited at finding this fine dessert in their lunches. However, to them, the frosting-filled chocolate snack cakes looked an awful lot like coal waste lumps known as “gobs” at mining sites. Thus, the regional nickname took…

cool-weather comfort

Dana DeVolk’s scaled-down recipes serve up craveworthy food—and a welcome break from the leftovers parade—for singles, couples, empty nesters, or any small household. The Cozy Table by Dana DeVolk (Countryman Press $25) This clever baking and preserving combo includes not just recipes for breads, crackers, cakes, biscuits, and scones, but also sweet, savory, and wonderful things (like gingered sweet potato butter) to slather them with. Toast & Jam by Sarah Owens (Roost Books, $30) In her first cookbook, Half Baked Harvest blogger Tieghan Gerard offers clever, strangely comforting combinations: Sweet potato fries in a salad? Why not! Pasta baked into a frittata? Don’t mind if I do! She dreamed it all up in a kitchen in a barn in the Colorado mountains. Half Baked Harvest Cookbook by Tieghan Gerard (Clarkson Potter, $30)…