September/October 2010 Table of Contents

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4 | Recipe Index (pdf format)

8 | From the Editor: How to Save Time and Money

10 | Feedback & Letters

92 | Nourish: I’m Sorry, Michael Pollan By Rowan Jacobsen


Nutrition Report

48 | The 13 Biggest Myths Busted
Eggs are bad for your heart. High-fructose corn syrup is worse for you than sugar. Behind most food and nutrition myths, there’s a kernel of truth. We separate the science from the silliness. By Joyce Hendley

Food & Travel

58 | The Chile That Saved Chimayó
Escape summer in the city—pack our easy picnic menu and head to your local park or farm for a fresh take on dinner. By Henry Shukman | Recipes by Cheryl & Bill Jamison

68 | Hooked on Hotdish
Find out how we took on the classic make-ahead casseroles of the Midwest and gave them a fresh, lighter, EatingWell spin. By Jessie Price & the EatingWell Test Kitchen

Cooking Class

76 | Eat Well & Spend Less
6 easy recipes and 6 simple changes that could help you save $2,997 a year. By Jessie Price & the EatingWell Test Kitchen


Heirloom Apple Rescue | The Best Veggie Burgers | 3 Natural Immunity Boosters | Foods for Virility | Editors’ Picks, and more

23 | Healthy in a Hurry

24 | Weeknights: Meatless meals for any night of the week

32 | 4 Ways: Chicken tenders in 4 quick, lean and easy dinners

39 | Vegetable Wise: Easy ways to make everyone love Brussels sprouts

44 | See It, Make It: Fast-break breakfasts you’ll want to get up for

85 | From Our Test Kitchen

86 | Techniques: Easy Homemade Fruit Bars

88 | We Tried It: Ciders to Sip

88 | Tips & Notes: Sources, special ingredients, and more

Recipe Guidelines, Nutrient Analysis & Recipe Index (pdf format)

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