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Food Network Magazine [Kindle Edition]

by Hearst Magazines
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (176 customer reviews)

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Who Reads Food Network Magazine? The Food Network Magazine reader is a total food enthusiast--passionate, imaginative, and sees cooking as an expression of their creative spirit. Whether it's a quick weeknight meal or planning a dinner party with friends, the Food Network Magazine reader loves to experiment with new ideas and add a unique signature twist to every meal. What You Can Expect in Each Issue: He Made/She Made: Two Food Network personalities battle it out to see who makes the better dish Copy That!: A famous item from a national restaurant is recreated each month Out of the Box: You'll be amazed at how many unique dishes can come from a boxed mix in your pantry! Weeknight & Weekend Dinners: Whether you have 30 minutes or 3 hours, make a delicious meal every night of the week Flip This Dish: A Food Network star recreates a classic dish to match their style

The Kindle Edition of this magazine includes Page View. In Page View, your magazines look just like the printed edition with all the photos and formatting. Interactive content such as videos and slide shows are only available on: Kindle Fire 2nd Generation, Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Fire HDX.

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  • Publisher: Hearst Magazines (October 19, 2011)
  • Issues: 10 issues / year
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005WYGN3C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,849 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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54 of 58 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Digital Delivery App For My Favorite Magazine February 3, 2012
Food Network Magazine is one of my favorite recipe magazines. Every issue is loaded with step by step recipes, colorful photos, chef bio's, their tips, and fave dishes. That is just a sampling of this magazine's extensive content. While the printed issue is delicious to peruse and a lovely addition to any recipe / cookbook collection, the digital version is just as excellent. After my monthly delivery, if I want the "print" edition for my collection I simply purchase it at my local grocer. --the only two I have so far were the November and December 2011 editions, for obvious holiday recipes.-- Also, through wi-fi, I can easily print any desired recipe and/or article.

Some reviewers have complained about the extra cost of the digital issue in addition to the yearly subscription. Myself, I prefer this option on several of my subscriptions. Being an avid and multiple magazine subscriber, the best benefit of Amazon's pay per month or issue option, is that I no longer have magazine clutter. This option is best utilzed for those magazines you do not currently have a yearly subscription. I have yearly subscriptions that offer the "free digital editions" and honestly, it seems redundant. The advantage being all of my magazines are on my Kindle Fire, ready and available at a moments notice. Also great for those long doctor's office waits, kids' track training, etc.. Convenience is about the only pro to "paid print/free digital" in my opinion. Two examples would be Entertainment Weekly and People Magazine. The previous "extra content" available on the digital editions has become almost non-existent. I received my subscriptions to each magazine several years ago at an amazingly reduced price through auto-renewal, before digital apps became available.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Food Network Magazine kindle and paper subscriptions January 12, 2013
I have many subscriptions to magazines and find it ridiculous that you have to pay twice to view Food Network magazine and that the kindle edition is two weeks behind the paper edition.My other magazines are available the same day as they are issued at the newsstand.It is a no brainer in our digital world that paying once should be adequate. If I can watch Netflix on my desktop,laptop,phone or kindle for the same fee why shouldn't' I also be able to view a magazine the same way? I will most likely cancel my paper subscription because I feel like we are being ripped off by the Hearst Company.
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48 of 53 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed in kindle delivery June 18, 2012
I loved being able to read this magazine on my kindle, but cancelled my subscription after 2 months because new issues would come out in the stores weeks before it would ever download to my kindle. If I'm paying for a digital subscription, I expect to get my copy no later than the first day it is available in stores.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Are magazine companies are greedy? April 7, 2012
I have 2 magazines that I read, This old House and Food Network. I would love to get both on my Kindle. This Old House allows you to download an electronic copy to the Kindle as part of the subscription price.... Food Network does NOT! If a good food mag comes along and includes a digital version included in the price, I'm jumping ship. Food Network mag is not THAT good.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Horrible on Kindle Fire May 9, 2012
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Got this and cancelled in 1 day. Was unable to read in the standard way. When trying to enlarge screen, you then couldn't easily read the page. Then some pages were turned on the side and then unable to rotate to read it.

I would not recommend this to anyone with ereader. Can't wait to get it in hardback.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars E issue delay May 13, 2012
The kindle issue takes 2 weeks longer to download then the paper issue. Hope its corrected soon. I am about to cancel my subscription.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful magazine on my Kindle Fire HD December 6, 2012
I've been subscribing to this magazine for a few years now. But they seen to pile up when they come in the mail. I finally realized that I'm so reliant on my Kindle Fire, that I wasn't getting around to reading the paper mag. So I decided to give it a try on my Kindle instead.


I can't believe how easy it is to navigate through the pages and the articles. And the photos look fantastic on the Kindle Fire HD screen. I might not be as happy if I had the smaller Kindle, but on the 8.9" screen, it's really nice.

One feature that surprised me was that I could double-tap an article and have the plain-text version display on the screen for reading. That makes it even simpler to read.

If you have a Kindle Fire and you love the Food Network Magazine, I highly recommend trying the digital version.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It does what it says! January 24, 2012
Bad reviews because the app is not what's expected is unfair. This is supposed to be an app independent of a previous print subscription ...while the amazon app store does have some that are for magazines that you already have print subscriptions to this is not. Please review apps as they are for. Also you get a 15 day free trial anyway so what's the issue?
Unrelated to my review is the fact that the amazon app store does not offer both types of apps for each magazine. That would really be helpful. Some magazines I would rather just have a kindle subscription and no print one at all and unfortunately this is not an option.
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