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Welcome to the November issue of Seasoned Cooking. We're gearing up for the holiday seaon here at Seasoned Cooking. Let's start our celebration with some festive meal ideas. Of course, one of the traditional items associated with Thanksgiving is the oven-roasted turkey with all of the trimmings. Philip Gantt treats us to a great selection of recipes surrounding this theme with his first feature article, Thanksgiving Delights. Happy Endings takes over in the sweets department with a trio of pies that are sure to impress your already-full guests. Think Thanksgiving is a lost cause for vegetarians? Think again! Victoria's Vegetarian Victuals takes on the challenge of preparing a truly bountiful vegetarian meal. If that's not enough food for your table, you can still celebrate southern style with Momma Gert's Place. In addition to all the wonderful food being shared, we want to hear what you see as fall's most wonderful menu. Share your thoughts in Seasoned Opinions.
With all the wonderful recipes packed into this issue, you're probably thinking it's time to invite family and friends over for the feast. If you're having trouble figuring out what to do for entertainment, check out the Readers' Corner and find out what some of Seasoned Cooking's following do when a party's happening. Everything from table settings to music are covered.
With gift-giving just around the corner, it's time to pull out those credit cards and head to the mall, right? Wrong! Jenny Wojcik shares her own homemade gift ideas that are sure to bring joy to your loved ones. With all the ideas packed into her 'You can do' projects, you can probably celebrate the season without going into debt. And, most important, you'll be touching those around you with the gift of your own time, effort, and love.
But, wait! We're not done yet. We've also got articles featuring apple ideas, resources and recipes, dining room design, weight-lifting for women, recipes for wild game, and much more! As always, we hope you take the time to let us know what you like, what you don't like, and what you'd like to see in future issues of Seasoned Cooking. Simply fill out the simple forms available at the bottom of every article in the ezine.
Before I leave you to explore the November issue, I want to remind you that our recipe index has had a recent makeover. Instead of listing all 229 recipes online in the current issue and the archives on one huge page, there are several catagories to browse. They are:
Of course, if you know exactly what you are looking for, feel free to use the new search engine to find what you need. If you can't find it, let me know and I'll see what I can do about fixing that!
Enjoy this month's issue and Happy Thanksgiving. Here's to a seasoned lifestyle!