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The Art of Eating

Founded by Edward Behr in 1986 as first a newsletter then as a full magazine, The Art of Eating celebrated the under appreciated richness of traditionally sourced and prepared foods. The farms, shops, kitchens and cooks that embrace this concept are highlighted in each issue providing valuable vendor contact information. A must publication for the creative chef and the dedicated home gourmet.

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Art Culinaire

Cuisine is not just about taste. It is also about what is seen. Since 1985 Art Culinaire has documented in stunning photographs the visual importance of food. As a result, this over sized hardcover quarterly magazine has a large readership among leading chefs around the world, enabling them to track trends and follow emerging presentational styles. Each issue is an inspiration!

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Bon Appetit

First published in Kansas in 1956, Bon Appetit is now owned by the legendary publisher, Conde Nast in New York City. This culinary lifestyle magazine covers culinary history, travel, entertaining, shopping and design as well as cooking in and dining out. As a result, this magazine claims over 1.5 million subscribers, 74% of whom are married professional women over 40 years of age.

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The only magazine focusing on food and wine now published in New Zealand. Launched in 1986, it has won awards for its culinary coverage (and honesty) from no less that Le Cordon Bleu. Bi-monthly issues cover national and international food and wine topics as well as annually announce best-of-the-best vendor and restaurant awards. Well worth the read (and a subscription).

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Food & Wine

Conceived in 1978 as an alternative to other "over-curated" gourmet magazines, Food & Wine is now owned by Time, Inc. and read by over 1 million men and women. Its popular issues include easy to follow recipes, cooking tips, restaurant reviews, chef biographies, wine pairings and both seasonal and holiday focused articles. Each year the magazines sponsors the famed Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, Colorado. 

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Food Arts 

Known as the gold standard for professional culinary magazines, Food Arts provides indepth coverage of trends and industry news, all while covering the innovative and the inspiring in the world of food and wine. Published 10 times annually for nearly a quarter century, issues include the newest restaurant openings, business tips, menu ideas, tabletop trends, innovative equipment and recipes galore.

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Each print and web issue of this publication offers readers a guide to the world of liquid enjoyment, all in a cocktail glass. Here are the  best drink recipes, reviews, beverage destinations and colleague profiles. In short, everything one needs to know about the people, places, flavors and cultures of drinks. From wine, spirits and beer to coffee, tea and everything in between, Imbibe celebrates all that flows.

The Local Palate, Food Culture of the South

Based in Charleston, South Carolina, this magazine captures in stunning images and intriguing interviews, the rich culinary heritage of the deep American South.  Chef created recipes are freely shared as well as entertaining guidelines and notes on regional food festivals. Included are sources for those must-have southern ingredients.

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Founded in 1994,  Saveur is a gourmet food and wine magazine that specializes in discovering diverse world cuisines. It focuses on enduring culinary traditions, not ever changing food trends. It features naturalistic food photography. Saveur's  popularity matches a growing interest among readers in the stories about the way the world eats.

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The Tasting Panel

This magazine is the most widely circulated trade publication in the beverage industry, reaching an audience of thousands of key decision-makers every month.  Anthony Dias Blue and Meridith May collectively have their finger on the pulse of the beverage industry, making for one of the most informative and cutting edge publications focusing on beverages, the beverage trade and the people who make the industry tick.  

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Whisky Advocate

Whisky Advocate magazine is America’s leading whisky magazine. It’s a premier source for whisky information, education and entertainment for whisky enthusiasts. Since the magazine’s inception more than 20 years ago, Whisky Advocate’s influence reaches an ever-increasing audience of discerning drinkers, press and trade around the world - especially for those who know why there's no 'e' in whisky.

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Wine Enthusiast

Wine Enthusiast Magazine is a lifestyle magazine covering wine, food, spirits, travel and entertaining topics. It was founded in 1988 and has over 800,000 readers. Its wine ratings, conducted by reviewers in major wine-producing areas of the world, comprise a large section of the magazine. Its website includes additional and original wine lifestyle-related content and holds a database of 500 spirit ratings.

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Wine Spectator

Wine Spectator is a lifestyle magazine that focuses on wine and the worldwide culture of wine. It publishes 15 oversize issues annually containing articles about wine news, articles, profiles, select themes and general entertaining-centered pieces. Additionally, each issue also includes from 400 to more than 1,000 wine reviews, each containing numeric wine ratings and detailed tasting notes.