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foodandwine_jan2011

The Next Big Thing(s): Food & Wine Magazine Taps the Year’s Must-Try Trends

The most entrepreneurial, most cutting edge or just plain curious among us are always on the lookout for the next big idea. Kudos if we can actually come up with one ourselves. But if you’re a planner, Food & Wine mag...
by Michelle Ryan
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Dangling Carrots: How Southern Living and Cooking Light’s Carrot Cake Recipes Measure Up

Looking for lightened recipes? You may not have to cut out your favorite magazine subscription just because you need to start cutting calories. More and more food and cooking magazines are including low-fat dishes and even meat...
by Michelle Ryan
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bonappetit_dec2010

Bon Appétit Magazine’s 26-Year-Old December Cover Outshines the Competition

After getting stuffed with turkey cover after November food magazine cover, I expected the same repetitive similarities on December issues. But there was no tree after tree after tree this month. Though I was pleasantly surpris...
by Michelle Ryan
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weightwatchers_janfeb2011

Out of Tune: Should Jennifer Hudson’s Weight Watchers Transformation Strike a Bad Chord?

The Weight Watchers weight-loss system’s current spokesperson Jennifer Hudson is trim and slim these days after following the points-based regimen (and getting a little help from a personal trainer) to drop her post-baby ...
by Michelle Ryan
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Calorie Counts on Menus: How Accurate Are They?

When I was in New York City earlier this year, seeing the calories counts on the menu board at Starbucks made me reconsider the old-fashioned donut I was planning to order with my skinny latte. Calories counts are popping up on...
by Summer Huggins
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Pride of Jersey Shore: Steel’s Chocolate-Peanut Butter Fudge Featured in Food Network Magazine

Let me start by saying I don’t just love the combination of chocolate and peanut butter, I love it. I mean it’s probably not advisable to rely on it alone for sustenance, but I’d offer to in the name of health...
by Michelle Ryan
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