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A tender look at dealing with the pain and stress of losing a loved one ... and a special farewell menu.



Editor's Note

Find everything from stress management tips to delectable poultry recipes in this month's issue of Seasoned Cooking.

Rise 'n Shine

While it's at the peak of its season, enjoy asparagus in an easy-to-make quiche.

Home Cookin'

When mixed weather and office colds have you feeling down, there's nothing like chicken soup to cure what ails you.

Rush Hour

There's no need to look to the Colonel or the Golden Arches to satisfy your craving for chicken nuggets!

Phil's International Flair

For those interested in the turkey deep frying craze, get the chance to experience the process with a wok and a small turkey breast.

Through the Kitchen Window

Changes, good and bad, bring a desire to dwell on the inner child in all of us. Celebrate that playful spirit with recipes for everything from finger paint to play dough.

Cooking Corner

Get a special recipe for a dessert drink from your friends at the Cooking Corner.

Seasoned Opinions

With tax season well upon us, it's time to share your best relaxation techniques with the Seasoned Cooking community.

Victoria's Vegetarian Victuals

A bevy of treats to share with friends -- furry and otherwise!

Land of Leftovers

Discover the classic salad dressings -- or at least the makings of them -- that are hidden in your pantry.

Happy Endings

Bring a touch of the countryside into your home with a special recipe straight from the farm.

Health & Fitness

One simple time management principle can add hours to your day and help keep the alligators and the shrink away.
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