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Features

 

Eating in the Wild

It started with a childhood fascination with mulberries and elderberries. Years later, a friend rekindles the desire to find tasty treasures in nature.
 

Halloween's Here

Whether it's making scary decorations or picking out your favorite Halloween treats, this spooky holiday gets to all of us!
 

Columns

 

Editor's Note

Find everything from Halloween treats to fall's finest produce in this month's issue of Seasoned Cooking.
 

Rise 'n Shine

October with its cooler weather and changing colors inspires warm breakfasts. Try oatmeal with a crunchy twist.
 

Rush Hour

An elegant stuffed chicken breast recipe is simple to make and perfect for weekday entertaining.
 

Phil's International Flair

Phil is smoking again … and that's a good thing that he's willing to share with us all!
 

Through the Kitchen Window

Memories of Hallowe'ens past bring Rossana to share some ghoulish recipes with us.
 

Kitchen Focus

What are chips without dip? They make raw veggies look like treats and put the finishing touch on appetizers. Get the low down on making them healthy.
 

Ingredient SpotLight

A new column focuses on individual ingredients. This month, it's time to look at the wonders of pumpkins.
 

Seasoned Opinions

What's your favorite Halloween treat? Share your favorites with the Seasoned Cooking community.
 

Happy Endings

When the apples are fresh off the tree, it's time to make a special dessert that's simple, fast and a sign that autumn's here and welcomed.
 

Health & Fitness

Not only is vitamin D critical to many more health issues than we ever suspected, it is also deficient in a large percentage of the population, even in the U.S.
 
 
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