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Carolyn Malcoun

A graduate of New England Culinary Institute and University of Wisconsin with a degree in journalism, Carolyn pairs her long-standing love for food with writing as EatingWell's senior food editor. Carolyn’s culinary interest is rooted in her childhood; she grew up making thousands of Christmas cookies every year with her mom and picking leaves off bunches of parsley to make tabbouleh with her dad. Away from the kitchen, Carolyn enjoys seeking out rare craft beers and exploring the outdoors with her husband, young daughter and dog.

The Only Sesame Noodle Recipe You Need
What's my go-to summer potluck dish? Sesame noodles! They're easy to make and hold well, so I can make them in...
9 Vegetables You Can Eat as Dessert
I'm not typically a sneaky chef. I'm lucky that, so far, my daughter eats the same food at dinner that my husband...
Next-Level Avocado Toast? Put an Egg On It
I heart avocado toast. It's one of my go-to breakfasts during the week. My 4-year-old daughter even digs it. But...
The One Formula You Need to Make a Killer Healthy Salad
I try to make a ginormous salad every day for lunch or dinner. Healthy salad recipes pack in a lot of nutrients for...
6 Squash Varieties We Are Loving Right Now (and Recipes to Go with Them)
I have a CSA share—that means I pay in advance to get a bag of vegetables each week from a local farm. I typically...
The Only Stir-Fry Recipe You Need
On my seemingly endless journey to get back to a healthier weight, I'm trying to focus on eating more vegetables....
How to Shop for Precut Butternut Squash, Plus 4 Fast Dinners
I love butternut squash. But since I commute an hour a day and have a 3-year-old to feed ASAP when walking in the door...
The Right Way to Store Your Food
My husband and I are immersed in what seems like an endless struggle to lose stubborn pounds. You too? Well, Lainey...
How to Get the Most Out of Your CSA
I’m a bit of a CSA junkie. I’ve been a CSA member for the better part of the last 12 years. I love...
DIY Easy Flavored Ice Cubes
I love enjoying an ice-cold beverage on my deck in the summer. But I hate when the ice meant to keep my drink cold...
A Make-Ahead Mexican Fiesta
When I entertain, I often make Mexican food. It’s easy, budget-friendly and everyone loves it. Plus I can please...
How to Buy Thai Curry Paste, Plus Easy Recipes to Make with It
We love a good Thai curry. And if you frequent Thai restaurants, you probably do too! You can put just about anything...
A Valentine’s Day Dinner Menu for the Whole Family
My husband, Dan, actually likes Valentine’s Day, the Hallmark holiday of holidays. Flowers, cute cards, a little gift,...
5 Restaurant Recipes You Can Make Healthier at Home
Restaurants, particularly fast casual restaurant chains like Ruby Tuesday and On the Border, are not typically known...
The Only Overnight Oats Recipe You Need
Have you made overnight oats before? My husband loves oatmeal, but often he’s running late. So he recently started...
The Surprising Health Benefits of Vinegar
Vinegar’s not a magic elixir—but it may be able to help your waistline, cholesterol and more! Who knew? This may be an...
Beyond the Beef Taco
Some people have pasta night every week, but the one thing you’re guaranteed to find on my weekly menu is “Taco Night...
Need an Easy Dinner? Put an Egg On It!
When I’m desperate to make an easy dinner, my mantra is “Put an egg on it.” I can pretty much always find something...
Why Turkey Sausage Is a Weeknight-Dinner Lifesaver
I love sausage. More important, my 2-year-old daughter loves sausage, so if I can add it to something I’m cooking,...
The Healthiest Fall Vegetables You’re Not Eating
I love fall vegetables. I can’t think of one that I don’t like to eat. But even a vegetable lover can still get into a...
Apple Torte—A Healthy Remake
I’m usually not much of a dessert person. In fact, I prefer a cheese course after dinner when I eat out. But if I see a...
Healthier Clam Chowder + 4 More Chowders
I have a thing for chowder. I am lucky that my mother-in-law lives year-round on Cape Cod: we visit there several...
Fresh Ideas for Fall CSA Vegetables: Carrots, Kale and Beets
I thought I had it good with my CSA midsummer, but the first weeks of September are truly a vegetable-lover’s gold mine...
Make-Ahead Breakfasts to Grab and Go
No matter how hard I try to be organized, I’m always scrambling to get out the door in the morning. There are lunches...
Zukes, Cukes and Corn, Oh My! How to Use Up and Save Seasonal Vegetables
You may be done with summer veggies, but the days are still long and warm, so chances are good that your garden, CSA...
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