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Friday
Nov302012

Farewell, Everyday Food

Today is a sad day at Hungry Sam. Everyday Food magazine--the small monthly full of cooking tips, recipe ideas, and quick and cheap but gourmet meals--is no more.

One of my several Everyday Food-inspired recipes

Yes, some exec at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (I'll just refer to this person as "Brutus" from here on out) hath stabb'd my poor sweet inspiration. I almost feel as it were doomsday.

I'm genuinely bummed. I can only hope THIS Brutus has some measure of the regret his predecessor felt (no running into swords, though, please).

I will say the last issue looks awesome--quite the swan song--so I'd encourage you to pick up a copy if you see it at grocery store checkout aisles. Just a preview of some of the great recipes in the last edition: Homemade Marinara five ways; non-deep-fried Sweet and Sour Chicken; and Chicken and Artichoke Lasagna. All with pretty pictures.

(Also, I promise they've never given me anything--this is just love and respect for a nice, unpretentious little magazine.)

Anyways, for the Hungry Sam tribute to the sweet demise of this fun magazine, here's a list of a few of my recipes and posts that were at least inspired by Everyday Food:

Spanish Paprika Turkey Meatloaf

Pineapple and Ginger-Infused Rum

Mustard and Caper Pan-Seared Salmon

Homemade Crepes

Lemon-Nutmeg Acorn Squash (my only vegan recipe!)

Coffee and Chili-Rubbed Skirt Steak

Tomato and Fresh Oregano Skillet Chicken (an early post; please excuse, well, everything)

 

 

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