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    How To Cook Quinoa

    If you know how to cook quinoa perfectly, you’re on your way to a wide range of amazing meals. It’s a fantastic adventure to cook your way through the world’s wonderful heirloom grains (and grain-like seeds), and quinoa is one of them. The trick to nailing the perfect fluffy pot of quinoa is using the […] More

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    7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (June 28-July 4)

    posted June 25, 2021 by Gina A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner and a shopping list. Recipes include macros and WW Points. 7-Day Healthy Meal Plan July 4th! I hope everyone is having a great start to their summer! I am thankful that things are slowly getting back […] More

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    Give Your Money to LGBTQ Small Businesses

    I don’t know about y’all, but Pride month makes me feel so seen. Sure, major companies including CVS and Walmart may have donated over $10 million to anti-LGBTQ+ politicians over the past two years. But come June? Every logo has a rainbow, every brand has limited-edition merch, and every CEO is all “YASSS QUEEN! Those […] More

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    A Riff on The Original Margarita

    © 2021 Condé Nast. All rights reserved. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement and Your California Privacy Rights. Bon Appétit may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. The material on […] More

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    Mexican Adobo Rubbed Grilled Pork Tenderloin

    715 shares Make this flavorful grilled pork tenderloin seasoned with homemade Mexican adobo seasoning for a tasty weeknight dinner! Mexican Adobo Grilled Pork Tenderloin Lean pork tenderloin, rubbed with homemade Mexican adobo seasoning is perfect for the summer. Grilled (or broiled) this is a great tasting, smoky, tender piece of meat. Perfect with Cilantro Lime […] More

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    11 Essential Grilling Tools for Your First-Ever Cookout

    It’s easy to get carried away when shopping for grilling gear—the market is flooded with tools that feature unnecessary bells and whistles and trendy single-use items that end up as drawer clutter. (We’re looking at you, extra-long spatula that’s also a bottle opener.) So we rounded up a list of essential grilling tools that actually […] More

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    So You Want to Cook Swordfish

    Swordfish—stay with me here—is like the perfect plain white T-shirt. A quiet and unassuming part of your rotation, it doesn’t demand any special treatment. It can be dressed up or down, equally suitable (with the right accessories) at a fancy dinner party or sweaty backyard barbecue. It goes with just about everything in your closet […] More

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    I Hired a Cooking Therapist to Deal With My Anxiety

    Debra says she doesn’t recommend cooking therapy as a primary treatment for eating disorders; she advises it for folks with eating disorders “only after a client is in recovery and stable, and only if their primary therapist thought it was a good idea.” “Cooking therapy is less about nutrition and diet (although it can be […] More

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    Lentil Soup with Butternut and Kale

    Lentil Soup with Butternut and Kale is comforting and nutrient-dense, thanks to the butternut squash, lentils, kale, and leeks. Lentil Soup with Butternut and Kale This vegetarian butternut squash lentil soup is like a bowl of comfort – the perfect way to warm up on a cold night. This colorful soup, made with healthy ingredients, […] More

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    Simple Whole Wheat Sugar Cookies

    This is the recipe I use anytime I want perfect sugar cookies. They bake up beautifully with nice structure and a hint of snap when you break them in two. Especially true if you can wait that extra minute or two before taking them from the oven. So they have time to shift from just-plain-baked […] More

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    The Year That Changed Restaurants—and What Happens Next

    The numbers are astounding. The food and beverage industry accounted for one in four jobs lost during the pandemic—more than any other sector of the economy. Without additional assistance, tens of thousands of bars and restaurants could shutter, taking up to 7 million jobs with them. That’s the barista who knows our order before we’re […] More

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    4 Healthyish Weeknight Dinners Because We Can’t Survive on Cookies Alone

    These recipes are part of Bon Appetit’s December Holiday issue. Catch up on all the recipes, articles, and more here. We live for gingerbread, hot toddies, and all the other festive foods and drinks this time of year brings, but we also crave a bit of balance—especially around dinnertime. That’s why we’re taking our cooking […] More

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    Seedy Sweet Potato Oatmeal

    “I love taking my time with this recipe to make cooking part of my calming morning ritual,” writes recipe developer Sara Elise. “I also love that I can customize the milk and toppings to people’s dietary preferences or whatever I feel my body needs at the moment. Packed with nutrients and antioxidants, it feels like […] More

