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Rachael Ray Every Day April 2018

Every Day with Rachael Ray is packed with Rachael Ray’s 30-Minute Meals, plus more recipes, menu planners, party ideas, tasty trips and Rach’s faves for style, home and gotta-have gadgets. Waddya waiting for?

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spring, sprang, sprung!

Where I come from, late March and April defy Phil the Groundhog year after year. We see pockets of ice and snow up behind our house in the Adirondacks as late as June. That’s why this month’s 30-Minute Meals (page 58) is a mash-up of the last of comfort-food season (risotto and soup) and the first of the springtime ingredients that we can get our hands on. It’s also mud season in upstate New York. I try not to look at our floors too much: Salt and dried mud might make a good skin exfoliator, but what they do to wood…not so pretty. The season also brings Easter and Passover, meaning family and friends gather, often for the first time since Christmas and Hanukkah. I’m not much for pastel colors,…

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say… cheese!

Sorry, bubble tea, but there’s a hot new drink coming to town: cheese tea. Before you picture your morning Earl Grey brimming over with Gruyere, consider this: The Taiwanese street-stall import, which has sparked hours-long waits at cultish chains like HeyTea in China, commonly starts with milk tea, then adds a head of whipped cream cheese—like a frothier green tea latte. And savvy Americans are starting to queue up. Curious imbibers can find cheese tea at Jenny Zheng’s Little Fluffy Head Cafe (littlefluffyhead.com) in Los Angeles and at Happy Lemon (happy-lemon.com/en), a chain with locations in California, Boston, and Queens, NY. Though the trend has been boosted by our love of viral foods, “at the end of the day, the taste is what keeps people talking about it,” says Zheng.…

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the heat is on

With the temperatures rising, April is prime time for hot-sauce lovers. Spice up a spring picnic or a backyard barbecue with these mild to mouth-numbing picks from Noah Chaimberg, “hot-sauce sommelier” and founder of the hot-sauce mecca Heatonist in Brooklyn. (Get’em at heatonist.com.) Seed Ranch Flavor Co. Umami Hot Sauce This mild but flavorful stuff hits your tongue with salt before giving way to chipotle smokiness. Mix with ranch dressing for an umami-bomb dip for veggies. Heat level: 1 out of 10. $12 for five ounces NYC Hot Sauce Co. This classic habanero blends chiles with carrots, onions, celery, and fresh Key lime juice. Splash some right into a halved avocado for a zesty snack. Heat level: 4 out of 10. $10 for eight ounces Dirty Dick’s Hot Pepper Sauce With mango, pineapple, and banana, this…

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spring statement coats

DENIM If you don’t have a jean jacket in your closet, what are you waiting for? Everyone makes one, but we’re crushing on H&M’s Denim Jacket with Rhinestones, which pairs a true-blue wash with trendy bedazzling, a favorite detail of this year’s ready-to-wear collections. $60, hm.com ANORAK Designers from Calvin Klein to Oscar de la Renta are showing this sporty style some love. BlankNYC’s Reversible Metallic Anorak jazzes up the cool cover-up with shiny fibers in both rose gold and silver. $98, shopbop.com RAINCOAT See-through looks are a clear hit for spring, making cameos at the Chanel and Burberry shows. Be ready for April’s drizzly days with Topshop’s Transparent Raincoat. $75, us.topshop.com BOMBER Give the sequins-and-sparkles trend a go in a familiar silhouette with Lulus Catwalk It Off Rose Gold Velvet Sequin Bomber Jacket. $69, lulus.com TRENCH Double down…

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john’s cocktail

This bright, springy cocktail from Rachael’s hubby, John Cusimano, is packed with so many greens, it’s almost good for you! (Almost.) Green with Envy MAKES 2|ACTIVE:10 MIN TOTAL:20 MIN ¼ cup sugar6 slices of English cucumber2 handfuls of arugula4 oz. gin½ oz. Green Chartreuse liqueur1 oz. fresh lime juice 1. In a small saucepan, heat the sugar and ¼ cup water over low, stirring until the sugar dissolves, about 2 minutes. Let the simple syrup cool for about 10 minutes. 2. Using a muddler or the handle on a wooden spoon, muddle 4 cucumber slices in the bottom of a cocktail shaker. Set aside 2 arugula leaves. Add the remaining arugula to the shaker and muddle until gently bruised. Add the gin, liqueur, lime juice, and 1 oz. simple syrup and fill with ice. Fit…

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breakfast bars

Science has long been on Team Chocolate for its potential health benefits. Now, thanks to the folks at Compartés (compartes.com), you can cross-test that research for breakfast with zero shame. The Los Angeles–based chocolatier is known for its playfully inspired (and gorgeously packaged) sweets. But the company’s breakfast-themed chocolate bars are next-level. The aptly named Cereal Bowl ($10) crams every inch of a white-chocolate slab with cornflakes and Lucky Charms. Packed with Turkish hazelnuts and bits of crusty bread, Hazelnut Toast ($10) is your favorite morning Nutella treat in bar form. And Donuts & Coffee ($10) features just that: real-deal doughnut pieces and organic coffee grounds folded into creamy milk chocolate. Now that’s what we call the breakfast of champions!…