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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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Dining at Savannah’s Local 11Ten Is a Delicious Way to Eat Local

These days, we’re putting greater emphasis on doing what’s best for our health and the environment, and one of the eating trends gaining in popularity that can do both is seeking out locally grown foods. A growing n...
by Michelle Ryan
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Everyday Food Magazine a “Good Thing” in a Small Package

Having been a subscriber to Martha Stewart Living magazine for several months, I expected more of the same when I signed up for its sister publication, Everyday Food magazine. In other words, a solid smattering of topics rangin...
by Michelle Ryan
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Six September Food Magazine Covers That (Almost Too) Subtly Welcome Fall

In the Deep South, it will be awhile before the leaves start changing colors, and I think some food and cooking magazine editors may have taken note. After seeing several September covers roll through my mailbox, I’m noti...
by Michelle Ryan
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Rhubarbs Pack a Different Punch in Cooking With Paula Deen and Vegetarian Times

Cooking With Paula Deen and Vegetarian Times magazines couldn’t be more different if they tried, so it was interesting to see how their latest issues took on the same subject: rhubarb. Part fruit, part vegetable (at least...
by Michelle Ryan
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