7 Surprising Uses for Your Under-Appreciated Food Processor

January 18, 2016 | Seafood Recipes
Perhaps you, like so many of us, purchased a food processor with pesto in mind. These babies are admittedly perfect for blitzing garlic, herbs, nuts, and olive oil, but once you've exhausted your pesto capacity (one can only eat so much spaghetti), what happens next? Don't let your food processor take up space on your countertop, collecting dust, looking over at the blender longingly. Make that clunky hunk of machinery earn its keep in your kitch
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The Comfort Food Diaries: Grilling in Winter

January 18, 2016 | Seafood Recipes
Lake effect. Wind shear. Thundersnow. Black ice. Polar vortex. Weather is not a dull subject in the North Country of New York, which often gets more than 200 inches of snow per winter. But when a blizzard howls and my 200-year-old house creaks in response, cabin fever kicks in, so that's when I get serious about grilling. Read More ...read more
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Drink Your Veggies: 13 Delicious Vegetable Juice and Smoothie Recipes

January 18, 2016 | Seafood Recipes
It took me a long time to understand green juice, which always seemed like a silly health food fad to me. But then I got a high-end blender and started experimenting with vegetable smoothies—a little kale here, a little bell pepper there—and, to my surprise, I really liked them. If you're looking for a quick, vitamin-packed breakfast or a feel-good snack, these 13 recipes will come in handy. Read More ...rea
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The Only Cold Brew Concentrate You Need

January 17, 2016 | Seafood Recipes
All cold brew coffee is more or less made the same way—by long-steeping coarse coffee grounds in unheated water—but it's not all created equal. Grady's Cold Brew coffee concentrate, made in Brooklyn, is the best interpretation of ready-made cold brew coffee we've tried. It's a hot (cold?) commodity in the Test Kitchen and our go-to cold brew for straight-up drinking, blending into smoothies (like this banana-cocoa concoction), and mixing into
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We Can’t Remember Life Before Fried Bread

January 17, 2016 | Seafood Recipes
You know how when you make a grilled cheese, the bread gets all glistening and golden and crispy and delicious? Newsflash: You don't need to make a grilled cheese to get bread like that. You just need to start frying your bread instead of toasting it. I started doing it recently, almost as an afterthought. On most mornings, I fry up some eggs in olive oil for breakfast. There's always oil left in the pan and I figured, why not throw a slice of ni
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40 KitchenAid Recipes That Stand, Mix, and Deliver

January 16, 2016 | Seafood Recipes
Acquiring a stand mixer, like the classic KitchenAid, is a milestone in any home cook's life—here are 31 ways to make the most of yours. The post 40 KitchenAid Recipes That Stand, Mix, and Deliver appeared first on Bon Appétit. ...read more
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Get to Know Editorial Business Assistant (and Gisele Diet Disciple) Josh Ocampo

January 15, 2016 | Seafood Recipes
From ex-line cooks to former high-fashion talent bookers, the Bon Appétit staff has come from all walks. Each week, a different staffer will tell us about what they're cooking, eating, and generally into right now. Today, it's editorial business assistant Josh Ocampo. Want even more dispatches from our staff? Follow us on Instagram. Photo: Getty/Mike Coppola What I do at Bon Appétit: I pay the bills and drink too much at holiday parties. And se
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Get Outta Here with That Bland, Watery Soup

January 15, 2016 | Seafood Recipes
Yes, everybody makes basic cooking mistakes. Like, say, something as simple as overcooking mushrooms or toasting grains and spices. Below, associate web editor Elyssa Goldberg confesses her lackluster soup to associate food editor Rick Martinez. Welcome to Effed it Up. Dear Rick, One of my early New Year's resolutions: To make awesome soups from scratch all winter long. So, a few days into 2016, a friend and I made a Whole Foods run to gather ing
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22 Supermarket Items You Should Leave on the Shelf (and What to Get Instead)

January 15, 2016 | Seafood Recipes
Most of the time, my goal is to make the best-tasting food in the least amount of time possible, and if I can use a convenient supermarket product to help me get there, all the better. The problem is, using some of those products means you end up sacrificing on quality. Here's my list of 22 common supermarket ingredients that you should never put in your cart, along with suggestions on what to look for instead. Read More
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The Complete Menu for the Final Day of the Food Lover’s Cleanse

January 15, 2016 | Seafood Recipes
Hello from the other side, Food Lovers! It's the last day of our plan, and I'm feeling a little wistful. Though I'm looking forward to a little more improvisation in my cooking life, I feel so grateful to have once again done the Food Lover's Cleanse alongside you. With all the comments and beautiful images you have been posting, I have been in very good company. I hope you are feeling as fresh and energetic as I am after two weeks of a little m
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