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Date:1/26/2009

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  • Bundle up and take your pet for a walk outside or set up daily 30-minute walks around the neighborhood with a friend for an instant mood lift
  • "Mushrooms Every Day, Every Way" Recipe Contest

    Cooking delicious meals is another way to boost your mood. More and more research indicates that dietary changes may influence mood by initiating changes in brain structure.(5)

    To uncover America's favorite recipes, the Mushroom Council and Taste of Home are co-hosting the "Mushrooms Every Day, Every Way Recipe Contest" from January 26 through May 18, 2009. Four lucky winners will receive $1,000 and one grand prize winner will receive an additional $1,000. To enter the contest and view contest rules, visit mushroominfo.com or tasteofhome.com.

    Home cooks are encouraged to submit recipes including at least 8 ounces of fresh commercially cultivated mushrooms in one of four categories. The Taste of Home Tasting Panel, consisting of food and online editors, will select one finalist from each category. TasteofHome.com visitors will then be asked to vote online for their favorite recipe. The recipe receiving the greatest number of votes will be named the grand prize winner.

    • Happily Veggie After: Recipe using mushrooms as a substitute for meat (e.g., Portabella Mushroom Burgers)
    • Mushroom Main Event: Mealtime idea starring mushrooms as a main dish or dinner recipe (e.g., Cranberry Mushroom Beef Brisket)
    • Inspiring Appetizers: Appetizer recipe using different types of mushroom varieties (e.g., Bacon and Shiitake Stuffed Mushrooms)
    • Fun Fungi: Favorite recipe with an unusual use of mushrooms (e.g., Mushroom Ice Cream)
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