Megan Myers

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May 23, 2012 @ Whole Story
One of the great things about summer foods is eating with your hands. Here are some recipes that’ll help take you from Memorial Day to Labor Day, no forks required.
May 20, 2012 @ Whole Story
It’s almost Memorial Day, and you know what that means – a string of parties, picnics and potlucks that only begins to subside in September. But don’t let that stress you out. I’m certainly not complaining. I love spending an afternoon or evening with my friends, relaxing and enjoying the company and delicious fare.
May 16, 2012 @ Whole Story
With the fast approach of school’s end and summer’s start, one thing you don’t want to worry about is how to balance your grocery budget to keep up with the onslaught of cookouts, sleepovers and just plain hungry kids. But don’t fret – in the latest issue of The Whole Deal value guide, we’ve got recipes galore to keep mealtime simple, delicious and easy on the wallet.
May 12, 2012 @ Whole Story
May is Celiac Awareness Month! Whether you’re gluten free or just grain conscious, these recipes are sure to please.
May 8, 2012 @ Whole Story
I often turn to dinner recipes that make plenty of leftovers. By packaging single servings into reusable containers, I can be sure everyone has a nourishing, homemade meal at lunchtime.
May 4, 2012 @ Whole Story
We’re excited to announce that Whole Trade® Francique mangoes are in season and in stores!
April 28, 2012 @ Whole Story
Even if you can’t claim any Mexican heritage, Cinco de Mayo is the perfect warm-up to the start of the grilling and patio-party season.

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Megan’s love affair with food began with clipping recipes from coupon circulars at a young age and forcing the results on her family. After earning a BA in journalism, she moved to Austin, Texas, and dove headfirst into the world of cooking and blogging about local food. She has worked as a copyeditor for almost ten years, and has contributed to Edible Austin and the international blog Simple Bites. In her spare time she gardens, teaches her son about food, and co-organizes a handmade food swap.