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super style in your dining room • When pattern and texture get together, it’s never a dull meal. Oversize canvas art is always a fast upgrade—one and done. Add in a jazzy pendant, pop-of-color flowers in a nubby green vase, and an iconic off set-striped rug for a li’l home zone that racks up big-time appeal.
Star Search • Find your favorite chefs and celebs in this issue.
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Watch This! • See what’s coming to Food Network this spring.
To Your Health • Here’s what’s extra good for you in this issue.
New on the Shelf • Check out these just-released groceries and goods.
The Goods • We paired recipes in this issue with some great finds from our Food Network + Kohl’s line.
THIRTY DAYS OF EGGS! • Start every day right with these easy breakfasts.
TRY THIS AT HOME Bagels • It’s super satisfying to make your own—just follow this step-by-step guide!
The Secret Sauce • These over-the-top breakfasts are dripping with goodness.
Chicken Soup for All • There’s more than one way to make a great chicken soup. Four chefs share their best recipes.
Tomato Soup + GRILLED CHEESE forever • It just might be the best lunch combo of all time.
Mastering French Onion Soup • Julia Child is back—in a new Food Network series, The Julia Child Challenge. Try your hand at one of her most famous recipes.
Taking it SLOW • More than 80 years after its debut, the humble slow cooker is still one of America’s go-to appliances. Put it to work on these recipes.
SLOWLY BUT SURELY
Give it a FRY • Recipe developer Jackie Ji Yoon Park lets us in on the secret to Korean fried chicken.
Lasagna, Your Way • Sunny Anderson asks her followers to design their perfect recipe.
For the Love of Dumpligs • Let’s take a moment to appreciate the most satisfying single bite of food ever created.
The Best Dumpling I Ever Ate • Food Network chefs reveal their all-time favorites.
The Great Dumpling Debate • Two experts, sisters Hannah and Marian Cheng of the New York City dumpling shop Mimi Cheng’s, weigh in on the age-old question: What’s the best way to cook a dumpling?
Are You a Dumpling Lover? • Take this quiz and find out!
How to Make Soup Dumplings • Molly Yeh shares the secret to her favorite xiao long bao.
Simply Irresistible • Ina Garten puts an exquisite twist on a comfort food staple: mac and cheese.
ANATOMY OF A Chicken Pot Pie • Few dinners are as comforting as a steaming hot pot pie. Here’s how to make one.
Imagine the memories you’ll make with Pepperoni Pizza Crescent Rolls
INSIDE THE Test Kitchen • Our chefs dish out tips, tricks and cooking hacks.
Battle of the BISCUITS • Cut-out or drop biscuits? Take your pick—or try them both!
My Kind of Rice • Food Network stars share some of their most beloved rice recipes—and give us a taste of home.
Adventures in Broccoli • The best way to prepare broccoli just might be to overcook it.
FEEL-GOOD Greens • Does a big bowl of green veggies qualify as comfort food? Yes—if you make them like this.
Comfort in an INSTANT • These side dishes couldn’t be any easier: Your Instant Pot will do all the work.
THE Sweetest THINGS • Pudding, cookies, brownies, ice cream, cake…they’re the ultimate mood boosters.