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August 2003 Issue
by Ronda L. Halpin
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    "Dietetic meals are like an opera without the orchestra."

    - Paul Bocuse

Welcome to the August issue of Seasoned Cooking. This month, we’re on a crusade to prove Mr. Bocuse wrong. That’s right – healthy cuisine doesn’t have to be boring cuisine.

We begin with chocolate. Yes, that’s right … chocolate! August means its time for the annual chocolate column at Victoria’s Vegetarian Victuals. But this year, Vicky’s leveling the playing field by focusing on recipes that can be enjoyed by everyone – including diabetics. If the recipes in that column aren’t enough to satisfy your sweet tooth, take a trip to the Happy Endings column, where a refrigerated pie with a creamy dark chocolate filling holds a healthy secret: soy. With creamy tofu at its base, this is a pie that you can enjoy without the guilt.

Speaking of soy, the Kitchen Focus column is devoted to that very issue this month. Get some great health facts about it and, of course, some great recipes to try as well. Everything from appetizers to the main course are new and improved with the addition of soy – and it even tastes great!

If you’re still left looking for something tasty and good for you, start your morning right with a banana nut muffin that’s made with fresh fruit and ground flaxseed. The Rise ‘n Shine column is making morning tasty and good for you too. Or enjoy a light dinner at the Rush Hour column that features a simple pasta salad with smoked turkey. Any way you serve it, it’s delicious. You’ll also want to take a peek Through the Kitchen Window to see how Rossana takes advantage of her daughter’s summer stay to experience the best of vegetarian cuisine.

There's a lot more to enjoy in this month's issue of Seasoned Cooking -- from thoughts about improving vision with eye exercises to lightening quick fried clams, plus a product review and cookbook review. Enjoy and here's to a seasoned lifestyle.

    Ronda L. Halpin

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