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Carolyn Malcoun's Blog (Page 3)

July 6, 2011 - 3:39pm

I really love the whole experience of making coffee: the aroma of a freshly brewed pot wafting through my house, the smell of it as I raise a cup to my lips, the warmth of it filling my body and the flavor—oh, the flavor!

Must-Make Coffee Recipes:
Frozen Mochacchino and Recipes for Healthy Coffee Shop Drinks at Home
Hot Fudge Pudding Cake and More Amazing Recipes Made with Coffee

But if you’re a...

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July 5, 2011 - 10:55am

I’m more of a cook than a baker. So while I have an arsenal of dried herbs and spices and savory condiments, my baking cupboard is slightly more bare. Since I don’t keep tabs on what’s in there, there have been times that I’ve realized that I’m missing a ingredient or two after I’ve already embarked on a baking project. While I have a grocery store less than a mile from my house, it’s usually not worth the inconvenience to me to go get what I’m missing—especially when I have a perfectly good substitute in my kitchen already! Here are 7 no-fail baking substitutions you can make without ruining your recipes.

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June 28, 2011 - 11:45am

Baby, it's hot outside. And a perfect drink to cool down is a frosty glass of iced tea. Plus, as Joyce Hendley reported in a recent issue of EatingWell Magazine, studies show if you drink tea regularly, you may reduce your risk of Alzheimer's and diabetes, plus have healthier teeth and gums and stronger bones. How? Tea is rich in antioxidants called flavonoids, which are most potent when tea is freshly brewed.

Don't Miss: Hibiscus-Pomegranate Iced Tea and 6 More Easy, Refreshing Iced Tea Recipes
Green Tea or Black Tea? A Buyer's and Brewer's Guide for 6 Different Kinds of Tea

Another benefit...

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June 24, 2011 - 10:48am

There’s one time of year when fruit really grabs my attention and that’s summertime! Even though many fruits are available year-round, as a contributing food editor for EatingWell Magazine I know that picking fruit at its peak means it tastes better and has more nutrients—and can cost less too.

I’m oh-so-excited because my favorites are ripe and in season right now. I recently nibbled my way through a half-pint of raspberries on my way home from the supermarket. Sweet strawberries and fragrant peaches incite me to—gasp—bake shortcakes and cobblers. Pureeing watermelon into juice is...

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