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5 Delicious Reasons to Read Whole Living Magazine

Whole Living magazine aims to keep our “body and soul in balance.” And if you consider yourself a foodie, you know that food can be as good for the soul as it is for the body. It only makes sense, then, that Whole L...
by Summer Huggins
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Everything Old New Again? Well, Almost, Says Better Homes and Gardens Food Survey

Think from-scratch baking and home-cooked meals are too passé for today’s modern woman? Though we may not all cook like our mothers and grandmothers, some things aren’t going by the wayside, according to the recent...
by Michelle Ryan
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Great Aspirations: Eating Well Magazine Goes Green With Asparagus Inside and Out

Like fellow Food MagaScene writer Summer Huggins, I love asparagus. I know I didn’t always, refusing to taste it because, like a lot of foods, I didn’t care for the idea of it. But, what do you know, once I tried it...
by Michelle Ryan
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Hot off the Grill! Six June Cooking Magazine Covers Cooked to Perfection

With Memorial Day a week away–and with it the unofficial kickoff to the beach and grilling seasons–it’s no surprise that June issues of food and cooking magazine subscriptions are packed with tips, tricks and ...
by Michelle Ryan
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Cooking for Two: It’s a Challenge

When I was single, feeding myself was easy. A microwaveable, single-serving meal or a bowl of cereal was just fine. I also enjoyed the occasional peanut butter and jelly sandwich. But these days, there’s a husband to feed...
by Summer Huggins
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Cooking Light Points Trick-or-Treaters (and Parents) to Healthier Halloween Candy

Fellow sweet tooth-ers, it’s that time of the year (OK, so another one) when we’re tempted by the fruits–er, sweets–of another sugar-laden season. Yes, for those of us with a weakness for chocolates and other ca...
by Michelle Ryan
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