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Taste of Home Magazine

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  • Taste of Home - I doubt the dog would eat this stuff.

    Jul 1, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: There are a few rare recipes that I've tried.
    Cons: Off on the seasons. Foods look kind of goopy.

    Summary: Though I like Reiman publications, I’m not thrilled with Taste of Home. This was the first cooking magazine put out by the R group as far as I know, and they now have “Light and Tasty” and “Quick Cooking” in this collection of ad-free magazines ... read more

  • Taste of Home Could Leave You Wanting More

    Oct 16, 2012 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Personal touch; Some easy to prepare recipes
    Cons: Inconsistency in recipe quality; Not enough actual articles

    Summary: Do you like home cooking? Most of us do and the internet has made it very easy to find great recipes for simple and exotic cuisine. But some people still prefer to read about recipes and follow instructions in print form and one publication that is made ... read more

  • Recipes from Every Region - Taste of Home Magazine

    Aug 6, 2009 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: easy, tasty recipes; photos to accompany recipes; entertaining
    Cons: none that I can think of

    Summary: I subscribed to Taste of Home magazine a number of years ago, but I forgot to renew my subscription one year, and it ceased coming to my home. It was about the time my daughter was born, so I was pretty busy. The past year, though, I've been ... read more

  • Taste Temptations

    Aug 31, 2008 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Photos, Recipes, Tips, Country Style
    Cons: I don't like to cook

    Summary: My first taste of Reiman Publications, the creator of an assortment of magazines with a country theme, was "Country". When I read "Country" for the first time, I was excited to find a magazine that truly was rooted in rural American culture. The majority ... read more

  • Taste of Home -- I Get a NEW Cookbook Every Two Months!

    May 22, 2008 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Includes wide range of recipes and cooking information, fun contests
    Cons: Magazine design seems outdated

    Summary: I received my subscription to Taste of Home from my sister, who has been a subscriber for a few years, and as part of her most recent renewal had an offer to give a free gift subscription. The recipient was me! Overview The main focus ... read more

  • Please your tastebuds with this awesome magazine...but don't eat it!

    Jan 18, 2008 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Excellent magazine for what you get, pictures, descriptions and cut out recipe cards.
    Cons: None.

    Summary: The pictures are so tasty looking in this magazine, that you may want to eat the pages, but don't! Do you ever think to yourself "I wish I could cook like that?" well guess what? You can! This magazine makes it easy and simple to do. I get my ... read more

  • LOVE this magazine!

    Dec 6, 2007 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Great recipes!
    Cons: none

    Summary: I love Taste of Home Magazine. It's the perfect magazine to get great, tested out recipes. And every edition is filled with new recipes. I have a monthly subscription and am always impressed at how this magazine never fails to offer more and more great, ... read more

  • Too greasy, too goopy, to fattening....too much!

    Nov 27, 2007 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: different levels of cooking abilities- maybe a few good recipes
    Cons: too fattening, greasy, and too many portions.

    Summary: While looking on a recipe site, I noticed a lot of the featured recipes were from a magazine called Taste of Home. This magazine is made by Reiman publications, and I had subscribed to another Reiman publication years ago called Quick Cooking that I ... read more

  • Taste of Home Magazine is "Hot Stuff"

    Apr 27, 2007 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: No Advertisements!
    Cons: Can be a little too old fashioned at times for this happyhourmom!

    Summary: Taste of Home Magazine...what a find! With a quick flip of this magazine I knew something about it was different... holy cow, No Advertisements!!! You read it correctly, no ads. Finally, a magazine publisher that gets it. (A Reader's Digest Co., I ... read more

  • Taste of Home Magazine

    Aug 19, 2005 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: colorful, interesting, grandmother style cooking
    Cons: not many vegetarian or lite recipes

    Summary: - Index: last page of the magazine for easy reference. - Every month has different features, is season-specific, and has a specific main theme (ex. cook-out summer food, or Holiday Ideas). - Monthly cooking contests anyone can enter This magazine ... read more

  • Taste of Home - Easy Recipes Using Real Ingredients

    Jun 7, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy recipes using common ingredients, recipes to "clip out", color photos
    Cons: Published 6 times per year

    Summary: I like Taste of Home magazine. I have found some delicious recipes from it, one of my favorite reasons is because unlike some cooking magazines in Taste of Home you'll find recipes using "real" ingredients - meaning stuff you actually know and can find ... read more

  • Where, or where . . .

