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9 Jun

Your All-in-One Guide to the Best Vegan Sources of Protein

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With the rise in popularity of ingredients like tempeh and chia seeds, getting your fill of proteinon a plant-based diet doesn’t have to be a challenge. In fact, options are pretty limitless and flexible these days, and it’s important to know your options, what each of them offers, and how you can make the best use of them in your diet. So the next time you’re preparing a plant-based meal and are scratching your head over which protein to include, consult this handy guide on what to use when. Beans: Beans are known to be magical, and it’s probably because they pack loads of protein — approx. 7-8 grams per 1/2 cup! In addition to hearty burritos, you can add them to soups, dips, salads, or make delish veggie...
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8 Jun

The Flower Shop’s New York edit

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Dylan Hales and Ronnie Flynn are the Australian expats behind New York go-to The Flower Shop, the restaurant and bar in the Lower East Side that has become a staple among the downtown set. From the tried and tested local haunts to the stand out favourites found beyond the downtown periphery, here Hales and Flynn share with RUSSH their edit of the places they return to, time and time again.

 The Ear Inn @earinnart. Dylan - "It’s the oldest bar in New York City. Even prohibition did not stop them from serving booze! There is a landmark law that allows customers to drink outside on the street, which is illegal everywhere else in New York."   Bemelmans Bar at The Carlyle...
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8 Jun

Every Dish From Chef Samin Nosrat’s Magnificent Frilled Feast

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To cook with Samin Nosrat is to pick herbs, pound garlic, squeeze lemons, and get a sneakily profound education. No matter that on this particular afternoon, she’s making dinner without an actual kitchen or even running water—Worlds End, the remote New York farm owned by her friends and hosts Sarah Ryhanen and Eric Famisan of Brooklyn floral favorite Saipua, has neither. Spending all day around a prep table in the barn and the makeshift cinder block grilling “kitchen” that she MacGyvered nearby with her friend Lori Podraza is to understand the true joy of cooking. That’s because the beyond-ebullient Bay Area chef, teacher, and writer emphasizes the essentials: Shop well, taste constantly, and understand that salt, fat, acid, and heat are...
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5 Jun

This Light-Up Cotton Candy Will Make You Want to Head to Disney, Stat

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As any good foodie knows, part of enjoying a meal these days is making others drool over the sweet and savory delights you’re about to indulge in. Whether it’s a color-changing unicorn frapp or mermaid toast, if it ain’t pretty (or even Goth!), we don’t want it.

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Disney, in particular, has seen some major success with its grammable offerings as of late: There’s the Groot-shaped bread that’s inciting an all-out frenzy, for instance, and, most recently, the boldly colored Night Blossom drink.

Had to get this it looked so awesome and for a whopping $7 I couldn't believe it! #youtube #Lightupcottoncandy #awesome #kidatheart #disneyworld #happilyeverafter #linkinbio for #video
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2 Jun

What to Make: Fried Asparagus & Courgette Chip Salad

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Fearne Cotton’s Fried Asparagus & Courgette Chip Salad This is great as a quick lunch or a lovely side dish, or as a big serving platter for a group of guests. I started breadcrumb-coating every vegetable in sight once I had kids, in an attempt to get them eating more veg. The Parmesan gives these veggie sticks loads of dreamy flavour and crunch, with the added bonus of getting a whole lot of green goodness into your diet. Serves 2 Ingredients 1 courgette, topped and tailed 60g breadcrumbs (gluten-free if you prefer) 35g grated Parmesan cheese, or nutritional yeast, plus extra to serve 100g asparagus spears 50g white spelt flour or gluten-free flour 1 egg, beaten 2 tbsp olive oil 80g cherry tomatoes, halved 100g rocket extra virgin olive oil, for drizzling balsamic vinegar,...
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2 Jun

Rigatoni With Lemon-Chile Pesto And Grated Egg

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Rigatoni With Lemon-Chile Pesto And Grated Egg

The butter (yep, a whole stick) mellows the tart lemon sauce and is key to the finished texture.

Ingredients
4 SERVINGS

12 ounces rigatoni or other short pasta
Kosher salt
4 hard-boiled large egg yolks
8 tablespoons (1 stick) unsalted butter, divided
1 teaspoon finely grated lemon zest
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
1 teaspoon finely grated Meyer lemon zest
2 tablespoons fresh Meyer lemon juice
½ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
Freshly ground black pepper
½ ounce Pecorino, finely grated (about ½ cup)

Preparation Cook pasta in a large pot of boiling salted water, stirring occasionally, until very al dente (pasta will still be opaque and very firm in the center). Drain pasta, reserving 1½ cups pasta cooking liquid. Meanwhile, finely grate egg yolks on the small...
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1 Jun

Sausage, Greens, And Beans Pasta

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Sausage, Greens, And Beans Pasta

The genius of this pasta recipe is in the contrast of the textures and flavors. If spicy isn’t your thing, sub in any fresh sausage you like.

Ingredients
4 SERVINGS

⅓ cup olive oil
2 sprigs rosemary
8 ounces spicy Italian sausage, casings removed
1 15.5-ounce can chickpeas or cannellini (white kidney) beans, rinsed, patted dry
¼ cup dry white wine
12 ounces paccheri, rigatoni, or other large tubular pasta
Kosher salt
8 cups (lightly packed) torn escarole, kale, or Swiss chard leaves
¾ cup finely grated Parmesan, divided
Freshly ground black pepper
2 tablespoons unsalted butter

Preparation Heat oil in a large Dutch oven or other heavy pot over medium-high. Fry rosemary, turning, until crisp, about 2 minutes. Transfer to paper towels to drain. Add sausage to same pot...
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31 May

How To Make a Moscow Mule Like a Pro

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For the uninitiated, the 75-year old Moscow Mule cocktail is a happy place for faithful vodka drinkers who crave something beyond their favorite college bar orders, but don't necessarily want to switch up their liquor of choice (because we remember what happened the last time we tried tequila). It's also an essential for lazy girls who are looking for something tasty and easy to shake up (three or four ingredients and you're good to go 🙏). The drink tastes fizzy and tangy, with a hint of sweetness and spice all at once, while of course bringing on the buzz. Many bars serve the cocktail in a copper mug to keep it cold (which is why it's one of the prettiest...
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30 May

PSA: You Can Make Corn Dogs In Your Waffle Maker

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A golden buttery waffled drenched in maple syrup is a glorious treat, but it's not an every-morning type of thing. But if you're only making waffles for special occasions, you're seriously missing out. Don't let your waffle maker collect dust in the cupboard. You can hack it to make a whole plethora of goodies. Like corn dogs!

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JONATHAN BOULTON
Before these little cuties, I had never made corn dogs at home. Why would anyone when you can get a better one at the boardwalk? Let's be honest, no one wants to deep fry franks at home. You do however want to encase them in corn muffin batter and waffle the heck out of them. To make...
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30 May

5 Super Easy Weeknight Recipes For Summer (Yes, There’s Pasta)

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Senior food editor Chris Morocco cooks all day long. After spending all morning and afternoon developing and testing recipes in the BA Test Kitchen, he cooks dinner for his wife and two sons. Every. Single. Day. That last meal is a lot to deal with, especially when his brain is fried and stomach is full. What Morocco needs are simple recipes, that take advantage of seasonal ingredients and build big flavor quickly. Luckily, he's a food editor, so these things come naturally. Here are five of his favorite easy weeknight recipes, from pasta to fish to dessert:

Photo by Alex Lau
Photo by Alex Lau
Green Beans and Cucumbers with Miso DressingNever underestimate how much miso to use. This recipe uses ¼ cup; that's by...
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