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foodandwine_nov2010

On the Sweet Side: 7 Ways Cranberries Aren’t Just for Thanksgiving Dinner

At holiday tables probably just about everywhere, cranberries will be much more than just a glaze for the turkey or a side served sliced or whole. With the October/November issue of Taste of Home magazine reporting that 20 perc...
by Michelle Ryan
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How to Dress Up Your Salad? Your Cooking Light Magazine Subscription Counts the Ways

Perhaps you started the year with the best of intentions (we always do), but schedules got busy or it was too cold or insert any other excuse that prevented you from eating healthier. Now all of a sudden spring will soon, well,...
by Michelle Ryan
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Our Favorite Health and Fitness Magazines Get a Jump on Easter Meal Ideas

When I was growing up, the menu for Easter lunch rivaled that of Thanksgiving dinner. My grandmother is one of eight. There were so many of us that we rented a hall for lunch and everyone brought their favorite dish, potluck-st...
by Summer Huggins
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The Cherry on Top: Whole Living Magazine Cooks With Cherries in June

Some fruits just scream to be used in cooking. Apples can be baked and sautéed. Mangoes are perfect for a summertime salsa. I have a new love of sliced pears on pizza. But cherries? Cherries were made to be eaten fresh, one at...
by Summer Huggins
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7 Things You Need to Know About Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest

Given America’s obsession with food and sports, how fitting that the Super Bowl of culinary competitions plays out on Independence Day. But if you thought facing off against the frankfurter was as simple as showing up wit...
by Michelle Ryan
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Roasted Sweet Potatoes recipe

How to Complement Fall With Everyday Food’s Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Bacon

Michelle Ryan finds a winning seasonal dish from the pages of Everyday Food magazine that you can make almost as fast as you can say “yam.” Maybe it’s their rich autumn color, but sweet potatoes and fall just seem...
by Michelle Ryan
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