Magazine article Sunset

In the SUNSET KITCHEN

Magazine article Sunset

In the SUNSET KITCHEN

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TIPS FROM OUR TEAM

OBSESSION|Just juice it

Getting your daily dose of the vitamin alphabet can get pricey if you're hitting a juice bar. Here are our favorite DIY combos (proportions don't matter-just tinker to taste), as well as some general tricks for making juices at home for far less than $7 a pop. TIB i : Always include one item that will give lots of liquid, like grapes or oranges. Kale is great for you but produces only a few drops of juice. TIB a» For the most vibrant juice, choose fruits and vegetables in the same color family. Otherwise, you can end up with less-than-appealing brown, tib 3s Keep the fruits and vegetables chilled. Your juice will be more refreshing, and you won't need to add ice.

TOB TOOL

SALMON TWEEZERS

Now that salmon season is in full swing, we want to enjoy every bite-without the bones. Needlenose pliers from the toolbox do the job but can gouge the flesh. We prefer salmon tweezers; these strong but gentle ones by RSsle ($19; amazon.com) hove wide grips and rounded edges. Just run a finger down the midline of a raw fillet to expose the bone tips. Give each bone a gentle tug in the direction it grows. Watch how at sunset.com/safmonvideo.

EASY ENTERTAINING

6RILLED PIZZA FOR ACROWD

Everybody loves pizza, but just try it grilled (go to sunset.com/ pizzaonthegrillfor recipes). At parties at our headquarters, it's a guaranteed crowd-pteaser. The secret so it's easy on the cooks? Shape individual crusts ahead;

With oiled hands, pat out a fist-size ball of dough for each pizza on a square of welloiled parchment paper. Stack rounds on sheet pans; chill up to 3 hours.

At party time, flip each round onto a grill (heated to medium) and pull off the paper with tongs. Grill until browned underneath. Put on plates and let guests top the browned side; slide back on grill and cook the second side.

DIGITAL BONUS

Sm the trick in action: suntot.com/pizzaparty.

WINNING READER RECIPE

GRILLED CHICKEN AND BULGUR SALAD

This main-course salad is similar to the Middle Eastern pita salad called fattoush and is especially crisp if you use thin pita chips rather than thick ones. …

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