Month: May 2020

Combine 3 (heaping) cups tender herbs (such as dill, parsely, cilantro, basil, mint, tarragon, and/or chives), ½ cup mayonnaise, ½ cup plain whole-milk yogurt, sour cream, buttermilk, crème fraîche, or labneh (Lebanese strained yogurt), 2 Tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil, 1 Tbsp. drained capers, 1 garlic clove, and a big pinch of kosher salt in a
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Mini Pancake Cereal is the latest Tiktok trend, so versatile you can serve them with anything you want! I made them healthier with my banana pancake recipe and topped them with tons of fresh fruit. Pancake Cereal Pancake cereal is the latest food trend on TikTok and Instagram. For anyone who hasn’t seen it, pancake
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Every Friday morning, Bon Appétit senior staff writer Alex Beggs shares weekly highlights from the BA offices, from awesome new recipes to office drama to restaurant recs, with some weird (food!) stuff she saw on the internet thrown in. It gets better: If you sign up for our newsletter, you’ll get this letter before everyone
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posted May 30, 2020 by Gina A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner and a shopping list. All recipes include calories and updated WW Smart Points. 7-Day Healthy Meal Plan I hope everyone is doing well and staying healthy! While we are still practicing social distancing, I know many
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This recipe makes a single beautiful loaf of walnut studded zucchini bread. And a sizable one at that. For years I would load my zucchini bread batter with all manner of zest, spice, and whatnot. But that’s not how I roll anymore. Over the years I began to prefer this pared-down and more minimalist version.
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A classic Turkey Club sandwich made healthy, piled high with turkey breast, bacon, lettuce, and tomato on whole grain bread, the perfect easy lunch. Turkey Club The other day I was craving a turkey sandwich for lunch and decided to make a turkey club. I used Boar’s Head turkey thinly sliced, my favorite turkey from
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Every week, Healthyish editor Amanda Shapiro talks about what she’s seeing, eating, watching, and reading in the wellness world and beyond. Pro tip: If you sign up for the newsletter, you’ll get the scoop before everyone else. Healthyish friends, I took my semi-annual break from this newsletter last week, for no other reason than that
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The only zucchini recipes that have my attention right now call for pounds of it. One half cup here, or a medium zucchini there just isn’t going to cut into the supply coming out of the garden. Apparently many of you feel similarly, because a lot of you made the Pasta with Smashed Zucchini Cream
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Amaizing, I also added red pepper flakes to the black pepper and my kids loved it! Thank you!! lolo79Chicago 05/26/20 I’ve been using bone apple tea recipes for years but this one was so good I had to leave my first review. Definitely going to make again, I have extremely picky roommates and it was
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4.72 from 82 votes 19294shares Homemade classic tuna noodle casserole, the quintessential American dish made from scratch and under $10 to make, the kids love it! Tuna Noodle Casserole The ingredients are simple – canned tuna, mushrooms, peas, noodles in a homemade creamy sauce (without canned soup) finished with toasted breadcrumbs. Keeping canned tuna on
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We’re spending more time in our homes than ever before. In “There’s No Better Time To…” we’ll share the little projects we’re finally getting around to. Today: Dip into the dried goods and make a really big batch of, well, just about anything. I’ve been cooking more than ever, which means I’m doing more dishes
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4.2 from 5 votes This lighter Clam Chowder, full of canned clams, potatoes, and corn, is still creamy but with less fat than most other versions. This thick and creamy chowder is lighter and healthier than most traditional clam chowders. For some other chowder recipes, try my Creamy Roasted Cauliflower Chowder, Smoked Salmon Chowder, and
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Set 1 Tbsp. sesame seeds aside in a small bowl for serving. Crush remaining sesame seeds in a mortar and pestle until some of the seeds have turned to powder, but with plenty of whole seeds left. (Alternatively, if you’d rather spare yourself the elbow grease, pulse seeds a few times in a food processor
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While the rice mixture is cooking, make the dressing. Whisk together 2 Tbsp. gochujang, 2 Tbp. soy sauce, 2 tsp. honey, remaining 4 tsp. toasted sesame oil, remaining 2 tsp. unseasoned rice vinegar, and 1–2 Tbsp. water (if using Sriracha, omit the water) in a small bowl. Taste for heat: You can add more gochujang
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It’s unclear about how to do the potatoes. Are they supposed to be 3 or 4 smaller pancakes or one large bit of potato? Hope to try this tonight. AnonymousSouth Hero Vermont05/22/20 So so delicious! I took the advice of another comment and cooked the fish separately to avoid burning the potatoes and that was
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We’re spending more time in our homes than ever before. In “There’s No Better Time To…” we’ll share the little projects we’re finally getting around to. This week: Brown butter makes it (a.k.a. everything) better. I recently made eye contact with the white-haired guy on the Quaker oats canister. My whole body shuddered. I rotated
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4.78 from 27 votes 19197shares This Greek Pasta Salad is light and fresh, loaded with garden tomatoes, bell peppers and cucumbers tossed in a homemade Greek dressing with Kalamata olives and Feta cheese. Perfect for summer parties or potlucks! Greek Pasta Salad I love pasta salad, but taking my Greek Salad recipe and adding it
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It’s no secret that we love tinned fish here at Bon Appétit. Writing an 800-word love poem to your favorite smoked trout, canned tuna, or luxury anchovies is a rite of passage for our editors, a ritual that concludes with Test Kitchen manager Gaby Melian bestowing a key to the secret conservas closet on the
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