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May 2000 Issue
by Ronda L. Halpin
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    "The discovery of a new dish does more for the happiness of mankind than the discovery of a star."

    - Brillat-Savarin

Welcome to the May issue of Seasoned Cooking. This month, we're doing our best to introduce new dishes into your home. We only hope that they aid in increasing the happiness around your dinner table! We start out with a fun look at salsas and how they can be used as delightful accompaniments to the great grilled foods that are becoming more frequent dinner table finds. Everything from fresh fruits and vegetables to your favorite herbs and vinegars star in these fantastic condiments.

We continue our quest to set your table with a look at how versatile beef enchiladas can be in Phil's International Flair. Whether you're looking to make them from scratch with fresh ingredients or you're in a rush and want to turn to leftovers for fillings, this traditional family recipe is ready for you. Also on the subject of leftovers, tips and hints on how to freeze leftovers for your weekday rush are covered in the Land of Leftovers. Everything from which foods freeze well to how you should them is touched upon in this basic guide to saving time.

Speaking of saving time, a guide to quick vegetarian meals and snacks is included in Victoria's Vegetarian Victuals. With all of the rush involved in setting up a new summer home, fast food that's healthy and good is a top priority! And to help you stay healthy, a careful look at supplements is shared with you in Health & Fitness. Find out which ones are good for you, which ones don't have any effects, and which ones could actually hurt you. It's an article you won't want to miss!

Finally, our focus on appliances to help speed things in the kitchen during the week continues in the Rush Hour with another look at crockpots and a recipe for Tamale Pie that cooks while you're away. With a little preparation in the morning, dinner will cook itself by evening. If you find yourself in a rush during the morning hours as well, don't worry. Rise 'n Shine continues its series on sandwiches in the morning hours with a simple open-faced fruit sandwich. It's bound to be good fuel for your day.

Speaking of your day, take full advantage of it! Make your meal choices good ones and enjoy all of the opportunities that life sends your way. Here's to a seasoned lifestyle.

    Ronda L. Halpin

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