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“Squash” Fat With January Oxygen Magazine

As the cold weather blows in every year, I look forward to seeing the beautiful winter squashes in the produce section of my favorite grocery store. The colors and shapes are amazing and wild. I always imagine a festive centerp...
by Summer Huggins
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Caffeine Fix: Why Eating Well Magazine Says Coffee May Be Good For You

Need a cup of joe to get you going in the mornings? Or even as a pick-me-up later in the day? Turns out that caffeinated kick may hold numerous health benefits, and you don’t always have to fill up a mug to get a little d...
by Michelle Ryan
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6 Ways to Put a Fresh Catch on Your Table for National Seafood Month in June

Move over fried shrimp and fish tacos (both of which are included in abundance in this month’s food and cooking magazines). During June, which is National Seafood Month–at least according to some calendars–we&...
by Michelle Ryan
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Challenge Answered: Special Collection of Recipes for Two Published

It’s kind of like the universe could hear me when I talked about the challenges of cooking for two recently. Because just a day or two later, while in the grocery store, I stumbled upon “Cooking for Two 2011″ ...
by Summer Huggins
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Womans Day magazine October 17 2011

Woman’s Day Candy Corn Fudge Makes Sweet Use of Leftover Halloween Treats

Still in a sugar coma post-Halloween? Considering an overwhelming majority of parents admitted to swiping some of their kids’ sweets, it’s very likely. So what can you do to eliminate those tempting chocolates and candies b...
by Michelle Ryan
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Cooking With Paula Deen Ain’t All Butter-Smothered and Deep Fried, Y’all

The signature “Hey, y’all” greeting drawl and unabashed cooking love affair with butter synonymous with Southern cook, restaurateur, author and Emmy Award-winning television personality Paula Deen is carried t...
by Michelle Ryan
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