November/December 2013 Table of Contents

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4 | Recipe Index (pdf format)

7 | Holiday Menus

8 | Our Contributors

12 | Feedback

112 | Nourish: My Julia Child Moment
By Joyce Maynard


54 | Thanksgiving on the Farm
Come home to rural Maryland for a celebration that features the season's harvest, the sumptuous seafood of the Chesapeake Bay and plenty of good times.
By Bill Scepansky

65 | Side Show!
As if by magic, these recipes turn basic vegetables into outstanding sides.
By the EatingWell Test Kitchen

70 | Galettes for All
Roll out this free-form tart for any festive occasion. Sweet or savory, it's made for sharing.
By Anna Thomas

78 | Native Harvest
Add fresh, bright cranberries to made dishes from pilaf to roast pork to cheesecake ready for the holiday table.
By Carolyn Malcoun

90 | A New Cookie Tradition
This year, make naturally decorated cookies that are better, healthier and more beautiful than ever!
By Nancy Baggett

Good Taste • Health • Life

15 | Go Purple to Prevent Cancer, Improve Memory & More
16 | Do Good with Food
20 | Shop Smart: Healthy Crackers
22 | Whiten Your Teeth Naturally

Healthier Holidays

24 | Easy Appetizer: Salmon Platter
26 | Tips for the Busy Host
28 | Stay Trim This Season Without Trying

Healthy in a Hurry

33 | Weeknights: Takeout Makeovers

42 | 4 Ways: Fast Dinners with Chicken Thighs

50 | See It, Make It: The Easiest DIY Holiday Gift

Test Kitchen

103 | Techniques: Mashed Potatoes

109 | Ask Stacy: Gifts for Food Lovers

110 | Tips & Notes

Recipe Guidelines, Nutrient Analysis & Recipe Index

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