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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.

Are carrots the secret to great sex? 4 recipes to try
To me, carrots are a humble vegetable. However, the Greeks once thought carrots were the secret to great sex. And the...
Who doesn't love creamy mac and cheese? 4 recipes to try
Mac & cheese is one of my all-time favorite comfort foods. I was a big fan of the boxed variety when I was a kid (...
4 low-cal dinners in 20 minutes or less
My husband, Dan, and I had a crazy-busy summer. We went on several really fun road trips and we ate a lot of unhealthy...
Host a potluck with a purpose
My husband laughed when I told him this, but when I “grow up” I want to be a school-lunch lady. Not the kind of school-...
Pretty amazing peach recipes
I like to call last summer “the summer of preservation.” My most exciting project was sharing with a friend a bulk...
Picnic-perfect raspberry bars & more fresh raspberry recipes
Last summer my husband and I were talking and he casually mentioned that the hillside at his dad’s cabin, a mere 30...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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’...
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...
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...
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...
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