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Behind each of the 4,500 recipes that have appeared in Everyday Food magazine is a meticulous process of research, testing, re-testing, design, and printing, with the finished product finally arriving at 1.3 million homes around the world.

It all starts with an idea that's in line with the voice of the magazine -- something seasonal, perhaps, and definitely something nutritious, budget-friendly, and easy to prepare.

For the June issue, associate food editor Dawn Perry proposed a Tex-Mex combo plate (pictured). Watch the video to see the development of the dish from conception to publication.

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Comments (2)

Anonymous
June 11, 2010
Loved this video. It is fascinating to see how a recipe is developed for the magazine! Thanks for sharing that with us.
Anonymous
May 26, 2010
Martha mentioned on the show that we could pull up the recipes on the App, but I don't think you can. For instance, I search the title from the magazine and found zero entries. I then tried to search a main ingredient such as "zucchini" for the Raw Corn and Zucchini Salad, and selected "Salads" for the Meal/Course. After clicking search, I had 11 results but not the recipe from the magazine.