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Inside magazine spring 2017 cover
Hello, Spring! Here in Austin, we are finally thawing out but we’ve been hard at work in the studio amidst the snowflakes over the past few months. We’ve been dreaming of grilling, picnics and all things spring to get you prepped and ready as gray turns to green (not that we have anything against gray!)

Spring is a time of renewal and rejuvenation. Its’s a time to stretch your legs and get outside, to visit farmers markets, revisit fresh produce and trade in your wintery comfort foods for lighter fare. And, in a perfect world, you’d be able to do all of that without stressing out about fitting healthy eating and celebrating spring into your already busy schedule.

We’ve carefully crafted the recipes and food photography in this issue to do just that – to inspire you to find ways to do right by your body and your sanity at the same time. We are excited to share our tips for saving time in the kitchen so you can spend more time out of it with the people who matter most. This issue celebrates food’s role in our overall health and wellness and food as a way to connect with the special people who are such a big part of our lives.

May your rainboots find all the best puddles,
Studio H

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In This Issue

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    9 Foodies on What You Need at Your Next Picnic

    BY ALYSSA SHELASKY

    Our favorite chefs and cookbook authors on essential picnic requirements

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    Lunch on the Go

    BY ALYSSA SHELASKY

    It is time to get out of the same-old-lunch slump

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    Celebrating Mom

    BY JAIME ANNIS

    Mother’s Day stories and traditions from our employees

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    The A-List Grocery List

    BY SEAN ELDER

    See how to eat like a celebrity from the chefs who keep them fit

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    Food, Mood, and the Teenage Brain

    BY ETHAN WATTERS

    What we feed our teens may prove to be critical not only to their physical health but their mental health as well

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    Weeknight Dinners Made Simple

    BY ANGELA SELLERS

    We’ve taken the guess work out of weeknight meal planning for a week

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    Passing Down the Love of Cooking

    BY NEVIN MARTELL

    Stories of sharing time together in the kitchen

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    Food & Drink

    BY ELVA RAMIERZ

    Together like never before

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    24 Hours in the Life of a Social Media Celebrity

    BY ALYSSA SHELASKY

    A taste of one day of eating, posting, blogging with 315K followers

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    Charcuterie 101

    We collected our best tips and advice to create this charcuterie guide

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