Cooking Light

Cooking Light

3.5 162
by Time, Inc.
     
 

Current Issue: August 2016

Make healthy taste great with Cooking Light magazine—now vibrantly designed for the NOOK, with all of the recipes and gorgeous photos of the magazine. Each issue is packed with seasonal, delicious and nutritious recipes, quick and easy ways to plan everyday menus, helpful tips on how to live a healthier lifestyle and more delivered right to your

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Make healthy taste great with Cooking Light magazine—now vibrantly designed for the NOOK, with all of the recipes and gorgeous photos of the magazine. Each issue is packed with seasonal, delicious and nutritious recipes, quick and easy ways to plan everyday menus, helpful tips on how to live a healthier lifestyle and more delivered right to your NOOK—where you want it, when you want it.

Existing Cooking Light Magazine subscribers can get access to the NOOK digital edition at no additional charge, if it is included in their current subscription package with this publisher. Simply select the monthly subscription button and begin your 14 day free trial. An e-mail will then be sent to you with instructions on how to verify your active People subscription and to get the NOOK digital edition for FREE.

Product Details

Publisher:
Time Inc
# of issues/year:
12
Delivered:
Monthly
Current Issue:
August 2016
Format:
NOOK Magazine
These items ship to U.S. addresses only.

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Cooking Light 3.5 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 162 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was surprised to see that this item does not work on the Nook app for the iPad.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I feel like a huge part of reading a cooking magazine is marking the recipes you want to try. I've purchased other magazines that allow you to bookmark pages, but this one doesn't. Unless I write the info down on a piece of paper, it's impossible to find it again without flipping through the magazine. I won't buy this on my nook again. In my opinion, cooking light has gone from a magazine I loved to one that is just ok anyway. I may not buy it again in any form.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I subscribe to Cooking Light in print, love it. Have for many years. I attemptes to get set up with the free e version and never got a 2 week notice following the initial trial. Now i find no means to communicate and worry that i will be charged.
europa343 More than 1 year ago
I let my print copy of CL expire for one of the same reasons I purchased a Nook tablet: I'm committed to reducing paper waste. The formatting of CL on the Nook is a real winner. I can read the script because a full page is not crammed into one frame. To continue reading an article, the Nook instructs me to "scroll down." The color pictures are brilliant. I love Cooking Light because it's a great balance of kitchen tips, recipes that are relatively affordable and simple in terms of preparation, but gourmet in style, and healthy living ideas. It's wonderful to be back with CL.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I subscribed to the free trial and cancelled it within an hour. People shouldn't have to pay 1.99 a month for something that is full of ads and has no usable content.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bought the Nook subscription for my IPad and its not able to be view on the ipad app. Why is it available for purchase then? Ridiculous!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found that the meals offerred did not appeal to my family's taste. I love a variety of cuisines and am Louisiana girl, half Cajun and half Italian so I eat foods thatmany others may not, yet I still found the recipes too "exotic" for lack of a better word. Not everyday meals.
rebc 3 months ago
Merely a copy of the print magazine with a stripped down "article view". No way to save recipes, which is kind of the whole point of a cooking magazine.
Svillanueva More than 1 year ago
I subscribe to Cooking Light in print, love it. Have for many years. I attemptes to get set up with the free e version and never got a 2 week notice following the initial trial. Now i find no means to communicate and worry that i will be charged.
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Cooking light is the absolute best magazine for healthy but delicious cooking. I'm currently doing weight watchers so I use cooking light recipes all the time to work with my daily plans. The recipes tend to be pretty easy to cook and don't normally require complex cooking tools. Couldn't reccomend it enough!
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I need the text to be enlarged in order to read the issues or it is a waste of money when I cannot read it. I do not know if this can be done and have not been able to contact anyone that does!
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