Bon Appétit focuses on what's "now" in the world of food, drink, and entertaining, while still giving readers valuable cooking tools, tips, and most of all, recipes. This food lifestyle publication looks at life through the lens of food & cooking in, dining out, travel, entertainment, shopping and design.
THE HEALTHYiSH ISSUE • The faces and places at the forefront of the wellness revolution
I Get It Now
Full Steam Ahead
Go Tropical • When everyone’s seasonal affective disorder kicks into overdrive, vibrant tropical fruit is the dessert you need
Mortars, Masks, and More • All the important things in life that senior food editor Andy Baraghani can’t live without
For the Love of Beans • A saucy ragù and plenty of garlic bread turned Deb Perelman’s two self-proclaimed bean-haters into devoted legume fans
Game Day Dips • You know the saying, “Give the people what they want”? Well, what they really want is one of these creamy, irresistible party-ready dips
The Art of the Meal Plan
FOOD in VOGUE
SERVE UP STYLE
FROM PREP TO PRESENTATION • No matter what’s on the menu, The Home Depot has kitchen tools and tabletop essentials you can trust
The Night Shift
When a Coffee Shop Goes from Dawn to Dusk • How Remedy House breaks it all down.
Ask a Barista, er… Bartender • Angie Thompson, a drink maker at Methodical Coffee, talks shop
We’re Gonna Need Some Bigger Pants • Cruise kitchens don’t sleep. So for 24 hours on this enormous floating playground neither did I
Eat with Your Hands, Drink at a Gas Station • Our very opinionated picks for this month’s finest places to eat and drink
Glass from the Past • Bartenders are scouring antique stores and raiding their parents’ cabinets for retro decal glasses, and so are we
WELLNESS Took Over THE WORLD
YES, There Are BRUSSELS SPROUTS In Your TACOS • Whether she’s dreaming up a Mexican-inspired take on a bagel with lox (see Arctic Char Tostadas, page 54) or blitzing a batch of avocado water, 28-year-old chef DANIELA SOTO-INNES is making Mexican food that is uniquely hers: healthy without being ascetic, grounded in tradition without being beholden to it. These are the recipes from her day-to-night café Atla that we wish we could eat for every single meal
“I AM NOT A WOO-WOO WELLNESS AYURVEDIC YOGA INSTRUCTOR SELLING YOU TURMERIC” • SANA JAVERI KADRI wants a lot more out of this sought-after spice than a trendy latte
Like Etsy… but for Healthy Snacks • Our horoscope is in. This is the year of the healthyish snack, and Jessica Young is our oracle. Her online retailer Bubble Goods works a little like Etsy: If a food brand passes Young’s taste test—and is free of bad stuff—it can sell on getintothebubble.com and ship direct to customers. “It’s all the best clean-label foods in one place,” Young says. But back to the snacks. Here’s what Young says we’ll crave in 2019.
PUTTING THEIR ALL INTO AN ALL-DAY CAFÉ • Folk in Detroit is about more than pothos plant aesthetics and gluten-free waffles. KIKI LOUYA and ROHANI FOULKES are committed to the community, offering living wages, boosting urban agriculture, and sourcing locally. Just look at what goes into a single bowl of yogurt.
WHO — YOU — EAT — WITH MATTERS AS MUCH AS — WHAT — YOU — EAT
“Holistic Wellness Has Been Part of Our Culture for Thousands of Years”
MEZCAL DRINK of the MOMENT
WHAT COMES AFTER MILLENNIAL PINK? • Restaurant designer ELISE McMAHON’s work isn’t just about curating a look. It’s about building shared spaces for her community
DON’T CALL it FAST FOOD • If you’ve bought a grain bowl anytime in the past few years, you know that FAST-CASUALRES TAURANTS across the country are thinking about...