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Why You Should Be Reading Food & Wine Magazine

If you’re not a Food & Wine magazine subscriber yet, here’s why you should be. And if you act fast, you can get 12 issues for just $6. With plenty of magazines available about food or wine or both, why choose Fo...
by Michelle Ryan
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How My Crock-Pot Saved Sundays

How My Crock-Pot Saved Sundays

Resolving to make dinner in the Crock-pot every Sunday this fall, blogger Brittany Cooper rekindles her love for the oft-forgotten culinary lifesaver. Four years ago, I was a newlywed sorting through a mound of thoughtful weddi...
by Brittany Joy Cooper
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Give Squash a Chance

Give Squash a Chance: Five Ways to Make it Taste Great (Believe Us!)

Yes, its name is sadly unappetizing, and often the way squash is prepared makes the name seem perfectly suitable. But here are five delicious ways to work the super nutrient food into your diet. My husband is the perpetual squa...
by Brittany Joy Cooper
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Skewers on the Grill

The 10 Best Magazines for Great Grilling Recipes and Advice

Whether you’re a grill master or an aspiring one, you’ll find all the tools of the trade and plenty of recipes to make while honing your skills in these ten magazines. Grilling season may unofficially run from Memor...
by Michelle Ryan
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4 Steps Toward Eating Seasonally

If the idea of seasonal eating conjures up thoughts of boiled squash and plain cabbage, it’s time to open up your mind to the diversity and delectability of eating what’s ripe right now. It can be tough to think abo...
by Brittany Joy Cooper
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Stalking Nashville’s Best Food Trucks and Discovering Their Must-Have Eats

Guest blogger and self-described food truck chaser Gwen McCoy tracks down the best fare on wheels in Nashville. Before you take a bite out of life, try her five must-haves. If you haven’t jumped aboard the food truck phenomen...
by Gwen McCoy
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