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Fewer Food Magazines Than Expected Offer Gluten-Free Support

After reading an article titled “Gluten’s Laws” in the July 2010 issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine, I got some great insight into gluten sensitivity and celiac disease and the challenges faced by thos...
by Michelle Ryan
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New Fad or New Frontier? Food & Wine Magazine’s July Issue Employs Value-Added QR Code Technology

Food & Wine magazine readers got a little something extra in their July 2010 issues, but sadly I almost didn’t realize it–even with a second reminder on page 211, the beginning of the “Best New Chefs”...
by Michelle Ryan
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When Life Hands You Lemons, Make Taste of the South Magazine’s Bacon-and-Herb Potato Salad

Despite my family’s repeated offers, I have never sampled what I would call traditional potato salad made of potatoes, eggs, mayonnaise and mustard. I know, I know. That’s probably grounds for having my “South...
by Michelle Ryan
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“I Like Them, Sam-I-Am!”: Food Network Magazine Pays Tribute to Dr. Seuss’ “Green Eggs and Ham”

“Green Eggs and Ham,” the whimsically colorful culinary tale from Dr. Seuss, hits the half-century mark in August, and who else but Food Network Magazine would include a tribute to the endearingly odd dish from the ...
by Michelle Ryan
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Everyday Food Magazine’s Minted Chocolate Cookies Thinly Resemble a Girl Scout Favorite

If I said, “Girl Scouts,” you’d probably think “cookies.” Or “Thin Mints” or “Samoas” or “[insert favorite flavor here].” For most, their relationship with the G...
by Michelle Ryan
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Why Better Homes and Gardens Magazine’s Canning Instructions Might Be Worth a Try

Generations in my family–immediate and extended–have canned tomatoes, pickled okra, and sterilized and sealed jars, all to capture the fresh-from-the-garden taste of vegetables or fruits in jams and preserves. All t...
by Michelle Ryan
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