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    Turmeric and Coconut-Braised Cabbage With Chickpeas

    “Cabbage has emerged as the hero of weeknight pantry cooking,” writes cookbook author and recipe developer Hetty McKinnon. “Inexpensive and infinitely versatile, with an impressively long shelf life, one head of cabbage goes a long way. This recipe, where wedges are bathed in a turmeric-accented coconut milk until meltingly tender and sweet, uses just half […] More

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    7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (Nov 30-Dec 6)

    posted November 28, 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 had a great Thanksgiving! If you tried any of my new recipes let me know which […] More

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    25 Mocktail Recipes That Aren’t Just Juice

    This lineup of colorful, creative mocktail recipes offer a more exciting route to festive adult beverages. The boring old standards—juice, fountain soda, or, uh, water—are out, and these nonalcoholic drink recipes are in. We’re talking about this zippy turmeric tonic that moonlights as an immunity-busting wellness elixir. The green tea toddy spiked with mint, honey, […] More

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    The One Black Friday Sale I Can Get Behind

    Healthyish Loves It is our weekly column where we tell you about the stuff we can’t live without. See our past recommendations here! If you’ve been thinking about reducing waste in your home, now is the perfect time to make the plunge. Goldune, a new virtual hub for sustainable home goods, is running some unmissable […] More

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    Coconut Brussels Sprout Gratin

    “Don’t be surprised if this creamy vegan gratin outperforms some of the heavier traditional Thanksgiving sides,” writes recipe developer Brigid Washington, who first shared this recipe in her book, Coconut. Ginger. Shrimp. Rum.: Caribbean Flavors for Every Season. “Here, coconut milk delivers all of the creamy, comforting goodness without any of the full dairy heft, […] More

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    Can We Respectfully Celebrate Thanksgiving?

    Every Wednesday, Bon Appétit executive editor Sonia Chopra shares what’s going on at BA—the stories she’s loved reading, the recipes she’s been making, and more. If you sign up for our newsletter, you’ll get her letter before everyone else. Have you seen the documentary Gather? It’s a beautiful film about food sovereignty—the right to healthy, […] More

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    Is It Ever Okay…to Skip Thanksgiving Altogether?

    Welcome to “Is It Ever Okay,” Bon Appétit’s questionable etiquette column. Have a question? Email staff.bonappetit@gmail.com. How do I do Thanksgiving for one without an inordinate amount of leftovers? —All Alone Andrea My sister did this last year and gave rave reviews. She made ONLY her favorites (all BA recipes because she is supportive of […] More

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    Chicken Sausage and Herb Stuffing

    4.63 from 8 votes 5492shares Chicken Sausage and Herb Stuffing – this is the best Thanksgiving stuffing recipe! Chicken Sausage and Herb Stuffing I don’t know about you, but for me the ONE thing I crave most on Thanksgiving is the stuffing! Sure, the turkey and gravy are all great too, and yes, even the […] More

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    Chicken Brown Rice Bowl (copycat Zinque’s Le Bowl)

    This delicious, Chicken Brown Rice Bowl is an easy one-bowl meal with chicken breast, arugula, avocado, tomatoes, Gruyere with a sriracha yogurt sauce. Chicken Brown Rice Bowl (Zinque’s Le Bowl) This recipe is inspired by the LA restaurant, Zinque, an easy chicken and rice bowl is perfect for lunch or dinner. It’s also a great […] More

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    My Granny’s Cheesy Potato Casserole Is Literal Decadence

    The only thing better than a good recipe? When something’s so easy to make that you don’t even need one. Welcome to It’s That Simple, a column where we talk you through the process of making the dishes and drinks we can make with our eyes closed. In the midst of a global pandemic, pitmaster […] More

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    Trader Joe’s November Reviews: Huge News for Cheese

    In the sub-basement of Trader Joe’s corporate headquarters, I assume there’s an evil scientist waving their hands around one of those electrified balls that make your hair stand up, but inside the ball is a head of radioactive cauliflower. The scientist is cackling maniacally, shrieking, I’VE DONE IT! I’VE DONE IT THIS TIME!! And an […] More

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