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Magazine redesign brings changes and upgrades to our Web site later this month

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Later this month, FineCooking.com will launch its first major Web site redesign in more than a year. In addition to a variety of new content, we’re also changing the look and feel of the site and improving the navigation to help you better locate your favorite recipes, magazine archive articles, and new content from our blogs and community.

We’re still wrapping up the final details and expect to introduce the new site mid-January. So for those of you who read our latest issue and rushed to our Web site to explore all of the features we touted, we appreciate your patience over the next two weeks.

What’s for dinner?

What’s for dinner is a the question of the day for the Fine Cooking editors. A hunch tells us that it’s a favorite subject for a lot of you. So we decided to tackle the topic on our newly redesigned Web site. But since there’s no one-size-fits-all answer, we will have any number of ways for you to find just what you’re looking for. Some suggestions:

1. Find the answer by clicking on the new recipes icon (plenty of quick and easy options included). Our changes are designed to help improve the way you search or browsing for a recipe.

2. Got leftover produce? Hit the ingredients icon to visit our new ingredients channel and discover great ways to use up the last of those carrots (or anything else you might have around.) We plan to publish more than 1,000 ingredient profiles with tips for choosing, storing, and preparing.

3. Want a good tip? Go to the how-to icon for great ideas, instructional articles, and now-I-get-it videos.

4. If you could use a little advice, click on the CooksTalk icon, where you’ll find like-minded cooks sharing their ideas in our forums, blogs, and new community photo gallery.

We’re excited about these new upgrades and hope you are too. So stay tuned!

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  • user-4372999 | 05/06/2021

    I am a subscriber for a long time. I was consider to finish the subscription because the format was so dark and the characters to small. The articles was so long and I never to read all. Thanks to change the magazine format. Now its beautiful, clear and the photos are so inspirational. Please don't change the format. Thanks for the changes.

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