Friday, February 5, 2010

Gourmet Alternatives

When Conde Naste ceased publication of Gourmet in late 2009, many readers had to resort to other magazines to satisfy their culinary fix. A recent article highlighted some alternative titles to fill the void Gourmet left behind. The Magazines & Newspapers Center holds many titles mentioned in this article including Bon Appetit, Cook's Illustrated, Everyday Food, Fine Cooking, Food and Wine, and Saveur.

In addition, check out some of our past postings on indulging in the culinary arts: For time-tested recipes, look no further than Cook's Illustrated. Need recipes for different occasions? Go find your inner chef. Want to spice up your cooking? Try the Chile Pepper magazine. Planning to take the organic route and go green? Glean ideas from Vegetarian Times. Got some extra food from the holidays or a party? Explore what culinary magic you can conjure up from those leftovers.

The Magazines & Newspapers Center has plenty of Gourmet alternatives to satisfy your culinary interests, so come on by and let us help you find a magazine that suits your taste.

1 comment:

SF History Center Archivist said...

and remember, the San Francisco History Center features recipes from its collections on its blog, What's on the 6th floor--just search the tag "test kitchen"!