You are here: Seasoned Cooking » All Issues » March 2010 Issue » This Article » Page 1
 
March 2010 Issue
by Ronda L. Halpin
Table of Contents | Single-page view
Page

Related Sites

eSkillet

eSkillet is a new online community for professional chefs, food enthusiasts, recipe collectors and anyone else who loves food.

Aalinda.com Online Warehouse

Stainless steel and surgical steel cookware, juicers, steamers, etc. Buy a selection of quality housewares, or shop our many other product categor...

The Cottager's Virtual Workroom

Chatzie (The Cottager) invites you to her Virtual Workroom to enjoy the many things going on! Needlecrafts such as knitting, crochet, hardanger an...

Kids in the kitchen free cooking website

The KIDS IN THE KITCHEN WEBSITE offers free recipes and tips for cooking with your children.

The Kitchen Cart

Sells small kitchen appliances, including ice cream makers, snow cone makers, electric griddles, can openers, George Foreman grills and more.
    "A morning without coffee is like sleep."

    - Author Unknown

Welcome to the March issue of Seasoned Cooking. March brings a lot of transition with it and we're focusing on some of that this month. But before we get to that, we need to start our day right. For many, that means a morning cup (or four) of coffee. Visit the Rise 'n Shine column to get a step by step guide to making the perfect cup, along with a great scone recipe to enjoy alongside. And if you are wanting something more involved than a scone with your coffee, consider looking into our feature article on make-ahead brunch foods. Before you know it, you will have the perfect start to your day.

Moving onto transition, we take a look at a decidedly winter dessert in the Happy Endings column. Poached pears are an easy treat and one that allows for a lot of customization. If you are wanting hearty dinner fare, consider the steak dish being share in Phil's International Flair. For something a bit more on the side of warming weather and spring, consider visiting the Ingredient SpotLight column, where onions are the focus. Or take a look at the Rush Hour column, where things really heat up with spicy noodles. And if the spiciness is too much, consult the Kitchen Focus column to get great ideas about tweaking the heat of spicy dishes.

There is a lot more to be discovered in this issue. Enjoy it and share it with your friends. And don't forget to tell us about what you like and don't like by using our feedback forms in every article. Enjoy the opportunities to spend time with friends and loved ones that March brings and here's to a seasoned lifestyle.

    Ronda L. Halpin
    Editor-in-Chief


Comments Disabled

 
Copyright © 2011 Seasoned Cooking
Authors also retain limited copyrights.