This month's FOOD (Martha Stewart's) Magazine

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    This month's FOOD (Martha Stewart's) Magazine

    If you don't subscribe, this is one to buy off the stands.  It has delectible sounding summer veggie recipes that I can't wait to make with the proceeds of our garden.

    And, I made the sloppy joe recipe in it (Emeril contributed it), and it was a much improved blast from the past.  DH and I both loved them.  However, be aware that it says 30 minutes, but it took 40 just to reduce it to a point where it wasn't too runny.  I'd say allow an hour for the whole process.

    I made the pesto in there today and am planning to make the pesto chicken/chick pea salad also in the same magazine for dinner tonight with whole wheat rotini underneath (also doused in pesto).  I used walnuts and 1/2 cup of parsley instead of all basil as well as doubling the cheese.  Yummy.  Very yummy.
     
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    Re: This month's FOOD (Martha Stewart's) Magazine

    Thanks for the tip, Kar. I used to subscribe, but I found after a while, there were lots of repeat recipes with different names. Now I go to B&N - look through MS's mags, and if there is anything of interest, I will buy them. Sometimes, I will just jut down a recipe or two. Works for me. Her magazines are quite expensive IMO.
    I change my subscription between Woman's Day and Family Circle to get their recipes. They repeat too. Besides in any magazine - the advertisements take over most of the pages. Not much real "content". But for $10/year - I can deal with that.
     
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    Re: This month's FOOD (Martha Stewart's) Magazine

    Mine was a gift so I actually have no idea how much it costs!
     
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