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Cheers to America: Food & Wine Magazine Toasts the Best Local Brews in All 50 States

Planning on visiting all 50 states? How about drinking in them as well? Food & Wine magazine took a break in its June issue from its nearly all-vino focus to put together an imbiber’s bucket list of the best local bre...
by Michelle Ryan
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Cooking for You and Your Furry Friend Too

You could say I’m a dog lover. I’ve helped take care of several family pets over the years. I’ve fallen in love with them, treasured their companionship and deeply mourned their passing. I’ve had many a ...
by Michelle Ryan
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Pride of Jersey Shore: Steel’s Chocolate-Peanut Butter Fudge Featured in Food Network Magazine

Let me start by saying I don’t just love the combination of chocolate and peanut butter, I love it. I mean it’s probably not advisable to rely on it alone for sustenance, but I’d offer to in the name of health...
by Michelle Ryan
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Like Brussels Sprouts? Grab November’s Whole Living Magazine

Are there poppy seeds in my teeth? Of course there are after that meal, which included the Shredded Brussels Sprouts With Lemon and Poppy Seeds from the November issue of Whole Living magazine. At only 74 calories a serving, ho...
by Summer Huggins
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Get a Sneak Peek From Magazines on How the Movie “The Help” Celebrates Southern Food

If “The Help,” the Dreamworks movie opening Wednesday, Aug. 10, lives up to the praise for “The Help,” the novel by Jackson, Miss., native Kathryn Stockett, then it should be a good one. The book, alread...
by Michelle Ryan
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4 Vegetarian Thanksgiving Menus From Magazines That Aren’t Talking Turkey

As un-American as it sounds, some of us just don’t care for turkey. Nope, not even on Thanksgiving. But don’t tell that to the Pilgrims (though it’s likely the bird wasn’t part of their first feast). There aren’t many...
by Michelle Ryan
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