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Better Homes and Gardens, Cooking Light Magazine Offer Two Cracks on Coconut Cake

When Better Homes and Gardens magazine made a fresh coconut cake the centerpiece of its April 2010 cover, it was in some ways to be expected. Not only because of the Easter season, but perhaps even more so due to its perception...
by Michelle Ryan
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pauladeen_may-june

Summertime, and the Cooking Is Easy, Thoughtful and Creative

As the weather warms up, so too it seems do social calendars, with sleepovers for the kids, graduations, college send-offs, weddings, baby showers and barbecues. The one common ingredient? You guessed it: good food! And what be...
by Michelle Ryan
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Food Network Magazine Delivers More Than Television Personalities

Since its first serving in fall of 2008, Food Network magazine has soared in popularity. Initially publisher Hearst Corporation printed 300,000 copies, but less than two years later, nearly 1.2 million copies are picked up...
by Michelle Ryan
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pauladeen_may-june

Strawberry Cover Stories Bring Back Berry Good Memories

For as long as I can remember, strawberries have been one of my most favorite fruits. They usually hit their peak in the summer, meaning they were plentiful in the market for only a few months, so you’d better enjoy them ...
by Michelle Ryan
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Food & Wine Magazine: a Full-Bodied Read Short on Pretension

A growing number of consumers are at least interested in drinking wine, as its consumption has gradually risen in the U.S. since the early ’90s, according to the Wine Institute, a lobbying group for California v...
by Michelle Ryan
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eating-well

What’s the Difference Between Cooking Light and Eating Well Magazine?

As part of a dietary regimen, cooking light would certainly lend itself to eating well, or healthily. But in terms of comparing Cooking Light and Eating Well magazines, the two have the same fundamental approach but marked diff...
by Michelle Ryan
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