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Conde Nast to Launch Gourmet Recipe Magazine Series

Gourmet Returns With "Quick Kitchen" Cookbook Magazine

This morning, Condé Nast announced a new series of special issues of the now-defunct Gourmet magazine. Quite simply, the three "limited edition" mags will be a compilation of recipes pulled from the Gourmet archives.

The first to be released is Gourmet Quick Kitchen; it features 81 fast and easy recipes with new photos, tips, menu suggestions, and wine pairings. The 128-page tome will have no advertisements and was edited by a Gourmet editor, Kempe Minifie. The public will be able to pick up a copy of Gourmet Quick Kitchen for $10.99 at newsstands starting on September 7.

While I've definitely missed Gourmet, I'm not sure I see the point in the recipe booklets.

Aren't most of Gourmet's recipes online at Epicurious and Gourmet? Still, I'm sure I'll be checking it out. How about you? Would you buy a Gourmet magazine cookbook?

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