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On Thanksgiving Day, crown your feast with a delicious dessert, complements of the experts at FoodNetwork.com.
Whether you're looking for traditional stuffing recipes like your Mom made or innovative new versions, FoodNetwork.com has stuffing recipes to help create the perfect Thanksgiving celebration.
Nielsen Online's recently released traffic numbers for October 2008 have put FoodNetwork.com on top of the Food & Cooking category for the 28th consecutive month. FoodNetwork.com finished October 2008 as the No. 1 Web site in Food & Cooking with 8.6 million unique users having visited the site.
Add one more item to your list of things to be thankful for this Thanksgiving -- FoodNetwork.com's one-stop Thanksgiving page, the best place on the internet for Thanksgiving recipes.
Endeca Technologies, Inc., a search and information access software company, today announced that SN Digital - the interactive division of Scripps Networks, the leader in lifestyle media, and home to Web sites including the No. 1 content site in home, HGTV.com, and the No.
FoodNetwork.com has held the No. 1 spot in Nielsen's Food & Cooking category for 26 straight months. Now, the site heads into the popular holiday season by unveiling a new chapter, an all-new FoodNetwork.com.
Scripps Networks Corporate Communications: Jerilyn Bliss, 865-560-4181 firstname.lastname@example.org or Kristin Alm, 865-560-4316 email@example.com Logo: http://www.foodnetwork.com Newly released Nielsen Online numbers show that FoodNetwork.com completed June 2008 with a unique audience of 8.3 million users making it the No.
Whether you're mindful of healthy cooking or need ideas for simple meals on a shoestring, FoodNetwork.com has a heaping helping of tips and recipes in the form of exclusive new original Web series "Conscious Cooking" and "Easy Meals, Good Deals." Many people find it difficult to maintain a "casually healthy" yet fun lifestyle in the face of day-to-day eating temptations.
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