Yum Food & Fun Magazine: Grown-Up Version Just as Enjoyable as Its Kid-Friendly Counterpart

yumfoodandfun_november2010.jpgAfter familiarizing myself with Yum Food & Fun for Kids magazine and falling in love with it, I decided to turn my attention to an issue of Yum Food & Fun magazine–the grown-up version. The November issue is only the third issue, and I’m a little bit sad that I somehow missed the first two.

This issue is primarily focused on Thanksgiving, so there are a lot of family-pleasing comfort food recipes from which to choose. And it seems there are just as many features as recipes and photos. The photos, by the way, are stunning.

Here are some of the can’t-miss items inside:

  • “The Ultimate Planning Guide” includes tips for serving friends and family your best turkey ever, as well as a checklist and timeline for making the most of your time leading up to the Thanksgiving feast. From chilling the wine to cleaning the linens, everything is covered.

  • “Few in 5″ looks as if it may be a regular feature in the “Nibbles” department. And this one is definitely one I’m going to try: It’s a beautiful Fresh Herb Butter. A perfect complement to crackers, bread or a freshly grilled steak, this looks like its one of those easy yet special touches that’s sure to be a hit.
  • And don’t think that a plain ol’ turkey sandwich made from leftovers will do this year. Oh no. Use any leftovers to create Individual Turkey Pot Pies, Turkey Tacos or Turkey Gumbo. Recipes are all inside.
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About Summer Huggins

Summer Huggins is an amateur photographer, dog-lover, cupcake-eater and shoe-shopper in Austin, Texas. She loves to travel, cook and take in a good movie, and she volunteers with a local pet-rescue organization as a photographer and dog-walker.

  • http://twitter.com/frenchgarden FrenchGardenHouse

    It’s a fabulous issue, isn’t it?? Love it. The photos are gorgeous, and the recipes divine. Lidy

  • http://twitter.com/SummerH Summer Huggins

    Yeah, the photos alone are enough to make me subscribe. The great recipes are just gravy. Mmmmm, gravy…