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Eating Well Magazine Shares “Seasonal” Spices You Can Appreciate All Year Long

Think of the scents that just smell like fall: ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon. With the holidays approaching, spices like these will be making their way into Thanksgiving pies, sides and more. Not only do they add or enhance flavors,...
by Michelle Ryan
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Store-Bought or Homemade? How to Choose Red Wine Vinegar or Make Your Own

Have you ever been overwhelmed in the supermarket aisle merely trying to select a simple condiment? Unless you have an old favorite or you purchase on price alone, the array of choices can sometimes be daunting. But if you̵...
by Michelle Ryan
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In the Kitchen With Men’s Health Magazine: One Skillet and Dinner’s Done

I cooked dinner last night. It felt like it had been ages since I had done so. We’ve been traveling, eating on the run, and I decided that a home-cooked meal was in order. So I grabbed my March copy of Men’s Health ...
by Summer Huggins
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Don’t Fear the Pasta: Health Magazine Tells Us How to Keep It Low-Calorie

We’ve been told for years now that all carbs–that includes you, pasta–are bad for us. They cause bloat and weight gain, and should be avoided at all costs. Sure, if you smother anything in creamy cheese sauces...
by Summer Huggins
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Strawberry Corers and 5 Other Fun (and Functional) Kitchen Gadgets

Yes, it’s possible to use a simple paring knife to core those plump, ripe strawberries, but is it as much fun as using yet another kitchen gadget made just for that purpose? How we managed to survive without these little ...
by Michelle Ryan
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Cheers to Cheerwine: North Carolina Beverage Is Toast of State, Region

Sometimes I wonder how it is that I’ve resided for more than five years just a little (relatively, anyway) south of Salisbury, N.C., where Cheerwine, a cherry-flavored cola dubbed the “Nectar of North Carolina,” was creat...
by Michelle Ryan
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