I was looking through the current issue of Everyday Food on the way to the Farmer's Market on Saturday when I saw that they had published a second cookbook. I nearly jumped out of my seat startling Dave and the children.
I adore everything about this magazine. I use their original cookbook nearly every single week. It is by far my favorite one in my collection. I am crazy about it because the recipes are fairly simple, they do use everyday foods but add a few key ingredients like lemon zest or cilantro to make the dish mouthwatering and fabulous. I must have tried at least 50 if not more of their recipes and have only been disappointed with a few. Some of the recipes like their turkey burgers have become our family regulars showing up at least once a month in our menu plans.
My day was complete when we found the book at Coscto for $14.99
I am really looking forward to diving into this book and planning our meals around their recipes. They decided to go with a different format than with the original book. The original was broken up into seasons. I loved opening the Spring section and planning my meals. Now I have to instead look through main course and then go to the side dish section. It is still packed with beautiful photographs and pretty effortless recipes.
My friend Guusje told me a couple weeks ago about an App for Everyday Food. I finally bought it today for .99 cents.
The last Everyday Food bit of news to share is that in this month's issue offers a subscription card that not only gives you Everyday Food Magazine but also Body + Soul for only $12.00. They are also going to send 2 grocery totes as a bonus with my subscription. That equals to .60 cents an issue. Personally I've yet to see a lower price on these two magazines. I filled out the subscription card in the car and had Dave make a small detour to the post office.
If you like to get inexpensive magazines, keep an eye on Savings With Amy blog or follow her on Twitter. Amy alerted me to an offer subscription for Everyday with Rachel Ray for $3.50 last week. Amy also has the latest on many discounts and coupons. It kind of makes your frugal head spin with excitement.
Do you have a favorite coupon or deal blog or website?