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Features

 

Cookbook Review

Alton Brown shares his thoughts on the application of heat to food ... and a creative and science-oriented approach to cooking ensues.
 

Easy Entertaining

Love entertaining but hate all the work? Get some ideas that will make quick get togethers a snap and entertaining a breeze.
 

Columns

 

Editor's Note

Find everything from chocolate to the antioxidants in it in this month's issue of Seasoned Cooking.
 

Rise 'n Shine

Sprucing up yogurt means more delicious ways to get enough calcium in our diets -- and that's both good and good for you!
 

Rush Hour

Wrap sandwiches have become very popular. Enjoy a twist on them with something inspired by the Mediterranean ... and pitas.
 

Phil's International Flair

Cornish game hens make a lovely meal -- whether you're serving guests or having a romantic meal together.
 

Kitchen Focus

When you're looking for a quick meal or snack, don't overlook the tasty dishes that can be found when you harness the power of your broiler.
 

Ingredient SpotLight

It's for more than just molding into hearts and bunnies; chocolate is a versatile ingredient in everything from sweet to savory.
 

Seasoned Opinions

Chocolate! For some it's a favorite, for others it's an obsession. However you view it, we're asking you to share how you eat it!
 

Happy Endings

Imagine a cross between pudding and pumpkin pie and you're not far off from the delight that is a pumpkin custard.
 

Health & Fitness

Are the antioxidant supplements you buy and eat helping … or hurting … your health? There’s evidence supporting both sides, but a clear winner emerges.
 
 
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