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Guiltless Gourmet at Cooking Light's 'Light Up the Night'

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The magazine's New York City event features top chefs' lightened-up favorites

Trying to stick to a diet and haven’t been able to enjoy a meal out cooked by your favorite chef? Cooking Light magazine just announced their first ever “Light Up the Night” event (coinciding with their 25th anniversary), which will bring together celebrity chefs as well as master mixologists to serve up health-ified versions of their most delicious food and drink recipes.

The event, which will take place on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012 on the Chelsea Market Passage of New York’s High Line, will feature chefs like Michael Anthony (recently named “Best Chef NYC” by the James Beard Foundation), Dan Kluger of ABC Kitchen, Brandon Sharp of Solbar in Napa, and Suvir Saran of Michelin-starred Devi and Bravo’s Top Chef Masters.

Mixologists will include Pascaline Lepeltier of Rouge Tomate and Jim Meehan of PDT, both of whom will present a variety of custom light cocktails to complement the chefs’ dishes.

At $100 a pop, tickets aren’t super cheap, but a portion of all ticket sale proceeds will benefit FoodCorps, Cooking Light’s featured charity. FoodCorps works to improve childhood health by working directly with schools to create a healthier food environment.

To find out more or purchase tickets, check out the event here on the Cooking Light website.


Burns Night recipes

Take your tastebuds on a Highland fling with classic Burns Night dishes including haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan, plus other Scottish-inspired dishes.

Clootie dumpling

This traditional steamed Scottish pudding is made with dried fruit and spices. Enjoy on Burns night with a wee dram and custard or ice cream to serve

Baked haggis

Baking this traditional Scottish meat pudding gives a light, savoury, mealy flavour that's pure heaven

Cranachan

Sweet summer raspberries folded into cream flavoured with honey, whisky and toasted oatmeal - what could be more delicious?

Neeps & tatties soup

Enjoy a taste of Scotland in our warming soup made with swede, potato and haggis topping. It's Burns Night in a bowl

Haggis potato cakes

Swap traditional neeps and tatties on Burns Night (25 January) for these crispy haggis cakes. Make them with just five ingredients for supper or brunch

Vegan haggis

Celebrate Burns Night properly with this delicious veggie haggis filled with lentils, mushrooms and seasoning. Serve with golden neeps and tatties

Scottish stovies

Adapt our take on this traditional Scottish stew to your liking. Try it with a leftover roast, sausage, minced beef or corned beef. Serve with oatcakes or crusty bread

Cullen skink

Simmer haddock, potatoes, milk, onion and parsley to make this comforting soup. Serve with crusty bread for a filling lunch or supper


Burns Night recipes

Take your tastebuds on a Highland fling with classic Burns Night dishes including haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan, plus other Scottish-inspired dishes.

Clootie dumpling

This traditional steamed Scottish pudding is made with dried fruit and spices. Enjoy on Burns night with a wee dram and custard or ice cream to serve

Baked haggis

Baking this traditional Scottish meat pudding gives a light, savoury, mealy flavour that's pure heaven

Cranachan

Sweet summer raspberries folded into cream flavoured with honey, whisky and toasted oatmeal - what could be more delicious?

Neeps & tatties soup

Enjoy a taste of Scotland in our warming soup made with swede, potato and haggis topping. It's Burns Night in a bowl

Haggis potato cakes

Swap traditional neeps and tatties on Burns Night (25 January) for these crispy haggis cakes. Make them with just five ingredients for supper or brunch

Vegan haggis

Celebrate Burns Night properly with this delicious veggie haggis filled with lentils, mushrooms and seasoning. Serve with golden neeps and tatties

Scottish stovies

Adapt our take on this traditional Scottish stew to your liking. Try it with a leftover roast, sausage, minced beef or corned beef. Serve with oatcakes or crusty bread

Cullen skink

Simmer haddock, potatoes, milk, onion and parsley to make this comforting soup. Serve with crusty bread for a filling lunch or supper


Burns Night recipes

Take your tastebuds on a Highland fling with classic Burns Night dishes including haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan, plus other Scottish-inspired dishes.

Clootie dumpling

This traditional steamed Scottish pudding is made with dried fruit and spices. Enjoy on Burns night with a wee dram and custard or ice cream to serve

Baked haggis

Baking this traditional Scottish meat pudding gives a light, savoury, mealy flavour that's pure heaven

Cranachan

Sweet summer raspberries folded into cream flavoured with honey, whisky and toasted oatmeal - what could be more delicious?

