Allrecipes August/September 2020

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!

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Meredith Operations Corporation
Frequency:
Bimonthly
US$4.99
US$11.99
6 Issues

in this issue

1 min
what’s new & trending @ allrecipes.com

it’s TGIFUNDAMENTAL! Every Friday, check out our Allrecipes Instagram feed for a perfect week-ending happy hour. We’ll step you through making momentous margaritas, mojitos, mai tais, and more. ALLRECIPETS HALL OF FAME So many readers have told us they love seeing their fellow cooks’ furry friends each issue that we’ve created a slideshow with all of them in one place. You’ll find Kerri Foulks and Gigi, her Saint Bernard (above); Sheila Gordon and Dante, her Jack Russell terrier mix (they’re also on page 100 in this issue); and many more. You can see all the pet love at armagazine.com/allrecipets. NEW! the Weekend Baker It’s as reliable as an oven timer. Every weekend, Allrecipes sees a surge of visits to baking recipes. Makes perfect sense: That’s when many cooks have the most time to plan, shop, stir,…

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2 min
letter from allrecipes

A LITTLE BIT SUMMER and a little bit fall! It’s time to make the most of summer’s final weeks before exhaling and breathing deep as we welcome fall. May we suggest… • Make some memories and enjoy a sunny day poolside (even if the pool is only imagined) with a light and easy menu (page 12). Or gather in the backyard for a movie night starring root beer floats and hot dogs (page 89). • Try some new ways to serve a favorite fruit: grapes. They are incredibly versatile (page 21). • “Travel” to the Mediterranean with recipes featuring end-of-summer produce that is full of flavor and good for you (page 37). • Bake some fall sweet treats—favorites from the Allrecipes community (page 49). • Catch up with a few of our Allstar community members. We…

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6 min
soak it up

Hot Sun, Chill Vibes SET THE MOOD WITH A POOLSIDE PLAYLIST Nostalgic throwbacks and new hits bring summer fun and a breezy feeling to your party. Search “Palm Springs” or “Key West” on Spotify for several great playlist options, or ask your smart speaker to play these tunes: “I Like It Like That” Pete Rodriguez “Soak Up the Sun” Sheryl Crow “Summer in the City” The Lovin’ Spoonful “Island in the Sun” Weezer “Summertime” DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince “Mambo No. 5” Pérez Prado “Summer” Calvin Harris “California Gurls” Katy Perry (featuring Snoop Dogg) “Summer Love” Justin Timberlake “Havana” Camila Cabello (featuring Young Thug) “Summer Girls” LFO “California Sun” Los Straitjackets (featuring Dave Alvin) “Promised Land” Elvis Presley “In the Summertime” Mungo Jerry “Castellano Que Bueno Baila Usted” Benny Moré “Summer Nights” (from Grease) Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta “Hot Fun in the Summertime” Sly and The…

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1 min
next-level heat hatch a plan

SALSA SHAKE-UP Hatch chiles are getting top billing in more salsas these days, including this one from 505 Southwestern. Look for labels that mention “Hatch chile” or “green chile from Hatch Valley” for a true taste of the New Mexico terroir and climate that make these chiles special. SMOKY SNACKS Savory snacks—such as sunflower seeds, chips, jerky, and smoked meats—get a unique kick from Hatches. Duke’s Smoked Shorty Sausages, shown here, wed diced, roasted Hatch green chiles with seasoned pork for a dynamite snack. RUBS with a KICK Ground dried Hatch chiles bring smoky heat to any meat rub. You can sub Hatch chile powder for cayenne or other chile powders in your favorite rub recipe or try a ready-made blend like Paulita’s Hatch Green Chile Seasoning, which does the work for you.…

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8 min
grape expectations

THE glories OF GRAPES 1. In addition to headlining the recipes on pages 26 and 28, grapes are great grilled. Try skewering multicolor grapes, grilling 2 minutes per side, and serving with your main dish. 2. Their seeds are edible (once you get past the bitterness and crunch) and full of antioxidants. 3. For a cool treat, freeze rinsed and dried grapes in a single layer at least 2 hours. 4. For a fresh twist on salsa, chop grapes, red onion, cilantro, and a small jalapeño, then sprinkle with lime juice. THE POWER of GRAPES Grapes do more than look great on a cheese board. They’re also incredibly good for you: • Antioxidants in grapes help fight aging and inflammation, and are linked to better memory and learning. • Their natural melatonin may help you get a good…

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5 min
cooks to follow: update

“We love our new home city of Chicago and can’t wait to see all that’s in store for us here.”– NAOMI NAOMI & RENAN Naomi and Renan Geara Lopes have been very busy since we featured them 18 months ago. They moved to Chicago for Naomi’s job in the tech and data-analytics sphere, and Renan soon after was hired as executive chef of Spirit Elephant, a restaurant with elevated vegan fare on Chicago’s North Shore. Renan has loved the challenge of creating approachable and elegant vegan cuisine, while Naomi has dug in on her baking skills (homemade croissants are next, she says). “We’ve also gotten our own first dog: Shadow, a giant schnauzer. That’s him at right, above the recent snapshot of us.” RENAN & NAOMI’S FAVE AUTUMN RECIPE? Okinawa Shoyu Pork (armagazine.com/shoyu-pork) BRITTANEY BUNJONG A…

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