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Features

 

Cookbook Review

The authors of Fine Cooking magazine bring us a cookbook devoted to traditional cuisine … with a twist.
 

Soup & Bread

Make comfort food fast with some soup and bread recipes that can be made in the microwave.
 

SuperBowl Snacks

Forget the chips and dip. Try something new and unusual by making your own spiced party mixes featuring nuts.
 

Columns

 

Editor's Note

Find everything from great snacks for your SuperBowl party to the ultimate fudge recipe for diabetics in this month's issue of Seasoned Cooking.
 

Rise 'n Shine

A special request that goes unfilled inspires a simple recipe for traditionally fussy potato pancakes.
 

Rush Hour

Enjoy a robust dish that features olives, capers and garlic in a sauce that compliments both chicken and pasta.
 

Phil's International Flair

Phil takes us to the heart of Russia this month with Olivie, a traditional Russian dish.
 

Through the Kitchen Window

Rossana returns and brings everyone up to speed on the happenings of the last year.
 

Kitchen Focus

When the cold weather chills us to the bone, look to roasting to bring flavor to your table.
 

Ingredient SpotLight

Mussels are for more than flexing! Find out how these tasty bi-valves fit into your menu plans.
 

Seasoned Opinions

The Seasoned Cooking community wants to know what you are resolving to do for 2005.
 

Happy Endings

Getting healthier for the New Year? You don't have to skip dessert!
 

Health & Fitness

Soy, oils, vitamin C, blood chemistry numbers, holiday eating, antioxidants, fiber, milk, food poisoning, and obesity . . . enough material for a slew of New Year’s resolutions.
 
 
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