Everyday Food Blog

our November iPad issue is out!

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Ladies and gents, fire up your iPad and head over to the iTunes app store to snag the newest edition of Everyday Food. If you're already a print subscriber, you have free access to the digital edition, which means exclusive content (like a Q&A with Matt Armendariz) and cool cooking videos are right at your fingertips. Take a peek and let us know what you think.

PS: If you've upgraded to iOS 5, look for us on the Newsstand!

Comments (7)

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    So excited to see this issue. Last year we prepared the entire Thanksgiving menu from the pages of Everyday Food and it was delicious...can't wait to try the ideas for this year!

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    Is the printed-November issue out yet? I haven't recieved mine.

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    Yes ! Exciting - more delicious new recipes I'd love to post about in my blog for the season ! :)

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    If I only get the iPad version, how do I print recipes?? HELP! Do I need to buy the print version too? (so excited to make the cakes from the nov iPad issue!)

  • avatar Author Comment:

    Hi Darla,
    Thanks for reading (and cake-baking!)... Each recipe on the iPad has an e-mail button; use it to email the recipe text to yourself and print it from there.

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    Okay i have looked and looked form that little icon to email or print and the only blue button I see is the "return to previous page". "back" button. Please tell me how do i access that email button? This is very frustrating.

  • avatar Author Comment:

    Hi Darla,
    The email icon is a little orange envelope that is at the end of every recipe. So, on the Maple-Walnut Cake with Brown-Sugar Frosting recipe, for example, you'll find it at the end of step 5.
    - Merritt

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