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Everyday Food Cooking Magazine

I love cookbooks and cooking magazines. I enjoy finding recipes online, but there is something about cookbooks and cooking magazines that I enjoy more. I can spend hours looking at them.

Several years ago I subscribed to Martha Stewart Everyday Food. I guess it was more than a few years ago because it was when the magazine first came out in 2003. I subscribed for two years and then quit getting it. I found at the time that I did not use it much. My cooking was quite a bit different then.

Over the last few years my cooking has changed a lot as I have tried to cook healthier and use less packaged foods. I am using more real food now. So, last year when I was able to get an Everyday Food subscription for a really good price, I decided to give it a try again.

Now I am wondering why I ever stopped subscribing. I have found so many recipes in it. It is becoming one of my favorite food magazines. I have been enjoying it so much that I wished I had some of the years that I did not subscribe to it.

I decided to watch Ebay to see if anyone would list some of the past issues. I was very happy to find that someone had listed a set of 28 issues and for a good price. I was the only person bidding and I won all the issues in the picture above. Only two of the issues were ones I already. I am so happy to add to my collection. Now I have a lot more recipes to try and share with you.

I really wish they would put together an annual cookbook for this magazine, like so many other food magazines do, but for now I will enjoy my magazine collection of Everyday Food.

Do you have a favorite cooking magazine? If so what is it?

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  1. I love Everyday Food and have been a subscriber for about 3 years now. I also really like Everyday with Rachael Ray.

  2. I love the Taste of Home magazines and currently subscribe to Taste of Home and Simple and Delicious.

  3. My favourite cooking and life magazine would be Canadian Living. Its been around my house since I was little, and theres just something about it that feels like home. And recently, they’ve been including more and more GF stuff, so that doesn’t hurt!

  4. Definitely Everday Food, Taste of Home (especially the special issues, like Christmas, etc), and Canadian Living too. I like the annual cookbook that Better Homes & Gardens puts out too.

  5. My favorites would be Cook’s Illustrated and Cook’s Country. I love the way they scientifically test the recipes and their directions are very precise so I’m less likely to mess it up because I misunderstood something.

  6. Julie @ Life Domestic says

    What a neat idea on how to get favorite magazines! I have never checked out that particular magazine but will be sure to now. I love finding new recipes to try. I am enjoying your site.

  7. My favorites are “Taste of Home” and “Cook’s Country”. I have quite a collection of cookbooks and cooking magazines… Love them!

  8. Cooking Light! It contains recipes that are almost always completely from scratch. The recipes even use real butter and eggs most of the time. They have just been adjusted to be lighter and healthier than typical. The magazines contain a mix of fancy and simple meals, as well as sweet treats and breads.

  9. What a great idea to get magazines! I like to watch Amazon’s magazine subscription specials and only subscribe to magazines that I can get for $5/year or less. I think I am getting about 8 different magazines right now. For cooking I have really been enjoying Southern Living, which is funny because I live in the Mid-West 🙂

  10. You may just be my new best friend! I’m trying to find the fish and chips recipe in a recent issue (I don’t subscribe, but saw it in a doctor’s office waiting room — should have torn it out!). I think it was Oct, or Nov. The “chips” were made with red fingerling potatoes. I’d appreciate any help.

    • @shannon, I looked through my sept, oct, nov, and dec of the issues of this year and could not find it. Could it have been an older issue than that? And have you checked Martha’s website, they post a lot of the recipes on it? Maybe if you can tell me more about the recipe or the exact title I might be able to help more. Sorry.

  11. Thank you so much for your efforts! This morning, I found it — and, dumb me, it was Food NETWORK magazine. Sorry for sending you on a wild goose chase.

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