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Grecian Formula: Prevention Magazine’s Flavorful Sliders Go a Little Heavy on the Tzatziki

Sliders are hot right now. They’re the perfect size for managing portion control. They’re kid-friendly. And every restaurant seems to have their own special version on the menu. I had never considered making them at...
by Summer Huggins
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Fitness Magazine’s White Chocolate Mini Cheesecakes, Better the Next Day

Ah, White Chocolate Mini Cheesecakes. As soon as I saw the recipe, I knew I had to try it. I’m a dessert girl. If my mom and my doctor would allow it, I’d have dessert after breakfast every day. But 153 calories, th...
by Summer Huggins
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Tech Two: Everyday Food Magazine Should Try Again With iPad Promotion in Print

After Martha Stewart Living magazine introduced its February 2011 issue on the iPad for the first time, I knew it wouldn’t be long before other sister publications followed suit. So when I received my March 2011 issue o...
by Michelle Ryan
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Why It’s No Surprise Food Network Magazine Tops AdWeek’s Annual Hot List

No need to look up from the stove when you heard that Food Network Magazine recently topped AdWeek’s 31st annual Hot List, which ranks the industry’s most successful magazines based on advertising, circulation ...
by Michelle Ryan
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Truffled Feathers: Gordon Ramsay’s One Ingredient That Doesn’t Belong in Your Pantry

Fans of “MasterChef,” the reality Fox series featuring Gordon Ramsay, may already know the answer to this one. Season 2 got off to an educational start as the fiery British chef decried the use of “one of the ...
by Michelle Ryan
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How to Be a Good Cookie This Holiday Season: Support Cookies for Kids’ Cancer

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and I’m not just talking about the trees and garland that went up the day after Halloween. Aside from the snowflakes, the music and all that red and green, you can tell Santa’s...
by Michelle Ryan
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