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September 26, 2012

Why You Should Be Reading Food & Wine Magazine

Food and Wine magazine October 2012If you’re not a Food & Wine magazine subscriber yet, here’s why you should be. And if you act fast, you can get 12 issues for just $6.

With plenty of magazines available about food or wine or both, why choose Food & Wine over the rest? Sure, it may be perceived as a luxury title reserved for the well-to-do, but you may be surprised at just how accessible it is.

Even still, there’s something about Food & Wine that immediately adds a touch of sophistication to your coffee table or kitchen. Maybe it’s the understated elegance with which it approaches its content or maybe it’s the wealth of wine knowledge that makes it seem a cut above.

In any case, these are a few reasons why you should be reading it.

Recipes: Food & Wine’s mix of recipes ranges from the gourmet to classic favorites, but all are simplified for today’s busy lifestyle. Whatever your skill, you’ll find something you’ll feel comfortable making—or encourage you to the next level.

Travel: Food—and wine—goes hand in hand with travel, and the magazine takes you to the destinations where relaxation and culinary excellence meet. It’s helpful advice whether you’re planning a getaway or just want to daydream about one.

Wine: This is an obvious reason, but it’s an important one even though the subject doesn’t dominate the magazine’s content. If you want to grow your knowledge about wine, it’s explored and presented here in a non-intimidating way.

Wine Pairing: Enhance your developing sense of wine with the extensive pairing guide in every issue that features recommendations for each recipe. Even better, the magazine provides picks that can fit any budget.

6-Hour Only Deal: Until 3 p.m. CDT today only, enjoy a one-year subscription to Food & Wine magazine for only $6. That’s 90 percent off the newsstand price!



About the Author

Michelle Ryan
Michelle Ryan
Michelle Ryan is obsessed with good food, great shoes and Alabama football way down South in Savannah, Georgia. She hasn’t met a kitchen gadget she hasn’t at least thought about buying (trying them is another story) and devotes her time to Bikram Yoga, baking and trying to overcome long-held finicky eating habits.