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April 1999 Issue
by Ronda L. Halpin
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Welcome to the April issue of Seasoned Cooking. We're bringing you one busy issue this month. Everything from the holiday festivities and the rush to make your home as fresh as the season to cures for that nagging sore throat to quick meal ideas is covered.

We start out our tour with a visit to April's famous holiday. A complete Easter egg decorating guide is presented in Victoria's Vegetarian Victuals. As she insists, everyone should do this at least once! Momma Gert's Place adds sweetness and elegance to your Easter table with a great Hummingbird Cake. But, before you begin to think that Easter is the only holiday in April, Phil reminds you that April Fool's Day is very much a holiday in Phil's International Flair.

April also brings with it an effort to freshen up your environment. Krafty weaves a familiar tale of spring cleaning that everyone's sure to recognize in Krafty's Kwickies. If you're looking to do some renovations or decorating this spring, make sure you check out Jenny's ideas on great rooms and Feng Shui. You're bound to learn something new.

We're also sharing some great seafood facts and tips this month, along with some recipes that are sure to make your mouth water. Try one for dinner this week. If you are looking for recipe ideas to use up the juice from your canned fruit, look no further! Land of Leftovers is presenting recipe duos that use the juice, taste great, and won't leave you feeling like food is monotonous.

You'll also want to take a peek at some ideas on how to heal that sore throat in Health & Fitness. Or, if you'd rather set your throat on fire, check out Meet Herb and its April focus -- chili peppers!

We hope you enjoy all of the articles in this month's issue. There are more than the ones I've mentioned here, so give yourself some time to relax and peruse what we've got to offer you. Speaking of offers, make sure you check out Seasoned Cooking's newest resource -- our Newsstand! You can save up to 80% on your favorite print magazines through our special partnership with the Electronic Newsstand. It's just another of the ways we try to provide you with the best lifestyle articles and resources on the web. Enjoy and here's to a seasoned lifestyle!

    Ronda L. Halpin
    Editor-in-Chief


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