Hi, welcome to the question of the week, a new series here on Kitchen Serf.
This week’s question:
What’s Your Favorite Food Magazine?
But first, a confession.
I had to copy and paste this post over into google docs while I was writing it because I.Can’t.See.The.Eensy.Teensy.Font.In.Wordpress.
Probably there’s a way to enlarge it on my computer but I can’t figure it out.
I do know how to increase the font size in google docs and word to 200 percent, which helps me a ton.
How’s your eyesight?
Did you know that eating carrots to improve your eyesight is a myth? True dat.
Back to the question:
Why you ask?
On trend recipes
The Big Buy column, which details how to use up that bulk food purchase you’ve made at Sam’s Club or Costco.
But, the biggest reason Fine Cooking is my favorite is their approach to recipe writing.
The writers often provide a formula for the recipe being shared. So you can tweak it and make it your own.
If you’re familiar with Imo’s Pizza in my hometown of St. Louis, that’s a cracker like crust. It tastes a lot better than it sounds.
Or if there’s not a formula, there’s additional advice surrounding said recipe. Such as what side dish or beer or wine to serve with the recipe.
I also like Cook’s Illustrated for their scientific explanations behind a recipe and why it works and what a certain ingredient does for the dish.
What's your favorite cooking magazine? Have a great week!