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In the February 2011 Issue
7 Creative Variations on Oatmeal
Banish breakfast boredom with these intriguing ways to spice up your oatmeal, including two that you won't see in the magazine.
In the January 2011 Issue
Mario Batali's Vegetarian Bruschetta Platter
Made with fresh vegetables, this flavorful vegetarian bruschetta recipe is a healthy and fun way to cook as a family.
Martha Rose Shulman's Quinoa Salad with Sugar Snap Peas, Tofu, and Ginger Vinaigrette
Quinoa, a grain both high in protein and fiber, is a healthy substitute for white rice in salads, soups, and stir-fries.
David Tanis' Pork Scaloppine
This mouthwatering stovetop pork dish is super-easy to prepare and ready to eat in 15 minutes. Try it alongside a helping of zucchini fritters.
Bob Greene's Workout Videos
Bob Greene's three-pronged approach to exercise incorporates cardio, strength training and functional fitness. Here are seven easy ways to get moving.
In the December 2010 Issue
Tasty Homemade Holiday Gifts
Take care of your whole gift list with one afternoon in the kitchen. These edible treats are one size fits all. Get the bonus Web-exclusive recipes plus the large-batch conversions.
Blood Orange and Avocado Salsa with Pomegranate Seeds
Blood orange and avocado salsa with pomegranate seeds is perfect with baked chips. Or, try another healthy twist on classic party dips.
The Best Veggie Dippers
No matter what dip you serve, we've got the perfect veggie dipper to pair with it, including suggestions you won't see in the magazine and a super-easy recipe for baked tortilla chips.
In the November 2010 Issue
Test your career strengths with these five aptitude tests.
Make Any Job Better
Dan Buettner—best-selling author, athlete, researcher, and explorer—has tips for improving your current work environment.
Books About Dogs
They're cuddly, protective, smart—and they adore us. Here: Even more picks of books about our furry friends.
Cranberry Gel with Frisee and Pumpkin
Longtime companions cranberry and pumpkin are ripe for a culinary renaissance. Here, they become a spectacular salad course or light lunch.
Cranberry Lemongrass Cocktail
Skewers of cranberries and lemongrass spears serve as garnish for this fragrant concoction of raspberry vodka, lime juice, lemongrass syrup, and sparkling wine.
Herbed Mulled Riesling
This is like a winter version of sangria—feel free to add winter fruits, like pears and apples, to the brew as well.
Roasted Butternut Squash
This elegant side dish is delicious, hearty, and best of all, super-simple. Try it paired with Steak with Cranberry Sauce.
Peppermint Ice Cream
Try this homemade peppermint ice cream by itself or as a sophisticated complement to another dessert.
In the October 2010 Issue
Lime Fruit Jellies
Like jellybeans for grown-ups, these lime fruit jellies have soft centers and crisp shells. This recipe is one of O's DIY candy recipes.
In the September 2010 Issue
Jon Kabat-Zinn's Mindfulness Exercises
Just for a moment, think about what it must be like to be fully aware—to feel that silence and stillness. Try these meditation exercises to bring on the calm.
In the August 2010 Issue
More Ways to Save!
Your guide to getting a great deal on everything from airfare to zucchini. (Don't miss our updated 2008 and 2009 guides for even more ways to score!)
Sugar-Crusted Pecan Shortcakes with Peaches and Raspberries
Bliss can be messy: These sugar-crusted pecan shortcakes filled with peaches, raspberries, and whipped cream look perfect only until the first bite is taken; then they crumble into a delectable chaos.
In the July 2010 Issue
Citrus-and-Spice-Pickled Watermelon Rind
This traditional Southern garnish is delicious in soups, on toast points, or straight out of the jar. Get the recipe!
In the June 2010 Issue
True-Life Tales of Adventure
What if you regained your sight after 33 years of blindness? Came back to life after flatlining? Or landed a plane yourself? Read on for 9 true-life tales of unexpected adventure!
Susan Feniger's Street Food Menu
Susan Feniger serves up a round-the-world sampling of street food: Asian pear salad, a cool Indian drink, an Egyptian cake, and more.
Laser Hair Removal
Find out here if you're a good candidate for laser hair removal.
In the May 2010 Issue
O's Words That Matter Giveaway
Oprah says she's lived her life by quotations and sayings, so to celebrate O's 10th anniversary, the editors compiled a collection of insightful quotes drawn from the magazine's first decade. See a sampling and enter to win here!
See the Angiogeneis Foundation's list of the top 33 antiangiogenic foods.
Go to O's 10th anniversary special to see our top 10 recipes of the last decade and get the recipes for our 10th anniversary cakes.
In the April 2010 Issue
O's Gorgeous Giveaway
Win all 27 makeup products featured in the Spring 2010 Makeup O-Wards! See the official rules and enter here.
The Allium Menu
3 exclusive recipes from Rori Trovato's allium menu:
Leek, Pea, and Mint Soup
Caramelized Onion and Sherry Marmalade on Chicken Liver Crostini
O's Love Survey Results
Get the full results of the love survey by taking the quiz.
In the March 2010 Issue
Gastropub Drink Pairings
Prawn Bisque: Fino Sherry
Spiced Beef: Guinness
Grits Souffle: Zind Humbrecht Gewurtztraminer
Steak and Kidney Pie: Bordeaux
Fish and Chips: Guinness
Braised Lamb Shoulder: Chateauneuf Du Pape
Bakewell Tart: Sullin
Bread Pudding: Sauternes
Plus, try Armstrong's puff pastry recipe
Where to Donate
Find a local thrift store or donation center near you.
Foods that Love You Back
Discover the ingredients that will keep every part of you healthy—including your appetite.
Tips for Healthy Eating
Michael Pollan answers the question: What should we really be putting on our plates?
Clear Your Cookies
Here's a tutorial for clearing your cookies.
Oprah Interview Contest Winners
Kristy Nicholas, Michelle Hankey, Barbara Raymond, Violet J. Harris, Ellyn Shull, Lisa Torain
In the February 2010 Issue
More of O food editor Celia Barbour's favorite food e-tail websites.
Mark Bittman Recipes
Quick and easy chicken, pork and salmon recipes.
Martha Stewart's Scones
Actress Keri Russel loves this scone recipe from Martha Stewart's Baking Handbook.
The 60-Day Makeover
She's 80 pounds overweight, divorced, out of work, and deeply in debt. She needs a physical and spiritual overhaul. Can 60 days in a Bikram hot-yoga studio really undo years of damage?
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Published on September 07, 2010
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