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Features

 

Preparing for the Holidays

A little planning now can save your sanity later!
 

Thanksgiving for Two

Don't let the thought of eternity with a huge turkey make you pass on celebrating Thanksgiving.
 

Columns

 

Editor's Note

Look to this month's issue to cover everything from investigating farmers' markets to cooking with ginger.
 

Rise 'n Shine

This month continues our series on wonderful breakfast toppings with a maple cream sauce for waffles and pancakes.
 

Rush Hour

Enjoy spicy catfish with some special hash browns when your week gets rushed.
 

Phil's International Flair

Enjoy smoked salmon and lobster in a variety of holiday treats.
 

Meet Herb

We're getting to know the ins and outs of ginger this month.
 

Cooking Corner

Get a great hair care tip in Seasoned Cooking's new comic strip!
 

Seasoned Opinions

Thanksgiving is on its way -- how are you going to celebrate?
 

Victoria's Vegetarian Victuals

Enjoy some unusual sides this Thanksgiving -- whether or not there's turkey on the table!
 

Land of Leftovers

Necessity certainly is the mother of invention this month! We're offering three great ways to enjoy one big roast.
 

Happy Endings

A twist on an ordinary yellow cake mix makes holiday entertaining easy.
 

Health & Fitness

The farmers’ market is like having your own garden, orchard, and food science lab ... in which somebody else provides all the space, work, and expertise.
 
 
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