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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, 2-year-old daughter and dog.

4 refreshing ways to use watermelon
I love biting into a wedge of sweet summer watermelon and letting the juice dribble down my chin. (I’ve been known to...
Magnificent melon recipes
A good melon can be downright magical. This week I bought a cantaloupe and I’m greeted with its heady fragrance each...
Squash gone wild: 4 new ways to cook it
When I planned my first garden a few years ago, I asked my friend Jessica for advice on how much of each vegetable I...
Cheesy skillet tomatoes & more ultra-simple tomato recipes
One of my first food memories is going out to our garden with my dad to pluck sun-ripened tomatoes off the vines. My...
A blueberry muffin you'll go bonkers for
One of my favorite summer activities is berry picking, particularly blueberry picking (best summer fruit EVER!). A...
Shuck this! Confessions of a sweet-corn addict
I have a confession to make: I’m addicted to summer sweet corn. And living in Vermont, the season starts much too late...
Fresh fruit desserts in 15 minutes
My poor husband. He grew up in a family full of sweet tooths, a family who always ate dessert after dinner. I, on the...
Easy jam-making for dummies
The idea of making jam used to freak me out a bit. (They didn’t exactly teach us how to make jam from scratch in...
3 summer wines under $15 (they're made with organic grapes, too!)
I love eating local in the summertime, but living in Vermont there are very few local wines to drink. So I started...
Magnificent meatless grilling
I ate vegetarian for a while, and perhaps the most annoying thing about it was going to a barbecue and seeing that a...
Summertime and the grilling is easy
For me, summer entertaining means I pull out my favorite grilling recipes. But many of these use smaller cuts of meat,...
Yes! You can learn to cook
Make a fresh start this spring and learn to cook. And while you're at it, you can learn to cook more healthfully. I...
Add flavor—hold the fat—with my 5 favorite fresh herbs
One of my favorite things about warmer weather are the garden-fresh herbs I plant in enormous pots that line my porch...
5 fresh, homemade salsas
Tomorrow is Cinco de Mayo—olé! We’re way too busy this week to throw a proper dinner party on a Tuesday night. Plus it’...
Sugar snap peas 5 ways
When I was researching sugar snap peas to write a column for EatingWell, I discovered a man by the name of Calvin...
9 great greens to add to your salad bowl
There’s only one thing I love more than eating salad and that’s growing salad greens. Even though the property where I...
4 waste-free lunches to go
You all might stone me when I say this, but I make my husband’s lunch. I know, I know, it’s so very June Cleaver, but...
5 new ways to eat local
I’m so glad that spring is (finally!) here and my farmers’ market is back in the swing of things. I can get my favorite...
Sneak in some veggies
Are you a vegetable-phobe? Or maybe you have a kid who won’t eat anything but iceberg lettuce in a salad or your...
Super-easy St. Patrick's Day menu
Everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. But are the days of getting sloshed on green beer in a packed pub behind you?...
Wild weeknights with salmon
My secret weapon for quick weeknight meals? Frozen wild salmon. I buy individually packaged portions in bulk and can...
Fresh asparagus: celebrate the first spears of spring
I love spring, but there are some things about spring I don’t love so much. Being woken up in the middle of the night...
Our best baked chicken recipes
Few things are more comforting than baked chicken. And Maple-Mustard Baked Chicken is one of my favorite recipes...
New reasons to love lasagna
Ah, lasagna… Quite possibly my favorite comfort food, lasagna was one of the first dishes I learned to master post-...
Sweet & simple: Skillet glazed beets
My mother-in-law and I are die-hard beet lovers, but even we don’t usually think of having beets on a weeknight because...
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