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Features

 

Easy Summer Salads

Easy summer salads are the way to go, now that the winter blues are fading into the distance and salad days are here. The best salads are light, bright and easy to prepare.
 

Surprise Your Guests

Fourth of July being the nation's birthday, is one of the most significant days for us to celebrate and express our most valued sentiments regarding freedom. We have also associated the holiday with exceptionally delicious dishes.
 

Columns

 

Editor's Note

Find everything from salads to melons in this special summer issue of Seasoned Cooking.
 

Rise 'n Shine

Anyone who thinks salads are to be religated to the lunch hour has another think coming! Time to enjoy salad for, that's right, breakfast!
 

Rush Hour

If you are looking for a vegetarian meal that screams summer, look no further. Smoky, grilled portabella mushrooms blend with creamy feta cheese and top summer's finest greens. Yum!
 

Phil's International Flair

Phil puts a little planning into his menu and a recipe for decadent caramelized scallops is born!
 

Through the Kitchen Window

After a long absence, Rossana shares her story and inspires us all!
 

Kitchen Focus

The challenge of a main dish salad is different than that of a side salad ... and keeping texture and variety in mind can mean the difference between a tantalizing meal and a boring chunk of lettuce.
 

Ingredient SpotLight

Melons are at the peak of their season and they are for more than fresh eating and salads! Get some recipes that have them starring in main courses.
 

Seasoned Opinions

Whether it's a traditional Caesar salad or something more unusual like spicy Indian cole slaw, just about anything your heart desires can make a salad.
 

Happy Endings

When the goodie jar is empty and the bananas on the counter are looking past ready to eat, it's time to make banana bars ... and fast!
 
 
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