Neeps & tatties soup

Enjoy a taste of Scotland in our warming soup made with swede, potato and haggis topping. It's Burns Night in a bowl

Haggis potato cakes

Swap traditional neeps and tatties on Burns Night (25 January) for these crispy haggis cakes. Make them with just five ingredients for supper or brunch

Vegan haggis

Celebrate Burns Night properly with this delicious veggie haggis filled with lentils, mushrooms and seasoning. Serve with golden neeps and tatties

Scottish stovies

Adapt our take on this traditional Scottish stew to your liking. Try it with a leftover roast, sausage, minced beef or corned beef. Serve with oatcakes or crusty bread

Cullen skink

Simmer haddock, potatoes, milk, onion and parsley to make this comforting soup. Serve with crusty bread for a filling lunch or supper


Burns Night recipes

Take your tastebuds on a Highland fling with classic Burns Night dishes including haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan, plus other Scottish-inspired dishes.

Clootie dumpling

This traditional steamed Scottish pudding is made with dried fruit and spices. Enjoy on Burns night with a wee dram and custard or ice cream to serve

Baked haggis

Baking this traditional Scottish meat pudding gives a light, savoury, mealy flavour that's pure heaven

Cranachan

Sweet summer raspberries folded into cream flavoured with honey, whisky and toasted oatmeal - what could be more delicious?

Neeps & tatties soup

Enjoy a taste of Scotland in our warming soup made with swede, potato and haggis topping. It's Burns Night in a bowl

Haggis potato cakes

Swap traditional neeps and tatties on Burns Night (25 January) for these crispy haggis cakes. Make them with just five ingredients for supper or brunch

Vegan haggis

Celebrate Burns Night properly with this delicious veggie haggis filled with lentils, mushrooms and seasoning. Serve with golden neeps and tatties

Scottish stovies

Adapt our take on this traditional Scottish stew to your liking. Try it with a leftover roast, sausage, minced beef or corned beef. Serve with oatcakes or crusty bread

Cullen skink

Simmer haddock, potatoes, milk, onion and parsley to make this comforting soup. Serve with crusty bread for a filling lunch or supper


Burns Night recipes

Take your tastebuds on a Highland fling with classic Burns Night dishes including haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan, plus other Scottish-inspired dishes.

Clootie dumpling

This traditional steamed Scottish pudding is made with dried fruit and spices. Enjoy on Burns night with a wee dram and custard or ice cream to serve

Baked haggis

Baking this traditional Scottish meat pudding gives a light, savoury, mealy flavour that's pure heaven

Cranachan

Sweet summer raspberries folded into cream flavoured with honey, whisky and toasted oatmeal - what could be more delicious?

Neeps & tatties soup

Enjoy a taste of Scotland in our warming soup made with swede, potato and haggis topping. It's Burns Night in a bowl

Haggis potato cakes

Swap traditional neeps and tatties on Burns Night (25 January) for these crispy haggis cakes. Make them with just five ingredients for supper or brunch

Vegan haggis

Celebrate Burns Night properly with this delicious veggie haggis filled with lentils, mushrooms and seasoning. Serve with golden neeps and tatties

Scottish stovies

Adapt our take on this traditional Scottish stew to your liking. Try it with a leftover roast, sausage, minced beef or corned beef. Serve with oatcakes or crusty bread

Cullen skink

Simmer haddock, potatoes, milk, onion and parsley to make this comforting soup. Serve with crusty bread for a filling lunch or supper


Burns Night recipes

Take your tastebuds on a Highland fling with classic Burns Night dishes including haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan, plus other Scottish-inspired dishes.

Clootie dumpling

This traditional steamed Scottish pudding is made with dried fruit and spices. Enjoy on Burns night with a wee dram and custard or ice cream to serve

Baked haggis

Baking this traditional Scottish meat pudding gives a light, savoury, mealy flavour that's pure heaven

Cranachan

Sweet summer raspberries folded into cream flavoured with honey, whisky and toasted oatmeal - what could be more delicious?

Neeps & tatties soup

Enjoy a taste of Scotland in our warming soup made with swede, potato and haggis topping. It's Burns Night in a bowl

Haggis potato cakes

Swap traditional neeps and tatties on Burns Night (25 January) for these crispy haggis cakes. Make them with just five ingredients for supper or brunch

Vegan haggis

Celebrate Burns Night properly with this delicious veggie haggis filled with lentils, mushrooms and seasoning. Serve with golden neeps and tatties

Scottish stovies

Adapt our take on this traditional Scottish stew to your liking. Try it with a leftover roast, sausage, minced beef or corned beef. Serve with oatcakes or crusty bread

Cullen skink

Simmer haddock, potatoes, milk, onion and parsley to make this comforting soup. Serve with crusty bread for a filling lunch or supper


Burns Night recipes

Take your tastebuds on a Highland fling with classic Burns Night dishes including haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan, plus other Scottish-inspired dishes.

Clootie dumpling

This traditional steamed Scottish pudding is made with dried fruit and spices. Enjoy on Burns night with a wee dram and custard or ice cream to serve

Baked haggis

Baking this traditional Scottish meat pudding gives a light, savoury, mealy flavour that's pure heaven

Cranachan

Sweet summer raspberries folded into cream flavoured with honey, whisky and toasted oatmeal - what could be more delicious?

