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June 1998 Issue
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Welcome to the June issue of Seasoned Cooking. We're pleased to be presenting you with lots of great articles this month. As you can see on our cover, we're talking about farmer's markets this month. Check it out to get a great meal idea. Also, we have some feature articles on Father's Day and weddings. Get a taste of Italy in Phil's International Flair and some tofu suggestions in Victoria's Vegetarian Victuals. If you've got a sweet tooth, you'll love the recipes featured in the Readers' Corner this month; we've got everything from strawberry shortcake to java chillers!

There's more than just good cooking happening in this month's issue. There's also some good living! Health & Fitness presents a highly novel idea: Don't workout...play! Krafty reveals the truth behind some wedding traditions and Lacey talks baseball cards. If you have a small room that you are planning on redecorating this year, stop in at Home Style for some small room suggestions.

We're going out of our way this month to invite you to check out Seasoned Cooking's very own message board. If you haven't seen it before, make sure you take a moment to visit our message board. If you have an opinion, a recipe, a tip, a suggestion, an announcement, a question, a comment, or just about anything else to share with us, here's a great place to do just that. You can also find out what other Seasoned Cooking readers and writers are saying. Join us!

I have a final note before I leave you to explore this issue. regular readers of the Mind & Body column will note that Glen McMicken's article is not among those listed on the Table of Contents. Due to circumstances beyond our control, Mind & Body will not be included in this issue of Seasoned Cooking. Fear not! Glen will be back soon with his great advice on keeping healthy. Until then, feel free to post your thoughts on the message board.



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