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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IN THE NOW • WHAT’S HAPPENING IN FOOD
HEIRLOOMS • Aunt Ruby’s German Green, Japanese Black Trifele, Green Zebra, Azoychka, Green Giant, Costoluto Genovese, Marianna’s Peace ... these are just a wee fraction of the dizzying array of fun and fruitful heirloom tomatoes.
COMFORT ME WITH SOUP
ALL THINGS PIZZA
AIR-FRIED “CHICKEN” • Frying chicken on the stove top is a labor of love that also splatters up a kitchen pretty quickly. We put the air fryer up to the test, and let it be known, it didn’t disappoint!
AIR FRYER 101
BEAN PASTA PARTY • High-protein and filling, bean (or legume) pastas offer tasty alternatives to those who seek gluten-free or low-carb options.
magical kitchen math: 1 =3
COOK IN COLOR • After previously featuring this cookbook in our “In the Now” section, we just had to give you a taste of what it’s all about. Asha Gomez proves there’s a big, colorful world out there and what better way to showcase it than through food.
WARES • CUISINE REVIEWS
OUR STAFF TESTED PARING KNIVES
FLOUR POWER • THREE WAYS TO THICKEN SOUPS, STEWS & SAUCES WITH FLOUR
ALL ABOUT WALNUTS • Fall means it’s walnut harvest time. And we’re highlighting the magnificent nut that’s been around for thousands of years. (Fun fact — walnuts are the oldest food tree dating back to 7000 B.C.) Read on and learn all about what this nut has to offer — let’s get crackin’!
GO NUTS! • The fruit of walnut trees, walnuts, are slightly bitter in taste but they pair with so many flavors — the options are endless on ways to enjoy this heart-healthy nut. From snacks and sweets to meatballs and noodles, these recipes let the fall favorite, walnuts, shine.
Fast Fall Meals • These seasonal recipes not only answer the question, “What’s for dinner?” They also deliver an abundance of flavor and come together quickly. Win-win-win!
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Pumpkin + chocolate ... KEEP TALKING • If you’re a fan of pumpkin and chocolate, this cake is for you! The light and airy chocolate génoise is smothered under a decadently rich, yet light, pumpkin mousse, making for a swoon-worthy dessert.
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