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Chocolate Chips Give Banana Bread a Sweet Kiss for Breakfast or Snack Time

Food & Wine magazine isn’t all about wine. Nor is it a collection of fancy recipes comprised of inaccessible ingredients. To prove that point, I thought I’d share one of my new favorite breakfast treat...
by Michelle Ryan
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Five Steps to Kicking the Can: Vegetarian Times Magazine Says Freeze Fruits and Veggies to Keep Fresh

Canning is one way to help preserve the fresh-from-the-garden goodness of fruits and veggies. But if that seems too cumbersome, then Vegetarian Times magazine‘s July/August 2010 issue has suggestions for a much simpl...
by Michelle Ryan
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5 Go-To Magazines for Giving Thanks for Turkey Day Leftovers

Just as inevitable as the turkey, the cranberry and the post-dinner nap are the leftovers from the Thanksgiving feast. Short of serving the same meal throughout the holiday weekend or sending plates home with family and friends...
by Michelle Ryan
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Even When Not Picture Perfect, Better Homes and Gardens’ Candied Cherry Opera Fudge Is Worth It

Better Homes and Gardens magazine‘s December issue didn’t contain the usual holiday cakes and pies spread, but instead shared some delicious-looking treats in its article titled “Candy-Dish Comeback.” Co...
by Michelle Ryan
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(i)Padding the Copy: Martha Stewart Living Promotes Interactive Content in February Issue

Despite all their potential, magazines and iPads haven’t quite hit things off, which has more to do with buyer behaviors and subscription models–or lack thereof–than anything else. But that’s not keeping...
by Michelle Ryan
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Food Network Magazine Gives Bargain Peek Into $625 Cookbook, “Modernist Cuisine”

Dear devout cookbook collectors, you may want to stop reading now–and skip pages 30-31 in your Food Network Magazine subscription‘s April 2011 issue. Unless, of course, you have $625 to invest in a five-volume cookb...
by Michelle Ryan
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