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The Thin Ad Line: Pros and Cons for Food Magazine Advertorial and Content Marketing

As an admitted cookbook junkie, I tend to err on the side of the more the merrier when it comes to the number of recipes included in my favorite food magazines. But I can’t decide where to draw the line when it comes to a...
by Michelle Ryan
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My Clipped Recipe Awards: Top Magazines for the Cooking-Challenged

I’ll admit it. I’m not the best cook in the world. In fact, I hardly cook at all. I’ve used my Crock-Pot twice in the past eight years and the last time I fired up the stove was about three weeks ago–to ...
by Emily McMackin
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Rachael Ray vs. Good Housekeeping: Bad Journalism or Something More?

By now you may have read that perky celebrity chef Rachael Ray isn’t so thrilled with being a cover girl. Not for any other magazine than her own, that is. So when Good Housekeeping magazine sprung the surprise that she w...
by Michelle Ryan
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New Questions: What Does Oily Gulf Mean to Future of Already Changing Seafood Market?

Being a Gulf Coast gal, I’ve tried to keep up with the progress of capping the oil leak that’s been spewing thousands of gallons into part of the natural habitat that I dearly love and still consider home. Slick bal...
by Michelle Ryan
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Food With a Cause: Southern Living’s Should-Be New Magazine Feature

One of my new favorite should-be “sections” in Southern Living magazine is not really a section at all. It’s what I like to call the “food with a cause” feature, and it shows the positive, fulfilli...
by Michelle Ryan
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Bon Appétit Magazine Serves Exotic Tastes, But Saveur Takes You There

A feast for the eyes and an awakening of the senses, Bon Appétit magazine lives up to the English translation of its title: “Enjoy your meal.” Everything from its R.S.V.P. section with readers’ favorite resta...
by Michelle Ryan
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