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Bon Appétit T-Shirts Are Here!

In any given test kitchen video, you’ll probably see Chris poised in the background, eyebrows furrowed, lips pursed, earbuds in. It wasn’t until Molly finally asked him what exactly it was that he listened to that we got our answer: Timecop 1983. Grab the shirt that captures one of the test kitchen’s greatest mysteries.

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Food Gift Ideas (2018): What the Bon Appétit Staff Is Giving This Year

When I had my first sip of Forthave Spirits Marseille Amaro, the coziest winter-spiced amaro your heart could desire, I had a vision of myself sitting by a warm fireplace in the middle of a blizzard, with sweatpants tucked into my socks and slippers on my feet. There’s something very special happening at the small but mighty Forthave Spirits Distillery in Brooklyn. A lot of thought and consideration has gone into each of the three spirits on offer, but pour yourself a glass and see for yourself. – Molly Baz, senior associate food editor

Buy it: Forthave Spirits Marseille Amaro (Half-Bottle), $28 from Astor Wines

 

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Bon Appétit’s 10 Most Popular Recipes in November 2018

It got pretty damn cold across the country this month, which means hearty dishes and baked goods were on heavy rotation. In November, the most popular recipes involved seasonal ingredients like butternut squash (soup and an impressive tart), maple syrup (with roasted carrots), and apples (how could you not swoon for our new naked apple dessert?). Check out the full lineup of super hits below, perhaps while sipping on a hot penicillin cocktail to bust that cold you’re probably fighting.

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Give a Bon Appétit Gift Box, Become a Holiday Hero

Here’s a little unsolicited holiday advice from the Bon Appétit team to you: People care a lot about what you get them each holiday season. Sure, we all know that it’s the “thought that counts” and as long as your heart is “in the right place,” everything will work out fine. But really, that scratchy sweater your great aunt gave you? We didn’t think so. Instead, give Bon Appétit’s brand spankin’ new gift box and be the holiday hero your family and friends deserve.

People want gifts that keep on giving, and this one does—all the time. The box comes with a one-year subscription to Bon Appétit. We’re talking print AND digital, plus a bonus issue in the box, which means your cherished recipient never has to worry about missing out on the coolest new restaurants, the hottest trends, and the best new recipes BA has to offer.

The bundle also boasts a signature “Don’t Worry, Eat Happy” tote, a reusable Stasher silicone storage bag (popularized by a little ol’ tv show called Shark Tank!), and a stash of BA editors’ favorite cookie recipes. We’ve even gone the extra mile and included a cookie scoop and two Skor bars, aka the closest thing to a perfect pre-made English toffee you’ll find. This way, your recipient can get right to making our new Spiced Snickerdoodle Crunch Cookies and you can get right to eating them.

Who could say no to all of these goodies getting delivered to your door? Take our advice this holiday season and give the gifts people will truly want. And who knows, you might just end up with a few sweet treats for yourself.

What are you waiting for? Get gifting!

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Elevate Your Culinary Game with Netflix, Bon Appétit, and Williams Sonoma

Only one chef wins The Final Table, a new global culinary competition series from Netflix. But there will be another winner elevating cuisine to international heights thanks to Williams Sonoma, Bon Appétit, and Netflix. Perhaps it will be you?

Inspired by his experience hosting The Final Table—where 12 pairs of chefs from around the world put their talent to work on national dishes for celebrities, food critics, and culinary legends—acclaimed food writer and Bon Appétit Editor-at-Large Andrew Knowlton has selected 16 of his favorite items from Williams Sonoma.

Enter to win them all here:
www.williams-sonoma.com/finaltablegiveaway

Watch The Final Table, November 20th Only on Netflix.

For more mouth-watering content follow @BonAppetitMag, @WilliamsSonoma and for more of The Final Table follow @Don’tWatchHungry

We’re Starting a Cookbook Club at Bon Appétit, and So Can You

In the words of Michael Jackson, “Ya gotta be startin’ somethin,” and guess what?! We’re starting a Bon Appétit Cookbook Club. Each month, we, the editors of Bon Appétit, will choose a cookbook we’re obsessed with, whether it’s one that’s hot off the press or the one that we’ve been cooking out of for a decade. On the first Monday of each month, we’ll announce that month’s cookbook, give you the low-down on what makes it a must-have, and share one of our favorite recipes from it. This month’s inaugural pick: Nik Sharma’s Season; read about why we chose it (and get the recipe for his curry leaf popcorn chicken right this way. Then, here’s how to get in on the Club:

1. Find the book

…from the library, from a bookstore, from your friend’s house, from one of those sites on the internet that sells things, whatever it takes.

2. Find friends (or internet friends)

Pass the cookbook around to all of your friends and get them amped up about Cookbook Club.

3. Make a date

Craft that group text, then use a Doodle poll to pick a date.

4. Decide who’s making what

Cookbook Club is potluck-style. Get a Google Sheet going (to avoid duplicate recipes), and ask people to sign up for a recipe (or two) to make. You can also have a column for dietary restrictions, if you’re nice like that.

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5. Prep your dish

It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for, the time to cook your dish. Make sure you read the recipe a few days in advance, in case you suddenly find out you were supposed to soak almonds overnight, or something like that. Choose a recipe that you know will transport well (sorry, fried calamari) and bring your own servingware. If you need to reheat something, quickly whip cream, or chop some garnishes, ask your host if you can come over a few minutes early to prep; it’ll be way easier that way, trust us.

6. Party

Break out the triangular party hats, put on that playlist of good vibes, and open that Gamay you’ve been chilling: It’s party time. Have everyone bring a bottle of wine or the ingredients for a cocktail. (I’ve heard a pitcher of these spritzes is the move.)

7. Tell us about it!

Follow along right here on bonappetit.com, on Instagram (you follow us, right?), and in our newsletter (sign up for that here) for all of the updates on what our editors and readers are psyched about making from each book. Use the hashtag #BACookbookClub when you’re cooking for your party!