Hot Topics: New Uses for Muffin Pans, Retirement Planning, Celeb Break-ups, ‘Daddy Brain’ and Healthy Snacks

People_cox.pngHere’s a round-up of stories from our blog network you might have missed but still have time to check out:

From Food MagaScene:
Everyday Food magazine explains how to make more than just muffins in your muffin pans; a Savannah restaurant featured in Taste of the South is reviewed; a blueberry-banana pancake experiment is contemplated and find some go-to recipes every man and woman needs to impress.

From Home MagaScene:
Our writer ponders the similarities of Consumer Reports and ShopSmart; the influence of magazines is noted; a review of Money magazine’s retirement guide; Dwell magazine celebrates 10 years and intrusive ads in business magazines.

From Celebrity MagaScene:
Celebrity break-ups continue to make headlines–People magazine reports Courteney Cox and David Arquette are divorcing; actress Jennifer Grey talks about her second chances in Us Weekly; and Entertainment Weekly releases its first ‘Reunions Issue’ featuring some of our favorite movie and TV cast members.

From Parenting MagaScene:
Parenting magazines embrace Halloween with costume and game ideas; Parent & Child magazine honors breast cancer survivor and mother Sheryl Crow; and our writer delves into an article from Pregnancy magazine that explores “daddy brain.”

From Fit MagaScene:
Our writer rates Men’s Journal magazine’s ‘best, greatest and perfect’ content; Health magazine’s ideas for healthier snacking; and our writer gets to the ‘Lowe-down’ on Men’s Fitness magazine’s October issue.

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Michelle Ryan is obsessed with good food, great shoes and Alabama football way down South in Savannah, Georgia. She hasn’t met a kitchen gadget she hasn’t at least thought about buying (trying them is another story) and devotes her time to Bikram Yoga, baking and trying to overcome long-held finicky eating habits.