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Features

 

Eating Outdoors

Next time you get the craving for dining al fresco, go for it with a good guide to entertaining outdoors ... complete with some fail-safe recipes.
 

Patriotic Desserts

It's time to celebrate Independence Day and what better way to do it than with sweets and treats to share with your whole family?
 

Columns

 

Editor's Note

Find everything from quick sandwiches to great meals on the grill in this month's issue of Seasoned Cooking.
 

Rise 'n Shine

'Tis the season for beautiful ripe tomatoes. Make the most of it with a simple dish that will have you yearning for breakfast at every meal of the day.
 

Rush Hour

A little advance planning means putting together a masterpiece main dish salad that will have loved ones raving and craving.
 

Phil's International Flair

Phil's sharing a few of his favorite sandwiches to enjoy in the great outdoors or whenever you need a meal on the go.
 

Kitchen Focus

When you want to make sure you can get dinner on the table without a dry, tasteless meal, it's time to turn to your grill and marinating!
 

Ingredient SpotLight

Scallops are at their best during the summer months ... and what better ingredient to make you embrace the warm months and carefree attitude of the season.
 

Seasoned Opinions

It's time to share your all-time favorite picnic foods and outdoor treats with the Seasoned Cooking community.
 

Happy Endings

When the heat is on and you want a grown-up dessert in minutes, it's all about having the right ingredients on hand.
 

Health and Fitness

You learned last month the distinct, life-threatening differences between men's and women's heart attack warnings and symptoms. Now learn what to do about those differences.
 
 
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