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Food Network Magazine June 2021

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game time

Word Search Find the hidden lunch items! Juice box Cookie Cheddar Cracker stacker Turkey Chicken Pretzel stick Sub Bacon and cheese Spot the Difference Can you find the four changes we made? ANSWERS: The bottom smoothie bowl on the right is a different color. The smallest bowl of fruit moved slightly. There are two more banana slices in the top smoothie bowl on the right. There’s a missing blueberry in the top smoothie bowl on the right, near the kiwi. Pictograms Can you translate these emojis? ANSWERS: 1. Baby carrot 2. Deviled egg 3. String cheese 4. Sandwich 5. Fruit punch Close-Ups Guess which foods are shown in these zoomed-in photos. 1. Chocolate Chip cookie 2. Ham 3. Celery 4. Cracker IN PARTNERSHIP WITH…

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marcus in montreal

marcus Samuelsson has a long history of opening restaurants in his favorite places: Harlem, Chicago, Miami, London, Oslo. It was only a matter of time before he set up shop in Montreal, and in 2019 the Chopped judge did just that. Marcus, a sustainable seafood brasserie in the Four Seasons Hotel, was open for just 10 months before the pandemic hit, and Marcus (the chef) is looking forward to his namesake being back in full swing this summer. He spent tons of time in Montreal planning the space and the menu; photos of local events like Jazz Fest hang in the dining room, and the wallpaper in the bar evokes nearby Mount Royal Park. “I love this city because of all its creativity,” he says. “Food and craftsmanship have been…

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on the road

Could You Invent the Next Great Space Food? NASA is gearing up to send humans back to the moon and beyond, but there’s a problem: They need to figure out how to feed the astronauts. Current nutrition in space relies heavily on freeze-dried food and military-style MREs, but fresh fruit and veggies provide nutritional and psychological benefits that rehydrated foods can’t. So NASA is asking for help: The agency will pay up to a total of $500,000 to those who come up with the best solution. Registration is almost closed (May 28 is the deadline) and submissions are due July 30; visit deepspacefoodchallenge.org to learn more. PHOTO: TED + CHELSEA CAVANAUGH; FOOD STYLING: MICAH MORTON. NASA LOGO: ALAMY.…

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pistachios

PISTACHIO ENERGY BALLS ACTIVE: 20 min l TOTAL: 1 hr l MAKES: 12 to 15 1 heaping cup shelled raw pistachios1½ teaspoons vegetable oilKosher salt⅓ cup rolled oats⅓ cup finely chopped pitted dates (4 to 6 dates)¼ cup sweetened shredded coconut¼ cup honey 1. Preheat the oven to 375˚. Spread the pistachios on a baking sheet and bake until lightly toasted, 8 to 10 minutes. Immediately transfer to a food processor and pulse until finely chopped. Remove and set aside 2 tablespoons of the chopped pistachios for coating. 2. Add the vegetable oil and a big pinch of salt to the remaining pistachios in the food processor. Process, scraping down the sides as needed, until the pistachios start to clump, then continue processing until creamy and smooth, up to 10 minutes total. 3. Scrape the…

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easy potato sides

FENNEL-GARLIC POTATOES Boil 1½ pounds baby potatoes and 4 smashed garlic cloves in salted water until tender, 20 minutes. Toast 1 teaspoon fennel seeds in a skillet with 3 tablespoons olive oil and ½teaspoon kosher salt; add 1 teaspoon grated lemon zest. Drain the potatoes; return to the pot. Add the fennel oil, chopped parsley, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Cover and shake to smash slightly. HERBED POTATOES AND TOMATOES Put 1 pound mixed baby potatoes in a medium pot; cover with cold water and season with salt. Bring to a boil; cook until tender, 15 minutes. Combine 2 tablespoons olive oil and 1 tablespoon melted butter in a large bowl. Add 1 chopped large tomato and 1 tablespoon each chopped parsley, chives and basil. Drain the potatoes; add to the bowl and…

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gear up

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