Which Magazines Feature Technique?

Discussion in 'Cookbook Reviews' started by ericg, Jul 17, 2013.

  1. ericg

    ericg

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    Hi,

    Wondering what magazine is the most technique and execution heavy where I can really learn something as well as great recipes? any advice? please no modernist gastro mags please. Thanks 
     
  2. brianshaw

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    Fine Cooking, by Taunton Press.  Like all of the other "Fine ..." magazines it is top quality.  The often run articles that are basic technique, plus lots of options for flavor variations.  I've never had a recipe or technique from that magazine flop.
     
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    Bon Appetit' for sure!! Just had a great issue on 'pan roasting' that I couldn't put down. Totally can't wait for next issue!
     
  4. petemccracken

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    Pete, thanks for the link to FoodArts.

    Now I'd like to see a sample magazine of that.... site looked very good and interesting......
     
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    Without having read FOOD ARTS magazine, I've always liked FINE COOKING magazine always out on the shelves of your local grocery store.
     
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  7. andybbq

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    Cooks Illustrated

    online or on the magazine rack

    Also look online for their book  The Science of good cooking

    happy cooking leads to happy eating

    have fun

    andy