Cook's Country Magazine
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About Cook's Country
Content in the magazine focuses heavily on recipes, with at least 15 full-page features or spreads for each. Regular sections in every issue of Cook's Country include: "Kitchen Shortcuts," practical time-saving or cost-cutting tips; "Getting to Know," information about using or buying a featured product or ingredient; "Cooking Class," step-by-step instruction in various cooking techniques; "Cooking for Two," a featured recipe that makes just enough for two; "Recipe Makeover," which takes a classic dish and makes it over with a unique twist; "Five Easy Recipes," a collection of easy recipes that share one common ingredient; "Equipment Review," products and tools put to the test; "Taste Test," editors sample and recommend store-bought items in various categories; "Looking for a Recipe," readers enlist the help of others to find a recipe from a past issue; and "The Great American Cake," which highlights a spectacular cake and how to make it.
During the year, the magazine may devote space to seasonal recipes, such as those that use in-season produce or those associated with holidays like Thanksgiving or Christmas. Each issue of Cook's Country is ad-free.
Cooks who want to learn how to perfect their favorite dishes would enjoy a subscription to Cook's Country magazine!
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I love Cook's Country magazine and Cook's Illustrated magazine. Both are well written and interesting, however, Cook's Country has recipes that an average person could make at home, without fancy ingredients. There is something of interest in every edition. I keep my issues of both magazines for years and actually refer to them often. A wonderful gift.
I love Cook's Country magazine! Even my husband reads every issue! I use tons of the recipes and love to pull out my back issues when looking for inspiration. I love the pictures and the variety of meals. The articles explain the recipe creation process and talk about good/bad substitutions. Their product reviews are very helpful and I trust the info they provide. This is the Consumer Report of cooking magazines!
Cook's Country magazine explains why they prepared the food as they did and then gives recipes. One of the best magazines I get.
Cook's Country is a good magazine with lots of pictures and helpful information.
I love this magazine! The recipes are appetizing and tasty, no odd ingredients required. I like the reviews of products and kitchen tools/cookware, and especially the lost recipes feature. I like that they work out all the kinks in a recipe, creating multiple versions until it's perfect. I've made many meals from this magazine, all delicious! The design of the magazine is uncluttered, typefaces easy to read...when I'm trying to follow a recipe, I don't want to have the type printed over a picture of food for art's sake...it's a recipe, not a masterpiece. Gourmet should take notes! No ads inside the magazine-love that! Nothing is worse than having a million ads with recipes printed on the back. There are ads on the mailing cover only. The recipe cards are great for quick meals but I don't use them often.