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Features

 

Family Favorite Asian Crock Pot Recipes

One of the easiest methods of getting dinner on the table quickly is with one of the smaller appliances that cook the slowest. What is this wonder appliance? Your crock pot slow cooker of course.
 

Sparkle & Shine New Year

Count down to the New Year in style with a distinctive Asian-inspired menu and twinkly, lustrous, streamlined d├ęcor.
 

Columns

 

Editor's Note

Find everything from lo mein to corned beef hash in this month's issue of Seasoned Cooking.
 

Rise 'n Shine

This month's hash recipe is an order of magnitude better than anything you'll find in a can and likely anything served to you at a restaurant.
 

Rush Hour

Asian food can be quick, healthy and inspired. Try a simple shrimp and vegetable lo mein recipe this month.
 

Phil's International Flair

Roasting a rack of lamb is easy when you follow a simple recipe that takes advantage of choice ingredients and elegant flavorings.
 

Kitchen Focus

With the basic mother sauce recipes on hand, all sauces become a snap. Get a primer on the five mother sauces and how they cover your culinary needs.
 

Ingredient SpotLight

Ring in the New Year with easy and elegant shrimp dishes and discover how healthy, versatile and delicious shrimp can be.
 

Seasoned Opinions

We're starting the New Year asking you about ethnic cuisine. This month, we're asking you to tell us about your favorite Asian recipes.
 

Happy Endings

Old Man Winter's chill means a desire for warm desserts. Get one that's perfect for you this month.
 
 
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