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Everyday Food Magazine’s Minted Chocolate Cookies Thinly Resemble a Girl Scout Favorite

If I said, “Girl Scouts,” you’d probably think “cookies.” Or “Thin Mints” or “Samoas” or “[insert favorite flavor here].” For most, their relationship with the G...
by Michelle Ryan
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Appetite for Destruction? Some Food Magazines’ Promotional Covers Go Too Far

Cook’s Illustrated and Cook’s Country magazines did it first, at least that I noticed, shrouding their issues in extra promotional covers. Then Southern Living and Cooking Light magazines followed suit. No surprise,...
by Michelle Ryan
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Blueberry-Banana Pancakes Live on via Twitter

After reading about Food & Wine magazine’s Twitter experiment with Tyler Florence in the October 2010 issue, I wanted to get in on the forward-thinking experience. The food-meets-wine pairing authority joined forces w...
by Michelle Ryan
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“Squash” Fat With January Oxygen Magazine

As the cold weather blows in every year, I look forward to seeing the beautiful winter squashes in the produce section of my favorite grocery store. The colors and shapes are amazing and wild. I always imagine a festive centerp...
by Summer Huggins
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Caffeine Fix: Why Eating Well Magazine Says Coffee May Be Good For You

Need a cup of joe to get you going in the mornings? Or even as a pick-me-up later in the day? Turns out that caffeinated kick may hold numerous health benefits, and you don’t always have to fill up a mug to get a little d...
by Michelle Ryan
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6 Ways to Put a Fresh Catch on Your Table for National Seafood Month in June

Move over fried shrimp and fish tacos (both of which are included in abundance in this month’s food and cooking magazines). During June, which is National Seafood Month–at least according to some calendars–we&...
by Michelle Ryan
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