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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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Clear the Table: Bon Appétit Magazine’s Restaurant Issue Is Scattered, Smothered and Covered With Ads

What I remember of Bon Appétit magazine‘s September 2010 “Restaurant Issue” was delicious enough–as good as the cover’s appetizing burger (yet another burger that’s graced a food and cooking...
by Michelle Ryan
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Everyday Food Magazine Puts Tasty New Spin on Muffin Pan Potential

Leave it to Martha Stewart to teach us how to use a muffin pan to make everything but a muffin. The 10-page spread, “Muffin to It,” in the September 2010 issue of Everyday Food magazine covered everything from break...
by Michelle Ryan
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Grecian Formula: Prevention Magazine’s Flavorful Sliders Go a Little Heavy on the Tzatziki

Sliders are hot right now. They’re the perfect size for managing portion control. They’re kid-friendly. And every restaurant seems to have their own special version on the menu. I had never considered making them at...
by Summer Huggins
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Wine Spectator Magazine’s “Top 100″ Issue a Smart Pick for Wine Lovers (or Wannabes)

Maybe you’ve vowed to take up that hobby you’ve been telling yourself you would. Maybe you’ve made it one of your New Year’s resolutions. If getting more knowledgeable about wines is your goal–whet...
by Michelle Ryan
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Parents Magazine Picks the Most Family-Friendly Restaurants in America

I’m not a big fan of kid menus at restaurants. In fact, most of the time I don’t even mention them to my kids (who aren’t yet old enough to read) when they’re choosing what to order. The standard chicken...
by Shannon McRae
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