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Features

 

Food on the Tree

Fill your tree with creative decorations that will let everyone know that you're a kitchen guru.
 

Holiday Gift-Giving Guide

Get some great gift ideas -- all under $50 -- for the cooks on your gift list!
 

Columns

 

Editor's Note

Find everything from gift ideas to homemade decorations for the tree in this month's issue of Seasoned Cooking.
 

Rise 'n Shine

A unique breakfast casserole featuring hard boiled eggs and a creamy base makes any morning event just a little more festive.
 

Rush Hour

Use some of that leftover Thanksgiving turkey in a terrific soup with a bit of bite and a lot of nutritious ingredients.
 

Phil's International Flair

When colder weather stops you from grilling, discover new ways to enjoy your favorite steak.
 

Through the Kitchen Window

Rossana is the Christmas Lady and, this year, she got an early present!
 

Kitchen Focus

When you're drawing a blank on what to get for friends, family and others this holiday season, look no further than your kitchen.
 

Ingredient SpotLight

When you think chocolate and prime rib are taking too high of a place on your holiday platter, take a look to cranberries to get a healthy perspective.
 

Seasoned Opinions

People everywhere are thinking about what they want to see under the Christmas tree ... so we're asking you to share your list!
 

Happy Endings

Make a new holiday tradition with special treats to enjoy while decorating the Christmas tree.
 

Health & Fitness

Fad diet or good science? Now some diet gurus claim soup has an almost mystical power to help us manage our weight. Can it be true?
 
 
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