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February 1998 Issue
by Ronda L. Halpin
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Let’s face it. We can’t all be like Martha Stewart. We have full-time jobs, families, and "hobbies". If we aren’t putting in overtime to finish a big project at work, we’re playing chauffeur to little Billy or rushing off to help someone else. You might want to present a beautiful meal at the end of the day, but often time just doesn’t seem to be on your side. This electronic magazine is devoted to providing nutritious recipes, healthy habits, and easy household tips for people with active lives.

Why call our magazine Seasoned Cooking? Two reasons. First, it hasn’t been taken by anyone else! Second, we wanted to qualify ourselves with the word season. If you look in good old Webster’s Dictionary, you’ll see this definition:

Season: 1. to make more tasty by adding spices.  2. to add zest or interest to.  3. a) to make more suitable for use; improve the quality of.  b) to give experience to improve performance.

What a wonderful word! Seasoned Cooking is all about giving our readers great recipes that take advantage of the wide variety of spices available to consumers and making cooking, working out, and keeping up a household an interesting and enjoyable experience. Throughout each issue, you will find creative tips on decorating, unique recipes with extra short-cut information and try-ahead tips, and suggestions on how to keep healthy in a stressful and sometimes dangerous world. We hope you will enjoy perusing each issue and benefiting from our experience.

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