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Skewers on the Grill

The 10 Best Magazines for Great Grilling Recipes and Advice

Whether you’re a grill master or an aspiring one, you’ll find all the tools of the trade and plenty of recipes to make while honing your skills in these ten magazines. Grilling season may unofficially run from Memor...
by Michelle Ryan
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South Rises Again: Regional Magazine Capitalizes on Southern Food’s Surge

Could you name a regional magazine focusing on Southern food and Southern travel that isn’t Southern Living or Cooking With Paula Deen? I couldn’t either until a couple of months ago when I was introduced to Taste o...
by Michelle Ryan
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National Hot Dog Day

7 Daring Ways to Put on the Dog for National Hot Dog Day

It’s National Hot Dog Month and Saturday is National Hot Dog Day. Food Network Magazine is sharing 30 delicious and daring ways to put on the dog and celebrate. Though easily dismissed as a food of convenience rather than...
by Michelle Ryan
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Most September Food and Cooking Magazines Make Finding Labor Day Ideas a Chore

As if the already angst-ridden American worker needed something else to feel down about. Being caught between a tough job market and company cutbacks everywhere but the top should be bad enough. But it was a rare September food...
by Michelle Ryan
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Yoga Journal Magazine: A Surprising Place to Find Great Recipes

When you want a magazine that is going to provide you with great, healthy recipes, chances are you’ll subscribe to a publication with words like “Eat” or “Cooking” or “Food” in the titl...
by Summer Huggins
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tasteofhome_decjan2011

Dickens-Inspired Holiday Dinner Scares Up Culinary Ghost of Christmas Past

Whether you need to soften the heart of a Scrooge or want to draw inspiration for your dinner table from one of the holiday’s best-loved tales, both Taste of Home and Wine Spectator magazines delve into menus from Charles...
by Michelle Ryan
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