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Good and Good for You: Magazines Name Best Food Picks in South and Supermarkets

Best this, most healthy that. It’s that time of year when food and lifestyle magazines chime in on their definitions of what’s good for you—or just plain good. Tease me with a list on the cover, and I’m turning straight...
by Michelle Ryan
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Family Circle magazine October 17, 2011

Helpful Hints to Remember When Making Cake Pops

Don’t be a sucker–get in on the newest version of the petit four on a stick and make your own cake pops at home with these simple tips. Chances are you’ve seen one of the most popular petite treats popping up just...
by Michelle Ryan
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National Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Month

Did you know that June is National Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Month? According to the National Gardening Association, one in three Americans households now grow their own food. In the past five years, the number of Americans...
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Go Midwest, Young (Hungry) Man! Midwest Living Magazine Names Top Food Towns

I’ll admit it. I love lists. Top five this, top 10 that – especially when it comes to food. So when Midwest Living magazine named its top food towns, I had to check it out. In its annual Best of the Midwest issue, M...
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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Appetite for Destruction? Some Food Magazines’ Promotional Covers Go Too Far

Cook’s Illustrated and Cook’s Country magazines did it first, at least that I noticed, shrouding their issues in extra promotional covers. Then Southern Living and Cooking Light magazines followed suit. No surprise,...
by Michelle Ryan
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