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Carolyn Malcoun

Carolyn Malcoun combines her love of food and writing as a recipe contributor for EatingWell. Carolyn has a culinary arts degree from New England Culinary Institute and a degree in journalism from University of Wisconsin—Madison. Carolyn lives in Portland, Maine, and enjoys cooking, gardening, hiking and running in her free time.

Why I’m wild about canned salmon
I wasn’t a big fish eater until my mid-20s. My mom always cooked dinner but hated fish, so it was never on our...
5 healthy recipes you should learn to make this year
My BFF Jessica e-mailed me yesterday: she and her husband are trying to lose weight. To make their resolution a reality...
Instant 5-ingredient appetizers for 100 calories
I love throwing parties. It’s a great way to get all of my friends together without all of us ringing up a hefty...
Got a hangover? Eat this…
I am a graduate of a university that is almost always near the top of the lists of binge-drinking schools. Needless to...
Countdown to Christmas: 12 days of delicious & healthy holiday cookies
I come from a long line of holiday-cookie bakers. My great-grandma baked oodles of cookies each year for the grand...
How to make crispy latkes lighter
Even though I’m not Jewish, I have a soft spot for Jewish cuisine. I learned to love matzo ball soup and knish...
Add this ingredient to your lunch to help you shed pounds
My husband and I are fairly active people, but we’re always looking for more ways to shed a few pounds. (Who isn...
Low-fat football snacks for tight ends
I grew up in a football-loving family. As a kid, my family traveled to most of the University of Michigan games and I...
3 Last-Minute Tips for Perfect Turkey
The first time I hosted Thanksgiving dinner I was terrified. Mostly I was terrified about the prospect of roasting a...
Mashed potatoes: Just as good as Mom’s, but healthier
For some people, Thanksgiving dinner is all about turkey or pumpkin pie. For my sister and me, it’s all about...
Everyone’s favorite green bean casserole, with 11 grams less fat!
Several years ago, my sister, Jennie, and I almost walked out on Thanksgiving dinner. It wasn’t because the...
5 steps for a stress-free Thanksgiving
For several years my husband and I have hosted a big pre-Thanksgiving bash for our friends. Until we started throwing...
5 secrets to healthier lasagna
Lasagna is one of my favorite comfort foods. Although it's not exactly the most stellar meal nutritionally, its cheesy...
Delicious news for garlic lovers
If you asked me to name the one ingredient I cannot live without in my kitchen, I'd say garlic. I use garlic in just...
Healthier Halloween treats
I love throwing Halloween parties. I think the key to hosting a good family-friendly Halloween party is serving good...
4 favorite fall power salads
The weather may be cooling off but salad season is definitely not over. In fact, some of my favorite fall recipes are...
3 secrets to perfectly roasted vegetables every time
Some cooks swear by their steamer basket for quick vegetable side dishes. But I couldn’t live without my roasting...
300-calorie dinners to whittle your middle
My husband, Dan, has been charged with a mission: he has to lose 15 pounds in three months or the doctor ups his blood...
Boxed burger “helper” made healthy
Whenever I see ground beef on sale, I stock up. Knowing I have a few packages stashed away in my freezer helps solve...
5 fall soups packed with produce
What’s your favorite thing about fall? The answer for me is an easy one: it’s soup-making time again! I...
Are carrots the secret to great sex? 4 recipes to try
To me, carrots are a humble vegetable. However, the Greeks once thought carrots were the secret to great sex. And the...
Who doesn't love creamy mac and cheese? 4 recipes to try
Mac & cheese is one of my all-time favorite comfort foods. I was a big fan of the boxed variety when I was a kid (...
4 low-cal dinners in 20 minutes or less
My husband, Dan, and I had a crazy-busy summer. We went on several really fun road trips and we ate a lot of unhealthy...
Host a potluck with a purpose
My husband laughed when I told him this, but when I “grow up” I want to be a school-lunch lady. Not the kind of school-...
Pretty amazing peach recipes
I like to call last summer “the summer of preservation.” My most exciting project was sharing with a friend a bulk...
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