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everyday food - magazine v. cookbook

any everyday food magazine subscribers out there who have the cookbooks?  i am sorely in need of space on my cookbook shelf and am wondering if i'd do better to keep some of the issues i use a lot and pitch (recycle/donate) the rest and  get the cookbook(s).  the idea is appealing space-wise but i am afraid i'll regret it as i do use the magazine recipes as they come in.  we need to do a general book culling around here, which drew will fight me on tooth & nail, but that's another story.

tia, ladies!  and happy new year!!! 

great blasket island, co. kerry, ireland june 2011

Re: everyday food - magazine v. cookbook

  • Are you asking which magazines also have cook books? If so, Cooking Light( I just got Fast and Fresh for Christmas it is wonderful!) and Taste of Home. I know they both have several different cook books. HTH.
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  • I end up keeping a lot of my everyday food magazines...there is actually a lot in there I use. I do have the everyday food cookbook as well. And I like it for different reasons. If I get a magazine that only has a few things in it that I like, I will rip those out and save them and toss the rest of the magazine. I find that a lot of the cooking tips (not just the recipes) are helpful to keep
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  • I get the Everyday food magazine (though I find their recipes very hit or miss), rip out anything that interests me, and put them in these clear binder inserts in a 3 ring binder that I've categorized in a way that makes sense to me. I am not a magazine person but my mother insists on subscribing me to around 4 different magazines at a time. The stack of unread magazines was about knee-high before I finally broke down and got organized.

    Personally, I would rather have a cookbook, though I am moving away from those thanks to allrecipes.com. When I want to make something I do a search, order by reviews, and make whatever has hundreds of people giving it a 5 star. Every time I've done that I've wound up with a new favorite must-have recipe.

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