Sunday, October 7, 2007

Newsstand Alert - Everyday Food

I love Fall ... everything about it, but particularly the tummy-warming, comfort food aspects of it. Having just finished reading the October issue of Everyday Food with its comfort food theme, it's the perfect way to usher in the new season. Everything from cheddar mashed potatoes, glazed carrots and four different ways with traditional meatloaf, it's here.

“This issue’s recipes prove that comfort food doesn’t have to be time-consuming. You’ll find a whole week’s worth of comfort food with only one trip to the market, dessert served straight from the oven, and quick sides that will take you back in time without taking yours.” – Allie Lewis, Deputy Food Editor

Highlights of the newest (and biggest!) issue include:

Grocery Bag p. 92
Before heading to the supermarket, grab our shopping list and you’ll be set for a week of satisfying comfort meals. Try pork tenderloin with sautéed apples and leeks, and country-fried steak with green beans and rice.

Surprising Staples p. 104
Branch out from the usual standbys and stock up on versatile ingredients from around the world. Make exciting dishes including parmesan and porcini risotto and spice-rubbed chicken with hominy sauté.

Sweet, Warm, Cozy p. 122
As the mercury dips, serve up old-time favorite desserts – apple crisp, banana-raisin bread pudding and chocolate pudding cake – sure to leave you feeling snug and toasty.

How-to with Allie Lewis p. 44
Deputy Food Editor Allie Lewis shows how to make the most comforting of comfort foods: tender, flavorful meatloaf with three different toppings.

On newsstands now.

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