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Seven Peachy Ways to Celebrate National Peach Month in August

Peach cobbler, peach pie, peach ice cream. They’re all about as common as apple pie. With the juicy stone fruit hitting its peak in July and August, nearly every food and cooking magazine’s issues for those months i...
by Michelle Ryan
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For a Sweet, Citrus Sensation, Try Cooking Light Magazine’s Blueberry-Peach Cobbler

Love blueberries. Love peaches. But together? I’d heard of this combination before in muffins and breads, yet still wasn’t sure about the end result. The Blueberry-Peach Cobbler recipe in Cooking Light magazine̵...
by Michelle Ryan
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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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