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June 1999 Issue
by Ronda L. Halpin
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Welcome to the June issue of Seasoned Cooking. This month, we offer you an eclectic set of articles ranging from the practical to the philosophical. We hope you enjoy it!

We start out with some practical advice in Health & Fitness about the pain and danger associated with tennis elbow. If you've got this problem, it's time to fix it! Breakfast is covered with some tangy Peach & Feta Muffins in Rise 'n Shine and there are even some fantastic grilling ideas in Phil's International Flair. Of course, if you're looking for a simple dish, check out Momma Gert's Place.

The deeper side of Seasoned Cooking gets its limelight this month via Krafty's Kwickies, in which the tapestry of life is revealed. Home Style waxes poetic too with some thoughts on the novel in your home. Finally, Victoria's Vegetarian Victuals takes a trip down memory lane with carnivals and carousels and great recipes...of course.

That's followed by some helpful tips about preserving your leftover with a dehydrator in the Land of Leftovers. The kitchen helper parade continues with a look at bread makers and the newest appliances available in the Product Focus. It's the place to see what's hot and what's not.

If that's not enough, you can find some summer favorites in a feature article on Farmers' Market Finds or a fast fish recipe in Rush Hour. Also, if you've ever wondered about why saffron is so expensive, you can get the answer in Meet Herb.

That's just a sampling of what we have to offer you this month. Make sure that you take advantage of the resources that we have made available to you here at Seasoend Cooking. Enjoy and here's to a seasoned lifestyle!

    Ronda L. Halpin
    Editor-in-Chief


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