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Culinate Newsletter January 7 09

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,

 On these short dark days, as I balance the demands of getting my work done and shuttling my children around, I sometimes run low on ideas for the dinner table. For inspiration, I check out the recipe queue on [/user/Kim "my member page"] — a spot where I've saved recipes I want to cook.

 It's easy to create your own queue of recipes you'd like to try: Log in (at the top of the [/home "home page"]) and then start browsing recipes. When you see a recipe that interests you, click on the "Add to my Recipe Queue" link. The recipe will then show up in a slideshow on your Culinate member page. 

 Check out our [/culinate/faqmemberpages "member pages FAQ"] for more information about the many features of our member pages.

 Here's to kitchen inspiration!

 Kim Carlson
 Editorial Director

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story1text: Read why this ambassador for Southern food has a lot of explaining to do.
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