Taste of Home

Taste of Home

3.5 239
by Reader's Digest Association, Inc.
     
 

Current Issue: June and July, 2016

Taste of Home is the #1 food magazine in the world. It features real food from real home cooks who love sharing their tried-and-proven, family-favorite recipes-all made with easy, everyday, affordable ingredients. Every recipe is tested by our expert Test Kitchen staff, so you can count on each one to be a guaranteed winner. Discover 100+ delicious, home-style

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Overview

Taste of Home is the #1 food magazine in the world. It features real food from real home cooks who love sharing their tried-and-proven, family-favorite recipes-all made with easy, everyday, affordable ingredients. Every recipe is tested by our expert Test Kitchen staff, so you can count on each one to be a guaranteed winner. Discover 100+ delicious, home-style recipes and time-saving tips, plus easy entertaining ideas, healthy choices and kid-friendly recipes in every issue.

Product Details

Publisher:
Reader's Digest Association Inc.
# of issues/year:
7
Delivered:
Bi-monthly
Current Issue:
Summer 2016
Format:
NOOK Magazine
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Taste of Home 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 239 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ive been a reader of this magazine for many years, so I was quite happy to find it among the downloadable magazines for my new Nook Color. Since I havent picked up a new copy in the store in quite awhile, I was quite surprised and disappointed with the new format. The usual pages and pages of pictures and recipes have now been replaced by articles and lots of advertising, with scattered recipes here and there. While this may appeal to some, it's just not what Im looking for in a cooking magazine.
MarthaV More than 1 year ago
Taste of Home is one of my favorite magazines. I was so happy to see it available as a nookbook! Now I can get my favorite magazine and not feel like I'm building up a paper collection. The pictures look just as stunning as ever, and it's great to be able to "bookmark" pages that I want to go back to. (I made a recipe from it last night and got raves!!)
Gudgary More than 1 year ago
I was a subscriber of the paper version for years. I loved it's straight-forward approach, i.e. no advertising, lots of recipes with pictures, and everyday pantry items. Under new management, all this was lost. Now I find articles of drivel, and a few recipes thrown in so it can be called a cooking magazine. I subscribed to the e-version to see if any improvements had been made since I canceled my subscription a couple of years ago. I am sad to say, it has gotten worse. It is reported to be the most read cooking magazine in the world, but I have serious doubts if it will remain so, unless some major changes are made.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought this magazine was better a few years ago. It seemed homier and not so commercial. I was also dissappointed that nutritional information was not included with each recipe. This information is very important if someone is following a special diet or just wants to adapt a healthy lifestyle.
Kathleen Pipkin More than 1 year ago
I was disappointed in this magazine. Too many ads and articles, and too few recipes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This used to be a great magazine. However, something has changed, and it isn't for the good! We used to be subscribers many years ago. I do not ever remember Reader's Digest being the owners of this publication, so maybe that is what changed some time in the last decade (last time I was a subscriber was perhaps in 2002). The magazine still has wonderful photos. However, it is also now LOADED with advertising. It used to be just the recipes, some articles and no ads. It is now so glutted with ads that it was not even pleasant to read. In addition, I found the zoom was extremely limited. I could not zoom in on a particular recipe enough for me to read it. What good does that do?! I cancelled my subscription, and can only suggest that others be sure to try one issue first and see if they like the very-different Taste of Home. Shame on them for all the ads - if you want to do so many ads, then make it dirt cheap. Otherwise, you're just as well off looking up recipes on FREE websites.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I used to love this magazine. I was a subscriber for a few years and then didn't renew it. I decided to check out the emagazine and noticed it had way too many ads iin it now. So if I need a recipe I will just look it up at the taste of home website.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This magazine has some good recipes, however they highlight other recipes each month and direct you to their website to get the recipe. When trying to log in i did not have the info requested. Upon emailing their customer service i was told that esubscribers do not have access to online recipes. I think if i pay for something i should be able to fully use it. I swear it seemed like the most delicious ones were only available online! Cooking light is a way better magazine for nook anyway
vampiric_dreams13 More than 1 year ago
I do not really think it is worth buying for me at least. I loved taste of home for many years when it was all recipes. It is mostly articles and ads and few recipes.
justmeSH More than 1 year ago
I was looking for a cooking magazine that would work with my pcos. This one has tons of recipes and in the back shows you which ones are good for your heart, low carb, etc. This is great for me.
Bellethebookworm More than 1 year ago
This magaxine did not interest me
RedReaderKCMO 5 months ago
Come on, email from BN said I could cancel sub easily, so where is the button for that?
read2011 More than 1 year ago
Beware you have to call customer service to cancel. they make it impossible. After your first years subscription you will be notified that it will be automatically renewed if you don't cancel.
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It looks goodi want some that tell ,e if u want some I am not fat just so u now
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GenealogyLady More than 1 year ago
DIGITAL COSTS MORE THAN PRINT!!!! The digital version is more expensive than receiving the paper copy in the mail! I started to order the annual subscription for $12. I decided to check out the Taste of Home website prior to placing my order. Imagine my surprise when I saw that I could get a print copy mailed to my home for $7 A YEAR!!!! I was so irritated I didn't order either one!
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