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What You'll Get
Food and wine make a fitting, harmonious duo, unlike oil and water, cats and dogs, and hugs and restraining orders. Become immersed in the tastiest of unity tandems with today's Groupon: for $20, you get two cookbooks, including Best of the Best Cookbook Recipes Volume 13 (a $29.95 value) and Food & Wine Fast (a $9.99 value), from Food & Wine magazine (a $39.94 total value).
Food & Wine's palate-pairing publications bind a bounty of acclaimed recipes and cutting-edge concoctions in a duo of informative and colorful cookbooks. The magazine's expert editors choose the tastiest items from the year's best meal manuals to feature in Best of the Best Cookbook Recipes, populating its 270 pages with more than 100 recipes from gourmet gurus such as Bobby Flay, Emeril Lagasse, and Paula Wolfert. The book culls more than 20 brand-new recipes from the magazine's authors, including a range of recipes for every course, occasion, and houseguest resembling a Julia Child mannequin.
For quicker concoctions, Food & Wine Fast congregates more than 150 recipes that can be prepared in 30 minutes or fewer. From morning meals to decadent desserts, the recipe roundup curbs impatient cravings alongside 48 vibrant images of finished entrees and broccoli stalks walking down the runway.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. US residents only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About <i>Food & Wine</i> and <i>Travel + Leisure</i> Magazines
Food & Wine magazine has drawn editor-in-chief Dana Cowin's expertise of all things edible for 17 years. The monthly publication introduces readers to unique ingredients and up-and-coming chefs, as well as home-entertainment tips and wine-pairing advice. Restaurant reviews suggest new eateries to try when you don't want to dirty your dishes or attempt to pronounce “worcestershire sauce,” and articles about international food provide constant culinary inspiration.
"Travel + Leisure is a celebration of travel," says editor-in-chief Nancy Novogrod. Browsing the magazine's table of contents reveals the truth of this statement; an affection for the road shines through in articles about domestic and international destinations, tech tips for sightseers, and glossy photos of stunning locales. Writers bring to life seasonal festivities around the world and weigh in on the best hotels, resorts, and wax museums with unobservant guards. Themes covered include adventure vacations, eco-travel, and kid-friendly trips.