So many of us now turn to online content for the information we used to gather from those much anticipated monthly magazines that would arrive in the post. That was where we learned style, home decorating and found what was trending in the culinary arts.
Some of your favorite paper magazines might have folded completely, still print and/or have been reinvented online. Here are three traditional magazines that you might like to know about that have accomplished the transition very nicely.
Food & Wine
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Do you know what Harrisa is? Over at Food & Wine, they do. Food & Wine, one of the traditional magazines that has segued content onto a digital website, still serves up some of the best recipes online today. Their focus includes: Recipes & Chefs, Wine & Cocktails, Restaurants & Travel, Home & Design and so much more. If you are a foodie and always looking for something interesting to whip up, you will want to subscribe.
Yes, it is a traditional magazine, too, but we are LOVING the online version. You can pull up recipes according to ingredients, course, dishes, spices or methods. Besides that, they have sections such as Cooks Talk, How-to, Recipes and Ingredients not to mention a slew of fab Videos such as my favorite- How to Make Classic French Macarons. Their features and blogs offer really interesting content with great and varied points of view.
Traditional Home Magazine
Another traditional paper magazine. TraditionalHome.com gives some pretty different and interesting new elements online. For instance… The blog has short reviews and commentaries on what’s going on in the worlds of design, food, entertaining and travel. They have features from recent issues – just in case you’ve missed them – and they’ll tell you what’s going on in their current issue. Trad Home is one magazine that is really hooking into digital. If you read the paper Traditional Home Magazine, you’ll find the digital version, Trad Home, is a bit different and very exciting!