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foodwine_may

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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betterhomes_july2010

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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foodandwine_september2010

Seven Ways Food & Wine Magazine Explores “New South” Cuisine in September Issue

The phrase “Southern cooking” easily evokes deep fried chicken, collard greens, grits and cornbread. But like most things, it’s bound to change, and boy, has it. Turns out, all those fatty, greasy, rich foods ...
by Michelle Ryan
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wholeliving_november2010

Turn to Health and Fitness Magazines to Plan a More Wholesome Thanksgiving Feast

As soon as the Halloween candy was swept from the grocery store shelves, candy canes and peppermint filled the space. It seems–at least from a retail point of view–that we’re just skipping right over Thanksgiv...
by Summer Huggins
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bonappetit_dec2010

7 Sweet Ideas Using Your Red-and-White-Striped Leftovers for National Candy Cane Day

With almost 2 billion candy canes sold in the four weeks leading up to Hanukkah and Christmas, according to CandyCaneFacts.com, it’s pretty much a given that there will be some of the red-and-white-striped candies left ov...
by Michelle Ryan
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