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What Was Your Favorite Food Magazine of 2009?

While it's true that my computer often joins me in the kitchen, I still can't do without food magazines. If it weren't for the likes of Bon Appétit arriving monthly, there would only be bills in my mailbox! There's nothing like a glossy magazine filled with stunning photography, fresh new recipes, and holiday entertaining tips. What food magazine inspires you the most? Did we leave out the food magazine that tops your list? Then join our Best of 2009 group in the YumSugar Community and share it with us. Don't forget to vote on all our Best of 2009 polls!

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debs913 debs913 7 years
Cook's illustrated! Then Cook's Country.
4evrfuzzy 4evrfuzzy 7 years
Cooks Illustrate DEFINITELY! I'm obsessed with it, and there sister publication, Entertaining.
SweetNGlow SweetNGlow 7 years
My favorite, Clean Eating, is not on the list!
smozark smozark 7 years
Definitely Cook's Illustrated and Fine Cooking, but I voted for Gourmet because I'm heartbroken that 1)it's cancelled and 2) I didn't get my hands on the final issue before it disappeared. Le sigh.
Soniabonya Soniabonya 7 years
I didn't really get any magazines this year. I grab whatever looks good on the rack :) Though last year my friend raved about vegetarian times.
partysugar partysugar 7 years
I like Food & Wine!
MénagèreModerne MénagèreModerne 7 years
I absolutely love Saveur. Their breakfast issue was the best issue ever!
finbar-devine finbar-devine 7 years
My favorite is Cook's Magazine, which you don't list.
mommie mommie 7 years
Fine Cooking and Cook's Illustrated more than Gourmet that I voted for.
Calster Calster 7 years
While I do love Food & Wine, this year some of their issues have been filled with "specialty item" recipes. So Cook's Illustrated gets my vote.
Spectra Spectra 7 years
I love Food Network Magazine...the recipes are usually accessible and they always turn out great. I have made the sauerbraten recipe from the October issue probably 3 times already. My husband is absolutely obsessed with it. I also really like Bon Appetit, but I usually dismiss about half the recipes in it because they seem too "frou frou" for me.
Peggasus Peggasus 7 years
Yeah, why no Cook's Illustrated? That's mine too.
crochick crochick 7 years
Cooks Illustrated
fuzzles fuzzles 7 years
Alright. Which one of you let the Anonymous mime in the room? ;) I like the free publications that many of the local grocery stores put out. They feature in season foods as well as local products. Did I mention that they are free?
syako syako 7 years
Last year everybody raved about Cooking Light on these polls, so I asked for a subscription for Christmas, and while I've found a few recipes that I like a lot, overall it's been a bit of a disappointment. Trying their recipes is really hit or miss, and when it's a miss it's been really bad. :( So, I still love Rachael Ray's magazine the most. It's consistently good and love love her recipes.
syako syako 7 years
Last year everybody raved about Cooking Light on these polls, so I asked for a subscription for Christmas, and while I've found a few recipes that I like a lot, overall it's been a bit of a disappointment. Trying their recipes is really hit or miss, and when it's a miss it's been really bad. :(So, I still love Rachael Ray's magazine the most. It's consistently good and love love her recipes.
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