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(Farmers’) Market Savvy: Cooking Light and Saveur Magazines Travel Around the World to Your Own Backyard

With National Farmers Market Week upon us and farmers’ markets gearing up to peddle the last of the summer garden bounty, nearly every food and cooking magazine has shared recipes or provided tips over the last couple of ...
by Michelle Ryan
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In Savannah, Think Pink: Taste of the South Magazine Lauds One of My Favorite Restaurants

When I moved to Savannah over four years ago, one of the things I was most fortunate to happen upon was a meal at the Olde Pink House. I was invited by some new friends who were nearly home folks; they were from New Orleans, I ...
by Michelle Ryan
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cookinglight_nov2010

Lighten Up! 6 Strategies for Cutting Calories and Fat From Your Thanksgiving Meal

Thanksgiving feasts are usually followed by belt-loosening, post-dinner, pre-dessert naps, a mere precursor to the pumpkin pie and cup of coffee to get you going again. But following these tips from Cooking Light and Eatin...
by Michelle Ryan
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Soup: It Really Is a Full Meal

I can’t think of soup without thinking of some of my favorite episodes of the TV show “Seinfeld.” Episodes with the Soup Nazi definitely come to mind, and of course, there’s Kenny Bania. You probably rem...
by Summer Huggins
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southernliving_march2011

Bringing Home the Bacon: Southern Living Magazine Says You Can Do More Than Fry It Up In a Pan

Just as that catchy tune about bringing home the bacon celebrated the do-it-all superpowers of a woman, so too does Southern Living magazine laud the many, many (many) uses of bacon in its March 2011 issue. And frying it up in ...
by Michelle Ryan
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foodnetworkmag_april2011

How to Master Pimiento Cheese: A Masters Golf Tournament Tradition

That “tradition like no other” officially gets underway today, and if you’ve got a badge to The Masters, consider yourself lucky–or at least with the potential to make a pretty penny. Maybe you don’...
by Michelle Ryan
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