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Andrew Zimmern Joins Food & Wine

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Thai Hot-and-Sour Soup

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Thai Hot-and-Sour Soup

Today, F&W revealed its newest (and most adventurous) contributing editor: Andrew Zimmern. Though you may know him best as the guinea-pig-eating and snapping-turtle-catching host of the Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods, Zimmern is also a talented and classically trained chef. He'll share photos from his exotic travels, and most importantly, a fabulous recipe for the home cook, each week. Kicking things off today: Thai Hot-and-Sour Coconut-Chicken Soup.

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Lyonnais Chicken from Cookbook Author Paula Wolfert

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Lyonnais Chicken

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Lyonnais Chicken

Master cookbook author Paula Wolfert's latest tome, The Food of Morocco, drops on Tuesday. The October issue of Food & Wine gives a sneak peek into the new book, which expands on her groundbreaking 1973 work, Couscous and Other Good Food from Morocco. Wolfert’s talents in the kitchen, however, go beyond Moroccan cuisine, as seen in her rustic recipe for Lyonnais chicken in red wine vinegar.

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Curry Chicken from One of Joe Jonas’s Favorite Chefs

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Susan Feniger

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Susan Feniger

Joe Jonas is quite the foodie, according to today’s New York Times profile of the pop star. The middle Jonas brother, who appeared on last season's Top Chef as a guest judge, discussed his desire to start a food blog, his new solo career, and how he idolizes chefs like Ferran Adrià, Mario Batali, Tim Love and Susan Feniger. "If there’s a chef I really like, I will freak, because I think their talent is so different from what I do," Jonas said. Don't freak, but Feniger’s sweet, sour and spicy curry chicken recipe should get you excited too.

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Sweet Honey-Glazed Chicken Breasts for Rosh Hashanah

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Honey-Glazed Chicken

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Honey-Glazed Chicken

Tonight’s sunset marks the start of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year and first of the High Holidays. Among the traditional celebratory foods, round challah bread represents the cyclical year, lamb (primarily the head) symbolizes the "head" of the year—and, most importantly, honey is meant to infuse the new year with sweetness. Whether or not you’ll be celebrating tonight, Honey-and-Spice-Glazed Chicken Breasts make a delicious and fast weeknight meal.

Related: More Recipes for Rosh Hashanah

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Coffee-Glazed Chicken to Waylay Depression

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Coffee-Glazed Chicken

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Coffee-Glazed Chicken

A study published in The Archives of Internal Medicine this week suggests that caffeine may reduce the risk of depression in women, the Los Angeles Times reports. After surveying 50,739 women over a 10-year period, researchers found that those who consumed one or more cups of coffee a day were less likely to be diagnosed as clinically depressed. Whether or not coffee keeps you in a happier state, it's still worth more than a quick buzz. The flavors add delicious depth to recipes like this one for Chicken Breasts Glazed with Coffee BBQ Sauce.

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Garlicky Chicken Thighs from The Chew’s Missing Mario Batali

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Garlicky Chicken Thighs

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Garlicky Chicken Thighs

ABC’s new food-centric chat show, The Chew, premiered this afternoon. Highlights included Michael Symon showing off his “Got Pork” tattoo, Carla Hall’s 40-year-old Betty Crocker pancake recipe and Daphne Oz’s budget-friendly smoothie recipes (plus a visit from her famous Dr. dad). Noticeably absent from the studio was Mario Batali, who appeared later telecast from a charity golf tournament. Off-site location aside, Batali still managed to whip up a pizza. Here’s hoping the clog-clad chef will be more present in future episodes since we love his affordable recipes, like this one for grilled chicken thighs coated in a crispy, garlicky crumb topping.

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Ferran Adrià's Catalan Chicken Shortcut

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Catalan Rotisserie Chicken Stew

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Catalan Rotisserie Chicken Stew

Known for experimenting with futuristic cooking techniques at the now-closed El Bulli, Spanish chef Ferran Adrià shows a simpler side in his next cookbook, The Family Meal. Focusing on the sort of filling budget meals that were served to the restaurant’s staff, the Phaidon tome drops October 1 and features step-by-step photo instructions. It's not the first time that Adrià has exhibited a knack for easy dishes; the superchef shared this recipe for sweet and nutty Catalan chicken stew with Food & Wine back in 2005. The surprising shortcut: store-bought rotisserie chicken.

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“Top Chef” Goes Texan

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Tim Love

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Tim Love

This week, Bravo announced that the ninth season of Top Chef will premiere on November 2 at 10 p.m. and take place in cowboy country: Texas. Of course, Texan-to-the-core chef Tim Love will be dropping by to guest judge. Contestants should know that Love holds high expectations for barbecue. His own smoky barbecued chicken is slow-cooked near smoldering coals.

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Rick Bayless Joins the Circus, Makes Enchiladas

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Enchiladas Suizas

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Enchiladas Suizas

This week, chef Rick Bayless announced that he would be joining the circus. The Chicago Tribune reports that for four weeks next spring, the first Top Chef Masters winner will star in "Rick Bayless in Cascabel," a food-centric circus show at Chicago’s Lookingglass Theatre. Tickets will include a three-course meal and hors d’oeuvres prepared at Bayless’s nearby Frontera Grill. We’re not sure about Bayless’s acrobatic skills, but we know his expertise in Mexican cuisine is indisputable when we try recipes like this one for creamy, spicy chicken enchiladas.

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Coming Soon: Sam Mason’s Mayonnaise Shop

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Big Bob Gibson's Chicken

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Big Bob Gibson's Chicken

Former WD-50 pastry chef, Sam Mason, just announced that his next venture will be an all-mayonnaise store in Brooklyn, NY. The Huffington Post reports that Empire Mayo will offer a wide selection of high-end mayos in flavors like mushroom, Parmesan and foie gras. Whether or not artisanal food lovers will flock to such a specialized shop will be revealed after the November opening, but we do share Mason's enthusiasm for the condiment. We love mayonnaise’s versatility: You can use it in place of ketchup for French fries, as a Mediterranean rouille or as the base for this tangy white barbecue sauce paired with Big Bob Gibson’s grilled chicken.

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