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Being Thankful

Every once in a while, we needed to be reminded that we have so much to be thankful for -- here are some of the little things that make it all worth it.

Product Review

A tool that really shines during the holidays, an electric knife can make quick work of turkey carving and bread slicing ... and more.



Editor's Note

Find everything from Thanksiving recipes to reasons to be thankful in this month's issue of Seasoned Cooking.

Rise 'n Shine

A last minute invitation to a fall mushroom feast inspires an elegant start to the day.

Rush Hour

When you have leftover turkey on hand, there's nothing quite as satisfying as a warm stew.

Phil's International Flair

During a month filled with long roasting and baking times, you'll really appreciate a dinner that can be on the table in about 15 minutes.

Through the Kitchen Window

Rossana has a lot to be thankful for this year … and since she celebrates Thanksgiving in October, she's one step ahead of those of us in America.

Kitchen Focus

In a month where the kitchen seems so central to celebrating, it's time to take a look at the art of roasting vegetables.

Ingredient SpotLight

Turkey's in the spotlight this month -- with thoughts on saving energy on Thanksgiving and ideas about using those leftovers!

Seasoned Opinions

What's on your Thanksgiving menu? Share your lineup with the Seasoned Cooking community.

Happy Endings

Since many people will crave a good cup of coffee after Thanksgiving dinner, why not make it special with a festive cookie made for dipping?

Health & Fitness

Extensive charts are available to measure, log, and control your daily calorie consumption and expenditures to manage your weight. Will they work for you?
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