questionsany recommendations for good cooking magazines?

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Taste of Home is excellent!

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My suggestion would be to go to a bookstore like Barnes and Noble (they're still in business, right?) and check out the various cooking magazines there. Different magazines may be more suited to her style of cooking. The magazine I would personally recommend may not be the same kind of cooking that she would be interested in.

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Cook's Illustrated. /thread

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I like Vegetarian Times & Cooking Light. I got them both at discounted prices and keep renewing. The Rachel Ray is not my favorite. I tend to toss it aside when it comes.
Taste of Home is good, but it's only 6 issues a year.
I get Bon Appetit, too. It's a great read and has tons of recipes & how to do its. Usually, it's holiday issues can't be beat. I would subscribe solely for those.

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I have definitely cutback on magazine subscriptions over the past few years. I have kept many subscriptions, but I typically read the magazines articles from as food, light cooking online. A lot of folks are reading articles through a newsreader or subscription on their tablet.

However, I'm definitely tempted to sign-up for the cable TV show tie-in magazines. Watch the the shows then read more about behind the scenes and collect print copies of the receipts.

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Bon Appetite is a great read with excellent recipes. It occasionally can be had for around $5/year. Keep your eyes open for it. Not sure if this is still active.
Clean Eating is another great one. Almost never on sale though.
Penzey's spices catalogue is FREE and always has great recipes from readers.

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@jimmyd103: thanks, I couldn't get that deal to work, but this one is still active (in case anyone else is interested)

http://deals.woot.com/deals/details/99060a84-e6f3-4345-adee-0e4dbde4154a/bon-appetit-magazine-1yr-subscription#0

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Saveur is very good, as has been mentioned Bon Appetite very good but I disagree regarding Rachel Ray we like that magazine.

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thanks to posts in deals.woot :
i've got tasteofhome for $7 for 2 years (so six issues a year isn't a problem since it cover prices at 4.95 an issue).
i've got racheal ray for free.
i've got martha stewart living free.
i've got better homes and garden free (the articles are boring, but the receipes are good).
i've got racheal ray free.
i've got a few car/motorcycle mags for family free
i've got others that i don't even know
most of these were because someone posted a link to freebizmag.com with instructions on how to answer the questions. (sorry you gotta answer questions). also valuemags.com has some good offers. however the taste of home is because of tanga.com offer and a moderator here posting a code to get more than 3/4 off. (said moderator will post the code anytime one is offered. does anyone remember which mod it is?)

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I've always enjoyed Cooking Light magazine, though I've not had a subscription in years. They always had extremely tasty recipes (that helped me dazzle dinner guests!) that were low in fat/calories. Good stuff!

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I really like "Eating Well." It's fun to flip through, but you can go to their website and get all the recipes.

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I used to subscribe to Cooking Light as well. Great, tasty recipes, as well as good ideas that could be taken in other directions or adapted to your existing recipes.