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Features

 

6 Tips for the Home Cook on Developing Recipes

Get great ideas that will have your kitchen adventures turning out inspired recipes from scratch and a fantastic soup recipe that illustrates them.
 

Cooking With Kids

Get kids involved in the kitchen and teach them valuable lessons and give them about your culinary traditions.
 

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Editor's Note

Find everything from decadent brownies to comforting soup in this month's special New Year's issue of Seasoned Cooking.
 

Rise 'n Shine

Roasted tomatoes and crispy bacon combine with other classic Eggs Benedict ingredients to bring you Eggs Blackstone. Fall in love with it today.
 

Rush Hour

Shepherd's Pie gets a fun makeover with sweet potatoes and ground beef. Discover the joy of tweaking recipes to find new ways to enjoy old favorites.
 

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

Have the holidays left you with lots of candy canes? Find a few recipes that take creative advantage of them and provide your family with fun treats even after the celebrations die down.
 

Ingredient SpotLight

Learn how to prepare easily-available, inexpensive tilapia and find great ways to eat healthier in the New Year.
 

Seasoned Opinions

It's cold out there and we're trying to keep warm with soups and stews. This month, we're asking you to share your favorite soups with us ... and links to recipes if you can!
 

Happy Endings

Enjoy decadent brownies with ribbons of pumpkin cheesecake strewn throughout and consider how much you have to be grateful for in the New Year.
 
 
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