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Old 08-13-2009, 05:39 PM   #1
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Cooking Magazine Decisions

For those of you unsure of what cooking magazine to buy, here are two websites that might be of some help.

www.projectfoodie.com

www.tastebook.com

Both have links and/or recipes from various magazines. Project Foodie also has some links to The Food Network, a few newspapers, and cookbooks.

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i checked out the food network magazine. i thought at 15:00 it was a bit to expensive.
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Old 08-13-2009, 07:35 PM   #3
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you can probably get most of the recipes for that magazine from projectfoodie.
the only drawback I see (though I haven't done much research) is that projectfoodie doesn't have the articles from the mags and possibly not all the recipes, though not sure on that.

Food Network was $15 a year? How many times a year does it come out?
Some friends in my cookbook collecting group get it and seem to like it. I don't think anyone there has said anything against it....
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you can probably get most of the recipes for that magazine from projectfoodie.
the only drawback I see (though I haven't done much research) is that projectfoodie doesn't have the articles from the mags and possibly not all the recipes, though not sure on that.

Food Network was $15 a year? How many times a year does it come out?
Some friends in my cookbook collecting group get it and seem to like it. I don't think anyone there has said anything against it....
no i like it , just think it is too expensive for what it is. my granddaughter loved my trial issue. maybe will get and pass on to her. then won't mind the price so much.
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