Neeps & tatties soup

Enjoy a taste of Scotland in our warming soup made with swede, potato and haggis topping. It's Burns Night in a bowl

Haggis potato cakes

Swap traditional neeps and tatties on Burns Night (25 January) for these crispy haggis cakes. Make them with just five ingredients for supper or brunch

Vegan haggis

Celebrate Burns Night properly with this delicious veggie haggis filled with lentils, mushrooms and seasoning. Serve with golden neeps and tatties

Scottish stovies

Adapt our take on this traditional Scottish stew to your liking. Try it with a leftover roast, sausage, minced beef or corned beef. Serve with oatcakes or crusty bread

Cullen skink

Simmer haddock, potatoes, milk, onion and parsley to make this comforting soup. Serve with crusty bread for a filling lunch or supper


Burns Night recipes

Take your tastebuds on a Highland fling with classic Burns Night dishes including haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan, plus other Scottish-inspired dishes.

Clootie dumpling

This traditional steamed Scottish pudding is made with dried fruit and spices. Enjoy on Burns night with a wee dram and custard or ice cream to serve

Baked haggis

Baking this traditional Scottish meat pudding gives a light, savoury, mealy flavour that's pure heaven

Cranachan

Sweet summer raspberries folded into cream flavoured with honey, whisky and toasted oatmeal - what could be more delicious?

Neeps & tatties soup

Enjoy a taste of Scotland in our warming soup made with swede, potato and haggis topping. It's Burns Night in a bowl

Haggis potato cakes

Swap traditional neeps and tatties on Burns Night (25 January) for these crispy haggis cakes. Make them with just five ingredients for supper or brunch

Vegan haggis

Celebrate Burns Night properly with this delicious veggie haggis filled with lentils, mushrooms and seasoning. Serve with golden neeps and tatties

Scottish stovies

Adapt our take on this traditional Scottish stew to your liking. Try it with a leftover roast, sausage, minced beef or corned beef. Serve with oatcakes or crusty bread

Cullen skink

Simmer haddock, potatoes, milk, onion and parsley to make this comforting soup. Serve with crusty bread for a filling lunch or supper


Burns Night recipes

Take your tastebuds on a Highland fling with classic Burns Night dishes including haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan, plus other Scottish-inspired dishes.

Clootie dumpling

This traditional steamed Scottish pudding is made with dried fruit and spices. Enjoy on Burns night with a wee dram and custard or ice cream to serve

Baked haggis

Baking this traditional Scottish meat pudding gives a light, savoury, mealy flavour that's pure heaven

Cranachan

Sweet summer raspberries folded into cream flavoured with honey, whisky and toasted oatmeal - what could be more delicious?

Neeps & tatties soup

Enjoy a taste of Scotland in our warming soup made with swede, potato and haggis topping. It's Burns Night in a bowl

Haggis potato cakes

Swap traditional neeps and tatties on Burns Night (25 January) for these crispy haggis cakes. Make them with just five ingredients for supper or brunch

Vegan haggis

Celebrate Burns Night properly with this delicious veggie haggis filled with lentils, mushrooms and seasoning. Serve with golden neeps and tatties

Scottish stovies

Adapt our take on this traditional Scottish stew to your liking. Try it with a leftover roast, sausage, minced beef or corned beef. Serve with oatcakes or crusty bread

Cullen skink

Simmer haddock, potatoes, milk, onion and parsley to make this comforting soup. Serve with crusty bread for a filling lunch or supper


Burns Night recipes

Take your tastebuds on a Highland fling with classic Burns Night dishes including haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan, plus other Scottish-inspired dishes.

Clootie dumpling

This traditional steamed Scottish pudding is made with dried fruit and spices. Enjoy on Burns night with a wee dram and custard or ice cream to serve

Baked haggis

Baking this traditional Scottish meat pudding gives a light, savoury, mealy flavour that's pure heaven

Cranachan

Sweet summer raspberries folded into cream flavoured with honey, whisky and toasted oatmeal - what could be more delicious?

Neeps & tatties soup

Enjoy a taste of Scotland in our warming soup made with swede, potato and haggis topping. It's Burns Night in a bowl

Haggis potato cakes

Swap traditional neeps and tatties on Burns Night (25 January) for these crispy haggis cakes. Make them with just five ingredients for supper or brunch

Vegan haggis

Celebrate Burns Night properly with this delicious veggie haggis filled with lentils, mushrooms and seasoning. Serve with golden neeps and tatties

Scottish stovies

Adapt our take on this traditional Scottish stew to your liking. Try it with a leftover roast, sausage, minced beef or corned beef. Serve with oatcakes or crusty bread

Cullen skink

Simmer haddock, potatoes, milk, onion and parsley to make this comforting soup. Serve with crusty bread for a filling lunch or supper


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