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September 1999 Issue
by Ronda L. Halpin
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Welcome to the September issue of Seasoned Cooking. This month marks some changes in our lifestyles. Cooler weather and a bountiful harvest make for menus that are as diverse as the people who read Seasoned Cooking. We are making an effort to reflect these menus by offering some of our favorites. A quick visit to Phil's International Flair reveals an all-time Mexican favorite for celebrations of all kinds -- enchiladas rancheros. Enjoy them today. If your tastes run more towards the romantic, enjoy a quick steak recipe that's sure to please at Momma Gert's Place. Of course, you can always expand your culinary horizons by exploring the taste of marjoram in your meals. Meet Herb starts you out with an introduction and some great recipes. Round out your menus with a quick fish dish featuring a summer-like relish in Rush Hour and recipes that are made for saving for a rainy day in the Land of Leftovers.

September also marks the beginning of the school year for most youngsters. You can help them on their way with the warm fruit compote breakfast featured in Rise 'n Shine. But don't stop there, Victoria's Vegetarian Victuals offers a bevy of treats for after school appetites too. Try everything from chewy cranberry bars to spicy nachos. There's bound to be something to satisfy the hungry mouths in your kitchen! For the sweet tooth out there, there are some chocolate muffins presented in Happy Endings that are sure to please your family -- no matter how young or old.

Speaking of changes, remodeling is a theme in this month's issue too. We start out with an "everything you wanted to know about remodeling but were afraid to ask" guide in Home Style that is really a must for anyone considering a remodeling project. Find out what you should ask and what you should be willing to do to get the home you've always wanted. On a smaller scale, Krafty continues her room remodeling job this month in Krafty's Kwickies. Find out if she ever finds that light at the end of the tunnel.

And that's just the beginning of the surprises in this month's issue. Happy fall and here's to a seasoned lifestyle!

    Ronda L. Halpin
    Editor-in-Chief



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