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- One-Year Magazine Subscription (Multiple Titles Available)
Food Network Magazine
Much like its television counterpart, Food Network Magazine helps home cooks masterfully navigate the kitchen. Next to vibrant, mouthwatering photos of grilled entrees and enticing desserts, readers will find articles on new restaurants and useful culinary tools, as well as inventive recipes and tips for entertaining. The pages are also filled with plenty of Food Network talent, including behind-the-scenes looks at the programs and kitchens of chefs such as Alton Brown, Bobby Flay, and Nigella Lawson. This unprecedented access has not only earned the magazine new readers, but an induction into the Culinary Hall of Fame.
If readers had to describe each of the Seven Sisters_a group of magazines written for married women and mothers_they would describe Good Housekeeping as the wise, reliable older sister who lets everyone borrow her clothes and always has a trick for getting pesky stains out of garments. A veritable how-to guide to the domestic realm, each edition is full of innovative, triple-tested recipes, decorating and storage solutions, and practical relationship and parenting advice. In order for featured products to earn the magazine’s coveted Seal of Approval, they must be thoroughly tested by the Good Housekeeping Research Institute. So when readers see that seal, they can purchase the product with the confidence that is fully tested and recommended by the magazine.
Just as some fashions never go out of style, so to it seems some home fashion magazines always stay at the head of their class. Founded more than 100 years ago in 1896, House Beautiful is the oldest still-published home design and d_cor periodical in the United States. Readers flip through each issue’s pages to find a bounty of practical decorating ideas, color-coordinating tips, kitchen layouts, and other insights to help them transform their own living spaces into the home of their dreams.
O, the Oprah Magazine
O arrives inside subscribers’ mailboxes each month brimming with content approved by Oprah herself. The magazine showcases a range of articles that cover all of life’s facets: health, relationships, fashion, literature, food, entertainment, and world-domination etiquette. Oprah recruited a ragtag group of underdogs_including Nate Berkus, Suze Orman, and Dr. Oz_to contribute self-bettering pieces to her monthly tome. Like its talk-show predecessor, O also recommends products to beautify and gadgets to simplify, as well as books that Oprah and her band of pals think pass the Queen of Daytime’s muster.
While many short-lived magazines publish articles on topical issues that won’t matter in a few years, magazines like Woman’s Day thrive for decades by covering timeless topics and offering reliable advice to earn the loyalty of readers. Since publishing its first edition on October 7th, 1937, Woman’s Day has been producing monthly issues that fill newsstands with stories about the things that matter most in many people’s lives. Health topics, recipes, style insights, and money advice often grace the pages, as well as regularly appearing sections on travel and sweepstakes.
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About Hearst Magazines
Each month, Hearst Magazines disseminates glossy periodicals packed with insightful columns, informative features, and vivid graphics to keep readers hip to trends in fashion, automotives, and the domestic sphere. Between the pages of Esquire, for example, gents scan celebrity interviews and glean cocktail recipes. Homeowners and hopeful homeowners find inspiration between the pages of ELLE Decor and House Beautiful, while car buffs ogle aerodynamic centerfolds in Road & Track. Lifestyle magazines such as Redbook deal advice on scores of quotidian topics, from work and parenting to clothes and health. Geared toward the younger set, magazines such as Cosmopolitan reveal tips on beauty and fashion.