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Taste of Home

April/May 2019

Every issue is jam-packed with 100+ delicious, home-style recipes & tips—all made with easy, everyday ingredients—and all shown in FULL COLOR!

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contact us

customercare@tasteofhome.comtasteofhome.com/customercareTASTE OF HOME CUSTOMER CAREPO BOX 5294HARLAN IA 51593-0794To find us onlinetasteofhome.comfacebook.com/tasteofhomepinterest.com/taste_of_homeinstagram.com/tasteofhometwitter.com/tasteofhomeTo submit a recipetasteofhome.com/submitTo contact our editorsTASTE OF HOME1610 N 2ND ST STE 102MILWAUKEE WI 53212-3906tasteofhome.com/feedbackTo find single issues and learn about other Taste of Home productsshoptasteofhome.comTo advertise in Taste of Homekathy.west@TrustedMediaBrands.comConsumer informationTaste of Home may share information about you with third parties for the purpose of offering products and services that may interest you. If you would rather not receive such offers via postal mail, please write to Taste of Home Customer Mailing List, PO Box 3115, Harlan IA 51593-0181. You can also visit www.tmbi.com/preference-center to manage your preferences and opt out of receiving such offers via email. Please see our Privacy Policy at www.tmbi.com/privacy-policy.…

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sliding into spring

Deputy Editor James Schend and Deputy Digital Editor Ellie Martin Cliffe.It’s one of the main reasons I was so excited for our Sandwiches, Burgers & Sliders contest (page 55). Readers sent in hundreds of stacked, smothered and sizzling ideas. I’ll admit, when I first saw our Grand Prize winner, I was iffy, but after one bite I was a really happy camper.We filled this issue with so many things to make us—and, hopefully, you—happy. The happiest thing I can think of is a really good cookie. Our Big & Buttery Chocolate Chip Cookies (page 46) are thick, a little chewy and chock-full of chocolate chips and toasted walnuts. Be sure to check out the tip for keeping unbaked cookies in the freezer—for when you really need a cookie fix and…

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more toh

BRUNCH-SPIRATIONWe’re all about versatility here at Taste of Home. Which is why we’ve presented a springtime brunch that’s perfect for holidays like Easter or Mother’s Day—or any special weekend gathering. Ham is the centerpiece of our delicious spread (page 30). Serve it by the slice or in a tasty slider (as pictured on our cover). Find more brunchy fun online. tasteofhome.com/brunchThe NICEST PLACES in AMERICA 2019Let’s Celebrate ‘Nice’Yes, the news can be a source of anxiety, but there are amazing acts of kindness happening every day all around us. We know this because Reader’s Digest, our sister brand, received more than 1,000 entries over two years in searching for the “Nicest Place in America.” In 2019, they’re taking nominations once again to find the 50 Nicest Places in America—one in…

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super smoothie

HEART HEALTHYPower Berry SmoothiesWhile you can’t taste the spinach in these smoothies, you get all its nutrients with big berry flavor.—Christine Hair, Odessa, FLTakes: 10 min. • Makes: 3 servings½ cup orange juice½ cup pomegranate juice1 container (6 oz.) mixed berry yogurt1 cup frozen unsweetened strawberries1 cup fresh baby spinach½ medium ripe frozen banana, sliced½ cup frozen unsweetened blueberries2 Tbsp. ground flaxseed Sliced fresh strawberries, fresh blueberries, flax seeds and granola, optionalIn a blender, combine first eight ingredients; cover and process for 30 seconds or until smooth. Pour into chilled bowls; top as desired. Serve immediately.1 cup: 172 cal., 3g fat (0 sat. fat), 3mg chol., 47mg sod., 35g carb. (28g sugars, 4g fiber), 5g pro.DELICIOUS STYLEBRING IT, APRIL SHOWERS! THIS CHEERY UMBRELLA PRACTICALLY PARTS THE CLOUDS WITH ITS BRIGHT YELLOW…

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asparagus

RECIPES ON P.76 & P.78Don’t toss the stem ends—freeze them to use in soup.You know it’s officially spring when you spot fresh local asparagus in your grocery store or farmers market. While green asparagus grabs the most display space, be on the lookout for other colors, too. You might find white asparagus, which gets its creamy color from being blocked from sunlight as it grows, or the less-common purple variety, which has a fruitier, nuttier flavor because of its higher sugar content.CHOOSE SPEARS with dry, tight tips that don’t fan out. Steer clear of wilted or limp stalks.CUT ½ INCH OFF the bottom stems and stand them up in a jar containing 1 inch of water, or wrap the bunch in a damp paper towel and place in a plastic…

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happy feet

The winter months can be tough on your feet. Before it’s time to break out your strappy sandals, why not give your feet a little TLC?This DIY milk bath is a quick, easy way to pamper your feet with common pantry ingredients. The lactic acid in milk is great for your skin, helping to heal and hydrate dry patches. Plus, this recipe includes honey to soothe and moisturize the skin, as well as vanilla, which has anti-inflammatory properties to calm irritated patches.The finishing touch is baking soda, which serves as a gentle exfoliant to slough off dead skin. The end result? Sandal-ready feet, just in time for warmer weather!Soothing Milk BathPour 3-4 cups milk into a microwave-safe container. Use as much milk as needed to cover your feet. Heat until…

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