I really love Saveur for its longer-form narrative and international pieces and I think Food and Wine is a great resource for solid dessert and cocktail recipes. I turn to the highly visual Fine Cooking which is fantastic for basic and revamped standards. Then there's Lucky Peach. I really want to like Lucky Peach. I appreciate the design and irreverence of it, but I'm not quite sure I totally get it just yet (do you?). Gastronomica is a great brainy food read with poetry, fiction, and original artwork. Remedy Quarterly is a sweet publication that blends recipes, neat design, and shorter form pieces within the umbrella of a theme each issue.
There are many, many more we could discuss. Some mainstream, others small and independant. But I'd really love to know which food magazines you enjoy reading enough to actually subscribe to them. Do you find yourself reading food content online more than in print these days?
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