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Walmart's New 'Great for You' Label Can't Replace Healthy Eating Behaviors at Home

Walmart’s New ‘Great for You’ Label Can’t Replace Healthy Eating Behaviors at Home

While many are applauding Walmart’s efforts to spotlight healthier foods, questions are being raised about health foods in general and how people use and abuse them. The recent announcement from Walmart, the nation’s la...
by Michelle Ryan
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Cookbook Digest Magazine Offers Valuable Survey of Cookbooks and Their Recipes

Short of buying that cookbook you think you might want, sometimes it’s hard to decide simply by flipping through its pages or skimming the table of contents while standing in the aisle of your favorite bookstore. If you&#...
by Michelle Ryan
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Why Better Homes and Gardens Magazine’s Canning Instructions Might Be Worth a Try

Generations in my family–immediate and extended–have canned tomatoes, pickled okra, and sterilized and sealed jars, all to capture the fresh-from-the-garden taste of vegetables or fruits in jams and preserves. All t...
by Michelle Ryan
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September Magazine Covers Use Their Noodles to Pack on the Pasta

Four very different magazines fueled up on pasta on their September 2010 covers, and they ranged from surprising to simple to seemingly endless in possibilities. But their warm, filling ideas bridged the gap to the cooler clime...
by Michelle Ryan
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One Cookie Recipe, Five Options From Self Magazine

As I was flipping through my December issue of Self magazine, my eyes couldn’t help but take notice of the “1 Cookie, 5 Ways” article. The photos were too pretty to skip over! The article featured a single sug...
by Summer Huggins
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Ciao Bella! 5 Food Magazines That Give Two Fist-Pumps Up to Italian Cuisine

You might have resolved to say “arrivederci” to carbs this year (or at least part of it). But several food and cooking magazines are saying “hello beautiful” when it comes to pasta-heavy Italian cuisine....
by Michelle Ryan
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