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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 Burlington, Vermont, and enjoys cooking, gardening, hiking and running in her free time.

Old-fashioned apple crisp with way less butter
I was at my mother-in-law's last weekend and she made an amazing apple crisp for dessert one night. Mmmmmm, apple crisp...
The best squash to sauté, roast, stuff & make soup with
One of my favorite things about going to the farmers' market in the fall is seeing all the cool varieties of winter...
How to love 5 of the most hated vegetables
There are some vegetables that are pretty easy to love—red bell peppers and carrots come to mind. But many people...
What’s Fresh: Fall’s 3 best vegetables to keep in your kitchen
I don’t know why it still shocks me when I read that we aren’t eating our vegetables. The Centers for...
Soup simplified: 1 easy recipe, 4 delicious soups
I’m head over heels in love with soup. Once the weather turns cooler, I make a batch of soup (or more!) each week...
5 quick sides to pair with whatever’s for dinner
If you regularly read the EatingWell blogs, you may have gotten the impression that we all make complicated recipes...
How to love your leftovers
I heart leftovers. But I know not everyone does. Maybe it’s because many people think of leftovers as eating-the-...
Easy Labor Day side dishes that “wow”
It seems that most summer parties, at least the ones I’m invited to, are potlucks. And since Labor Day weekend is...
DIY healthy lunchbox treats: homemade fruit bars
When it comes to lunch, not much has changed since I was a kid—even at age 34, I’m still envious when a co-...
4 fast food dinners to steer clear of (and what to order instead)
I guess because I’m a food editor at EatingWell, I shouldn’t be surprised that my friends were shocked when...
Dinner in 5, 10, 15 or 20 minutes. No excuses.
There are about 97,634,347 things I’d rather do after work in the summer than make dinner. (Gardening, hiking,...
Simple ways to cook 20 vegetables
I’m a vegetable lover. I eat vegetables at least three times a day: sautéed chard stirred into scrambled...
5 Food Myths Busted: Grocery shopping mistakes that are costing you money and quality
Are brown eggs really more nutritious than white? Since I work for EatingWell, I get my share of these questions from...
What’s Fresh: Is corn healthy or not?
When I was writing about corn for the July/August issue of EatingWell Magazine, I decided to pose this question...
What’s fresh: zucchini bread for chocolate lovers
Zucchini. Say the word and you’re sure to elicit passionate opinions of this abundant summer vegetable. In my...
5 great-tasting Cheddars you don’t have to feel bad about eating
If I had to pick the one food that’s my biggest weakness, without question it would be cheese. Every day I...
6 tips for making burgers so tasty they’ll blow your mind
I consider myself lucky to live in one of the most beautiful states in the U.S.—Vermont. One major benefit of...
DIY healthier homemade ice cream
I was in perhaps the best shape of my adult life when I met my husband seven summers ago. During those first few months...
The best money-saving kitchen tool you already have
I’m a sucker for a good deal. So whenever I see not-so-perfect organic tomatoes for $2 a pound or piles of corn...
Summer school: 5 simple cooking tricks to master
Summer is a great time of year to learn a few new tricks in the kitchen. It’s warm enough to grill, and there are...
3 hot things to put on your (leftover) buns
I hate to throw things away (please don’t look in my closet!), especially when it comes to food (you probably...
A complete Memorial Day spread for only $5 per person
This Memorial Day, my husband, Dan, and I are having a BBQ. Since I’m a food editor at EatingWell, our friends...
What’s Fresh: Delicious ways to savor the first fruits of spring
There’s something about spring fruits—plump cherries, tart rhubarb, juicy apricots and sweet strawberries...
4 road-trip snacks that are healthier than gas station eats
Summer is just around the corner and that means that our weekends for the next few months are filling up with lots of...
4 “magic” ingredients of a power salad
I really truly love salad. When the weather gets warmer, I have one for either lunch or dinner every day—...
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