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vegtimes_nov2010

Preserving History: Surprise Cookbook Project Links Me to Family and Home

I suppose there’s one in every family. That eater so picky that she (yes, me) prefers a peanut butter sandwich to Thanksgiving turkey (at least once upon a time). Or she claimed to be “full” until a scrumptiou...
by Michelle Ryan
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everydayrachray_feb2011

Nothing But Love: Every Day With Rachael Ray Plugs Annual Gourmet Burger Bashes

Every Day With Rachael Ray magazine keeps its covers pretty seasonal–turkey at Thanksgiving, trees at Christmas–so I expected hearts or something appropriately romantic for February. At least the background was red ...
by Michelle Ryan
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natural_health_magazine_subscription_may2011

Slimmed-Down Restaurant Salads: Natural Health Magazine Shows Us How

We’re all trying to eat healthier these days. And sometimes that means ordering “just a salad” when we go out for a meal. But have you seen the calorie counts on the average Mexican or Cobb salad? You might as...
by Summer Huggins
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bananabread_pauladeen_october2010

Good, Not Great: Cooking With Paula Deen’s Banana Bread Recipe Falls Short of Mom’s

Having a few overripe bananas on hand was a treat growing up because it meant my mother would likely whip up a delicious banana bread. Best served warm out of the oven, a slice was a heavenly balance of sweetness and a healthy ...
by Michelle Ryan
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bonappetit_august2010

Five August Food Magazine Covers That Aren’t Asleep at the (Color) Wheel

A few weeks ago, blogging pal MiChelle Jones decoded this season’s “in” colors for Home MagaScene, at least if those home and lifestyle publications are to be believed. But after reading her post, I started ta...
by Michelle Ryan
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bon_appetit_magazine_subscription_gwyneth_paltrow_june2011

Gwyneth Paltrow Gets Cool Reception as Bon Appétit Magazine’s June Cover Girl

Well, Bon Appétit magazine‘s second issue under its new leadership is out, and you can add another to that long list of things you just don’t do. Don’t mess with Texas. Don’t tug on Superman’s cap...
by Michelle Ryan
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