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Go Midwest, Young (Hungry) Man! Midwest Living Magazine Names Top Food Towns

I’ll admit it. I love lists. Top five this, top 10 that – especially when it comes to food. So when Midwest Living magazine named its top food towns, I had to check it out. In its annual Best of the Midwest issue, M...
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Don’t Judge May’s Vegetarian Times, Food and Wine By Their Very Similar Covers

The featured dishes, the colors, even the placement of the elements make the May covers of Vegetarian Times and Food and Wine magazines nearly identical. Having already seen the cover of the latter, I had to do a double-take wh...
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Better Homes and Gardens Favors Practical Approach to Cooking

In 1922, the publication that would become Better Homes and Gardens magazine published its first issue. Today, nearly 90 years later, the title remains as relevant as ever. Packed with tips for the cost-conscious shopper and fo...
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Cooking With Paula Deen Ain’t All Butter-Smothered and Deep Fried, Y’all

The signature “Hey, y’all” greeting drawl and unabashed cooking love affair with butter synonymous with Southern cook, restaurateur, author and Emmy Award-winning television personality Paula Deen is carried t...
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Cooking Light Magazine a Guilt-Free Dish Rich in Healthy Choices

One of the most decorated food and fitness publications, Cooking Light magazine has taken a different approach since its inception in 1987. And it’s no doubt that relying on registered dieticians to take the editorial lea...
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Bon Appétit Presents Cooking, Dining as Enjoyable Work of Art

Pull up a chair, settle in and prepare for a palatable experience. That’s the message from Bon Appétit magazine, highly regarded for its artistic photography and accessible gourmet recipes that are typically recommended ...
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