    Apr 11, 2003 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Handy resource, no adds
    Cons: Relatively few "Cooks of Color", why?

    Summary: I was one of the first subscribers to the magazine receiving it as a Christmas gift the first year of publication. This was more years ago than I'd like to admit. I did not renew as I was concered at that time there was no ... read more

  • Taste of Home: Taste of Tabloid Trailer Trash

    Sep 16, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: colorful pictures, few advertisements
    Cons: dozens of subscription inserts, poor quality recipes

    Summary: This summer, I read every review of Taste of Home magazine that is listed on Epinions. Out of 122 reviews, 97% of them thought this magazine was simply great. Only 8 reviewers didn't like this magazine. I intend to be number 9. In the majority of these ... read more

  • A tasty magazine

    Apr 18, 2002 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Lots of recipes!
    Cons: none really!

    Summary: A Taste of Home is a great magazine for anyone who enjoys cooking. Just flipping through it really makes you hungry! This magazine has tons of recipes, and tons of yummy looking photos. I've already made about 5 or so recipes from this ... read more

  • Its ok

    Apr 3, 2002 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Great deserts
    Cons: Expensive, bi monthly

    Summary: I had a subscription a few years ago, I am glad I didnt renew. I am used to getting monthly magazines for around $10 a year, so they $20 a year for 6 issues was a bit much. I really didnt like the main dishes they offered, but the deserts were ... read more

  • Hope for the hopeless.

    Mar 25, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: No ads, lots of pictures, easy to understand
    Cons: somewhat "cutesy"

    Summary: I admit it. I am not a good cook. I'm not even a mediocre cook. But, I am trying, and with the help of "Taste of Home", I'm getting a little better. I get so frustrated with the majority of cooking magazines. So many of them seem to ... read more

  • Taste Bud Delicious

    Mar 9, 2002 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: This is a delicious magazine not only with good recipes but with great photos.
    Cons: Some of the recipes are not healthy and have too many calories.

    Summary: The Taste of Home is one of my favorite magazines. I look forward to each edition because it has good ideas not only for entertaining, but also for meals for two. Each time I have tried a recipe, I have gotten raves from my family and friends. ... read more

  • Home cooking made easy...but not easy on your waistline!!

    Mar 8, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Full of good ideas for the cook of any level.
    Cons: Most recipes are high in fat and NOT low-cal

    Summary: Like so many other people, I was first introduced to Taste of Home through my grandmother. She subscribed to the magazine and after she passed away we were left with tons (and I do mean tons!) of back issues that my mom and I began to go through. Mom ... read more

  • Home cooking by some of the best cooks around!

    Mar 7, 2002 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: True value, glossy embossed pages with appetizing photos, wide variety of recipes, shared cooking/baking tips.
    Cons: You get a new issue every other month.

    Summary: I was so very impressed when I received my very first issue of Taste of Home magazine in the mail. Seeing the intro. in another magazine did not do it justice! The cover is glossy embossed and so full of color with a delicious spread of foods displayed ... read more

  • Luscious recipes, mouth-watering photos

    Mar 2, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great recipes, easy reading, excellent photos, fun to peruse, even hubby likes it!
    Cons: You have to wait two months for the next issue.

    Summary: I can't compare this magazine to others of its type because I don't read any others. I don't need to -- "Taste of Home" more than satisfies our desire to try new recipes that are good tasting, generally easy to make, and not expensive to make. It is a ... read more

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