Tasty Selections: An Evaluation of Gourmet Food Magazines

  title={Tasty Selections: An Evaluation of Gourmet Food Magazines},
  author={Terrie L. Wilson},
  journal={Journal of Agricultural \& Food Information},
  pages={49 - 66}
  • T. Wilson
  • Published 13 July 2003
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Agricultural & Food Information
ABSTRACT The interest in and number of culinary magazines keeps growing, making the librarian's collection development process in the subject an increasingly daunting task. This article provides an overview of a select group of gourmet cooking magazines, including Gourmet, Bon Appétit, Food & Wine, Art of Eating, Cook's Illustrated, Fine Cooking, Saveur, Cooking Pleasures, and Intermezzo. Each publication is evaluated on article length, type and content, recipes and their complexity, and… 

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