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Truffled Feathers: Gordon Ramsay’s One Ingredient That Doesn’t Belong in Your Pantry

Fans of “MasterChef,” the reality Fox series featuring Gordon Ramsay, may already know the answer to this one. Season 2 got off to an educational start as the fiery British chef decried the use of “one of the ...
by Michelle Ryan
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How to Be a Good Cookie This Holiday Season: Support Cookies for Kids’ Cancer

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and I’m not just talking about the trees and garland that went up the day after Halloween. Aside from the snowflakes, the music and all that red and green, you can tell Santa’s...
by Michelle Ryan
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Southern Living’s Cherry-Pistachio Bark Is a Perfectly Balanced—and Festive—Treat

For a just-right holiday candy, try Southern Living’s Cherry-Pistachio Bark. It incorporates the colors of the season, and best of all, it doesn’t take long to make. Chances are good you’ll run across some pepperm...
by Michelle Ryan
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Food & Wine Magazine: a Full-Bodied Read Short on Pretension

A growing number of consumers are at least interested in drinking wine, as its consumption has gradually risen in the U.S. since the early ’90s, according to the Wine Institute, a lobbying group for California v...
by Michelle Ryan
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My Take: A Food Magazine’s Place in the World

OK, so I admit it. I eschewed magazines of all kinds for the longest time, preferring my hardcover books to their “flimsier” monthly and bimonthly counterparts. But after the cooking bug bit me, I tested the waters ...
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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