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Features

 

Comfort Food Trends Bring Us Back to Our Roots

Comfort food. It even sounds warm and welcoming - like cuddling up by the fire on a cold winter day.
 

Vegetarian Comfort Food

October begins comfort food season. And what better way to enjoy it than to take advantage of fall's harvest?
 

Columns

 

Editor's Note

Find everything from apples to trout in this month's special harvest issue of Seasoned Cooking.
 

Rise 'n Shine

Baking an omelet means a nearly hands free breakfast that gives you time to relax and enjoy your weekend.
 

Rush Hour

Roasting tomatoes and garlic gives summery gazpacho a decidedly fall makeover. It's the best of both seasons.
 

Phil's International Flair

Trout finds a way to express itself in an autumn dish.
 

Through the Kitchen Window

Fruit crisps combine the very best of the season with the rich creaminess of ice cream for a perfect harvest dessert.
 

Kitchen Focus

When the temperature starts to drop, it's the perfect time to pull out your roasting pans!
 

Ingredient SpotLight

A quick breakfast dish gets its inspiration from dessert. Oh, how sweet it is!
 

Seasoned Opinions

October brings with it the best of fall. So, we're asking you to share your favorite fall activities with us too. It's time to get together and enjoy the best of the season.
 

Happy Endings

A creamy, tangy dessert is a great match for the hearty dishes of the autumn season.
 
 
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