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September 2001 Issue
by Ronda L. Halpin
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    "There is no such thing as a little garlic."

    - Arthur Baer

Welcome to the September issue of Seasoned Cooking. This month's issue is packed with treats for the whole family. We begin by visiting California's premier garlic festival for an overview of the events, a look at the techniques and -- of course -- a sampling of the recipes! Phil's International Flair takes its cue from the festival and offers a group of garlic-inspired recipes that are sure to become favorites in your home.

If garlic isn't what makes your heart sing, you might want to check out Victoria's Vegetarian Victuals for her annual chocolate column. Everything from tangy chocolate-covered oranges to indulgent chocolate cakes are sure to make your mouth water. For a tangier option, visit Happy Endings for a special cream lime pie recipe that is both easy to make and impressive to serve.

Then we move onto a very special treat. A special invitation to join an Alaskan adventure that includes a special meal of freshly-caught grayling grilled over an open flame. It's a great way to explore the joy of eating the very freshest ingredients prepared using simple methods that bring out the best in your food. If you want to enjoy grilled fish, but don't have an open fire or freshly-caught grayling, check out the Rush Hour column for a quick and simple grilled trout recipe that takes advantage of the grill in your backyard. Whether you're in the great outdoors or on a patio in the city, we've got your bases covered!

That's just a sampling of what we've packed into this month's issue. I'll leave you to discover the other gems to be found. Have a great month and here's to a seasoned lifestyle!

    Ronda L. Halpin
    Editor-in-Chief



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