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July/August 2011 Table of Contents

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Columns

2 | Recipe Index (pdf format)

6 | From the Editor: The "Oscars" of Food

8 | Feedback & Letters

84 | Nourish: Berry Picking By Joyce Maynard


Features

Hydration Report

42 | Glass Half Full?
Or is it half empty? Proper hydration can help you run harder, think better, even improve our national security (yes, we're serious). By Rachael Moeller Gorman

Don't Miss:
8 Water Facts and Questions Answered
What to Drink When
How Water and Health are Connected

Easy Entertaining

50 | Lighten Up Summer
Perfect for picnics and potlucks, these 6 recipes make Southern classics like fried chicken and peach shortcakes healthier, tastier and better than ever.By Virginia Willis

Cooking Class

58 | Skewered!
A sizzling selection of kebabs from around the world. By Bruce Aidells

Garden Fresh

66 | Savoring Herbs
Put down the butter, cream and salt: fresh herbs are the secret to these magnificent healthy meals. By Nancy Baggett

Departments

11 | FRESH & NUTRITIOUS
New Uses for Cukes | Host a Food Swap | Cancer-Fighting Fruits | The New FoodCorps | The Skinny on Ice Cream | Get Lean with This Protein

21 | Healthy in a Hurry

22 | Weeknights: No-cook summer suppers

30 | See It, Make It: Easy rubs and marinades for chicken

32 | Pick of the Season: What to do with zucchini

36 | 4 Ways: A steak to love

75 | From Our Test Kitchen

76 | Techniques: The easiest way to cook fish, plus no-cook sauces

77 | Cool Tools: Hand-held mandoline

78 | Buyer's Guide: How to pick a healthier hot dog

81 | Tips & Notes: What you need to know about nonstick skillets

Recipe Guidelines, Nutrient Analysis & Recipe Index

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