SPOTLIGHT ON FIVE FALL COOKING MAGAZINES

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Cook’s Country September 2015

Cover Feature: Big Berry Scones.
Trending: Pork with recipes and information for Kentucky BBQ Pork Steaks and Slow-Cooker Pork Carnitas and at least two other pork recipes.
Inside: What Caught My Eye – Five Easy Recipes for Potato Salads. I haven’t had thousand island dressing all summer, and there is a suggestion for Thousand Island Potato Salad with ketchup, brown sugar and mayo-style dressing.
How to: Make a Frittata.
Roundup: Lots of info and recipes for its size.

Food and Wine September 2015

Cover Feature: Mexico City’s best guacamole and 2015 Travel Poll Winners.
Trending: Travel, Mexican style recipes:tortilla, guacamole, tacos, quesadilla and Pork: ribs, chops, pork belly.
Inside: What Caught My Eye – Most Up and Coming Restaurant City – Charleston –up and coming chefs and their restaurants: Fig, Parlor Deluxe, Mercantile and Mash, 482 and Cannon Green. Maybe I’ll be there next week.
Roundup: If you like Mexican food, this issue is for you.

Cooking Light October, 2015

Cover Feature: Chili Seven Ways
Trending:Vegetables – squash, spinach, beets, kale, vegetable combos.
Inside: What Caught My Eye: Turkey Tetrazzini under five hundred calories, Hash Recipes and Great beef recipes from sirloin to shorts ribs to flat iron steak.
How-To: Chicken Jardiniere with Jacques Pepin
Roundup: This issue is full of good food.

Bon Appetit September 2015

Cover Feature: Best New Restaurants! Recipes from America’s Top Kitchens
Trending: Lettuce gets younger and younger, but I like it. Asian Dishes.
Inside: What Caught My Eye: Rotisserie Meats and Sandwiches. Buy the brisket and the bread. Don’t cook. OR…Try smoked fish, whipped burrata and fresh bread with those young greens.
How-To: Plate Like A Pro: Very artsy. Where’s the food? What’s the food?
Roundup: Pages are so busy it’s hard to focus, so glossy it’s hard to read. My eyes are tired from trying to find the info.

Eating Well September-October, 2015 I Pad issue.

Cover Feature: Beets, Comfort Food and 5 Chicken Soups for Your Soul
Trending: Vegetables, leafy greens
Inside: What Caught My Eye: Spanakopita Loaded Potatoes. Top that baked potato with spinach, garlic, cream cheese and feta.
How-To: Variations on chicken soup.
Round-up: Strong food writing: essays you are glad you read. Meet people that care about good food.

Each of these issues offers much more than my highlights indicate. Pages burst with colorful essays, recipes, pictures and features, a cornicopia of goodness.

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