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March 1999 Issue
by Ronda L. Halpin
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Welcome to the March issue of Seasoned Cooking. March is a month known for changes. Heck, all you need to do is look out your window to figure that one out! With spring coming into view, it's only appropriate that this issue usher in the best of spring and, at the same time, remind you that winter wasn't too bad.

We start out our salute to spring with Sunshine Quiche at the center of a brunch brought to you by Rise 'n Shine. Moving on, we enjoy a taste of Vietnamese cuisine in Phil's International Flair. Momma Gert's Place and Victoria's Vegetarian Victuals both celebrate St. Patty's Day with taste and tradition -- one Southern and one vegetarian! We round out our tour of spring with an old favorite -- with a twist. Enjoy Shortcut Shortcake to truly make Happy Endings.

Of course, it wouldn't be fair to give the cold shoulder to the final bow of winter this month. Don't forget those cozy nights by the fireplace, building snowmen in the yard, and all the wonderful flavors in the kitchen. To give a final nod to winter, Land of Leftovers focuses on pot pies. These winter traditions have been given a bit of a makeover, but they still speak of comfort and keeping warm. Rush Hour brings us a shrimp recipe that's sure to keep the home fires burning even after the snow's gone and Home Style takes to the coziest room of all -- the bedroom.

Well, that's just the beginning of this month's issue. You can also enjoy skillet hints and recipes, an extensive guide to the vitamins you need, thoughts on reading and fitness, interactive leftovers, an introduction to tarragon and inspired musings on bread and more! So, sit back and enjoy! Here's to a seasoned lifestyle!

    Ronda L. Halpin
    Editor-in-Chief


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