Whether you’re looking for approachable dinner options, unique entertaining ideas, or how-to help, Cuisine at home packs each issue with expert culinary advice and original test kitchen-approved recipes, all aimed at teaching and inspiring you in the kitchen so you can creatively cook with confidence, every time.
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A CITRUS GEM • Grapefruit is more than a vehicle for sprinkling sugar on. Here we’re squeezing in three delightful and unexpected recipes highlighting this seasonal ruby jewel.
ALL IN ONE & ONE FOR ALL • Multi-Cooker Solutions for Fast Family Meals
snack on this • DID YOU KNOW FEBRUARY IS NATIONAL SNACK MONTH? NEWS TO US, TOO. HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR GO-TO TREATS, WITH A “NUTRISH-ISH” SPIN ON THEM. LET’S GET SNACKIN’!
GO with the GRAIN • Bursting with whole grains and roasted veggies, these three entrée salads deliver simple, flavor-packed, nutritious ingredients in every bite. Plus, they’ll fill you up while helping you feel virtuous at the same time.
GREAT GRAINS • Let’s face it, grains are virtuous. As a food group, they have a clean reputation and the USDA recommends that at least half the grains you eat should be whole grains.
When you make any of these all-in-one salads, each featuring a different whole grain and veggies, there’s no need to fret over sides.
HEALTHY EATING BASICS • Smart eating encompasses both basic nutrition and “super foods.” Let this simple guide help kick-start your healthy lifestyle.
BEST SOURCES GUIDE • Crucial nutrients are essential for good health. Use this guide to get all the good-for-you nutrients needed from a variety of food sources.
BOILED & BAKED • The next time you have a hankering for a good, warm bagel, skip the deli and make your own. Seriously. While it might seem intimidating, it’s not. We’re here to walk you through the process, step by step. So get your knead on, then boil and bake!
for the love of chocolate • Distinguishing among different types of chocolate (and cocoa) isn’t hard. A few facts make it easier for you to buy the right kind for the task at hand.
MEALS FROM THE FREEZER • When you’ve had a long day, the last thing you want to think about is preparing dinner. Insert The 30-Minute Cooking From Frozen Cookbook — it’s perfect for when you’re having “one of those nights.”
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Fit to be Fried • Travel might not be in the picture quite yet, but we’re bringing a little bit of New Orleans to you. And nothing says NOLA more than hot beignets coated in powdered sugar. Learn how easy it is to make and enjoy the Big Easy’s version of a doughnut at home.
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HOW LOW CAN YOU GO? • Drinks with a low alcohol by volume (ABV) are all the rage right now, and we can understand why. Cocktails are fun to mix up, but sometimes you want to have a drink that’s lighter on the liquor. Give these four easy sippers a try, and maybe you too will jump on the low ABV bandwagon.
GOOD TO KNOW
ALL ABOUT OATS • A common pantry staple, oats are one of the healthiest grains on earth. Learn all about this most nutritious of the cereal grasses.
SOW SOME OATS • Time to dust off that tub of oats on your pantry shelf and put the good-for-you grain to use. From oat milk and quick bread, to savory granola and risotto, these four recipes show you how to use oats in ways you might not have thought of.
Pasta Presto • Pasta is one dish that’s always warm and inviting. And to get dinner on the table in 30 minutes — you can’t...