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4 Vegetarian Thanksgiving Menus From Magazines That Aren’t Talking Turkey

As un-American as it sounds, some of us just don’t care for turkey. Nope, not even on Thanksgiving. But don’t tell that to the Pilgrims (though it’s likely the bird wasn’t part of their first feast). There aren’t many...
by Michelle Ryan
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Could Everyday Food Magazine’s Oatmeal Cream Pies Be Better Than the “Real Thing”?

A little snack cake company made its Oatmeal Creme Pie famous, and a high profile college football coach is reported to consume them regularly. And because I love Little Debbie and Alabama head coach Nick Saban, I had to make t...
by Michelle Ryan
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Dreaming of Steaks, Walnuts and Omega-3′s Thanks to Prevention Magazine

I’m not a big fish eater. I need to eat more of it. My husband doesn’t eat it at all, under any circumstances, ever. So I normally order it when we eat out at high-end restaurants, which our pocketbooks encourage us...
by Summer Huggins
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Everyday Food Magazine Goes Big With Special Summer Survival Guide Issue

Everyday Food magazine’s perfectly portable digest size got an upgrade in a special summer issue available only on newsstands through the end of August. The nearly 120-page limited edition tribute to all things cool, gril...
by Michelle Ryan
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America's Best Pizza

Food Network Magazine’s Best Pizza Picks Include One of Savannah’s Several Worthy Contenders

For most of us, good things can come in threes. But for Food Network Magazine, good things typically come in 50s–as in last year’s best breakfasts in every state or this year’s best slices of pizza from sea to...
by Michelle Ryan
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Party Like an Oscar: 6 Star-Studded Ways to Celebrate Awards Season From Bon Appétit Magazine

The Super Bowl of fashion is nearly upon us, the Academy Awards, for which much ado is made about red carpet hits (and misses), winners, nominees (it’s an honor just to be one), after parties, etc. Some stargazers will ce...
by Michelle Ryan
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