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bonappetit_august2010

Five August Food Magazine Covers That Aren’t Asleep at the (Color) Wheel

A few weeks ago, blogging pal MiChelle Jones decoded this season’s “in” colors for Home MagaScene, at least if those home and lifestyle publications are to be believed. But after reading her post, I started ta...
by Michelle Ryan
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Is Food & Wine Magazine’s Annual May Travel Issue Cover Its Go-To Vintage?

Longtime readers of Food & Wine magazine–or at least subscribers since last May–might have done a double-take when the May 2011 issue arrived in their mailboxes. The cover’s cobalt blue plate, lighter blue...
by Michelle Ryan
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foodandwine_jan2011

The Next Big Thing(s): Food & Wine Magazine Taps the Year’s Must-Try Trends

The most entrepreneurial, most cutting edge or just plain curious among us are always on the lookout for the next big idea. Kudos if we can actually come up with one ourselves. But if you’re a planner, Food & Wine mag...
by Michelle Ryan
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Social Studies: How Food & Wine, Eating Well Magazines Get Readers Involved

In an earlier post, I bragged about how Food & Wine magazine successfully paired itself with a social media promotion involving Tyler Florence posting photos of his new recipes on Twitter, then allowing reader votes to dete...
by Michelle Ryan
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Cheers to America: Food & Wine Magazine Toasts the Best Local Brews in All 50 States

Planning on visiting all 50 states? How about drinking in them as well? Food & Wine magazine took a break in its June issue from its nearly all-vino focus to put together an imbiber’s bucket list of the best local bre...
by Michelle Ryan
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everydayrachaelray_june2010

Cooking for You and Your Furry Friend Too

You could say I’m a dog lover. I’ve helped take care of several family pets over the years. I’ve fallen in love with them, treasured their companionship and deeply mourned their passing. I’ve had many a ...
by Michelle Ryan
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