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Welcome to the May issue of Seasoned Cooking. One look at this month's issue and you can tell that we're all suffering from spring fever. Everything from recipes featuring spring's freshest bounty to ideas about decorating junior's bedroom to ideas about how to make meals on the go are included.
We start out our tour with a couple of articles dealing with spring vegetables. Phil's International Flair offers delightful recipes including everything from asparagus to artichokes prepared in the stock pot, on the grill and more. Health & Fitness focuses on how to make brussels sprouts taste great for those of us with sensitive paletes. He's also got some ideas for some other well-known green veggies that have bad reputations.
Krafty's Kwickies takes us on a trip that many of us know too well. You start out with a plan to enjoy a long weekend -- and nothing cooperates! If it's not committments outside the home, it's something needed fixing inside it. If your child's room is what needs fixing, make sure you visit Home Style this month. Decorating kids' rooms with your child in mind is this month's focus.
Before you begin wondering where the recipes are, let me remind you that Rossana Tarantini is offering everything from parsley for your palete to beans in Italy in her column, Meet Herb, and a new feature on Fagioli (Italian for beans). If you're pressed for time, enjoy a stuffed chicken roll recipe in Rush Hour or investigate the options for good food on the go in our Fast Food feature. For a quick breakfast, Rise 'n Shine offers a collection of hard to beat bagel spreads.
If the sometimes unpredictable weather of April has left you with a major case of the sniffles, visit Momma Gert's Place for some old fashioned southern comfort food that's sure to get you back on your feet. Of course, if all you want to do is throw all your ingredients in a pot and sit back, make sure you check out this month's Product Focus. It's on slow cookers and has a few recipes that are easy and delicious. And, if that doesn't do the trick, try making the coffee dessert featured in Happy Endings -- it's sure to make you smile.
So, it's time once again to put on your favorite slippers, get yourself a tall glass of tea and enjoy another issue of Seasoned Cooking. Make sure you give yourself enough time to check out the article that haven't been mentioned here. Enjoy and here's to a seasoned lifestyle!