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wine-spectator

Food & Wine Magazine Partakes Where Wine Spectator Observes

Now that wine consumption has gained more generational acceptance among Baby Boomers, Generation X’ers and Generation Y’ers according to a 2009 Wine Market Council study, savvier, more inquisitive consumers will lik...
by Michelle Ryan
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foodnetwork_june

No Respect: Dads Get Rodney Dangerfield Treatment From Most Food and Cooking Magazines

Nearly every May issue gave us brunch ideas, table settings, flower arrangements and desserts to make Mother’s Day all about Mom. But with Father’s Day just a few days away, I’m wondering if food and cooking m...
by Michelle Ryan
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cookinglight_october2010

Tastes Great or Less Filling? Magazine Food Awards Coverage Put to the Test

Before my October issues of Cooking Light and Vegetarian Times magazines arrived, I was looking forward to each publication’s taste test awards. Partly to see if I was buying the best in the grocery aisle and partly to ge...
by Michelle Ryan
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tasteofhome_octnov2010

How Does the (Holiday) Cookie Crumble? Let Me Count the Ways

If cookies are on your holiday dessert menu, then I have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that there are hundreds, maybe even thousands of ideas in everything from the season’s food and cooking magazines...
by Michelle Ryan
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fitness_january2011

Can I Add Cheese, Please? Trying A Brunch Recipe Pulled From the Pages of January’s Fitness Magazine

We got to sleep in today. We have plans for a big dinner with friends this evening, so a late brunch was called for. I did my grocery shopping yesterday and knew exactly what I was going to whip up: The Veggie Pattie With Apple...
by Summer Huggins
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naturalhealth_march2011

Natural Health Magazine’s Good Food Awards Tap 40 Grocery Store Picks

Wouldn’t it be great if we could have organic meats, garden-fresh fruits and vegetables, and straight-from-the-spring water at each meal every day? With our busy, fast, unpredictable lives though, that’s unfortunate...
by Summer Huggins
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