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    Cottage Living
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    and I got an offer for a new one that I might try called "Cook's Country".

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    The New Yorker
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    I don't subscribe to ANY cooking magazines because I'd never throw them away. Now, I only allow myself to buy "special occasion" magazines like Christmas Cookie and Holiday recipe ones.

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    And maybe a half-dozen magazines related to my job
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    National Geographic
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    Reader's Digest
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    There's probably a couple more that I'm forgetting about too; I read a LOT!
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    Sports Illustrated (My hubby's but I read it.)

    My kids get Sesame Street Magazine. I have to read it whether I want to or not!
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    I'm loving Cook's Country, just sent in for a subscription. They have no ads because they test gadgets and products and give their recommendations. The issue I have had reviews of different brands of Italian salad dressings, blenders, and a couple of gadgets I've never even heard of. Great recipes too.

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    Magazines? (w/ homework help)

    What magazines do you read and why? I know magazines may have lost some steam with all the web-zines around, but they're still around.

    I personally read Nintendo Power to keep up Nintendo news all in one place, the mini-walkthroughs, and the occasional bonus item.
    Also, Entertainment Weekly for the scathing Pop Culture wit, but also movie reviews and charts for movies box office, dvd sales, music, tv ratings, and of course reality commentary, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marleybone View Post
    I'm loving Cook's Country, just sent in for a subscription. They have no ads because they test gadgets and products and give their recommendations. The issue I have had reviews of different brands of Italian salad dressings, blenders, and a couple of gadgets I've never even heard of. Great recipes too.
    I've seen a couple issues of the companion magazine, Cook's Illustrated and really liked it. It sounds like it is a similar format, but has a slightly different target audience. The same people also produce "America's Test Kitchen" on PBS--it's definitely worth checking to see if your local PBS affiliate carries it!
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    I don't subscribe to them anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newfherder View Post
    I've seen a couple issues of the companion magazine, Cook's Illustrated and really liked it. It sounds like it is a similar format, but has a slightly different target audience. The same people also produce "America's Test Kitchen" on PBS--it's definitely worth checking to see if your local PBS affiliate carries it!
    Newf - my mom subscribed to CI and she enjoyed it. When she was done and photocopied the recipes she liked, we sold them on ebay (we, meaning me. LOL)

    Anyway...if you want to get CI without subscribing, try ebay. In fact, lots of people sell old issues of magazines - I sold a ton of my own scrapbooking magazines.

    As for me, my household gets: Reader's Digest, TVGuide, Highlights, Your Big Backyard (both for my 7 year old) and Family Handyman (SO not for me. LOL)

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