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Our December issue is out!

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Now that Turkey Day is over, it's time to turn our attention to the upcoming month of holiday parties, family feasts, and gift exchanges. Consider our December issue your survival guide for the season. Read on for a by-the-numbers breakdown of what's inside...16 great gift ideas for cooks and food lovers (all under $50!)

10 recipes for edible, homemade presents (ideal for a generous host)

5 easy recipes that make the most of celery root season

4 cuts of meat that make for big savings at the grocery store (and delicious dinners at home)

3 signature cocktails with coordinating appetizers (that come together faster than you can say "party!")

1 festive yet unfussy feast with a showstopping dessert (make-ahead schedule and shopping list included)

Comments (10)

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    Loving your December digital issue lots of inspiring recipes and ideas thank you.

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    Does your December issue (#88) have two different covers? The one I bought the other day reads....ring in the season!, and it has bell shaped cookies on the cover.

  • avatar Author Comment:

    Hi Grace,
    Yes, it's true, we have two different covers for our December issue! Which one do you prefer?

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    I have a baking question & couldn't think of where to find the answer,so I decided to ask the Queen of Cooking! When a recipe calls for gluten free flour, can you substitute all purpose flour one-for-one, or do you need to add anything else (ex. baking powder, etc.)? Love your show! And books! Great but simple ideas!

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    I have gotten every issue of Everyday Food since the beginning. I was so disappointed with the December issue. There are usually a few dishes that I give a try and there was not one thing that looked worth making.

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    I made the Tangerine cake with my 4 year-old twins this week - everyone LOVES it!
    So tasty!

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    Love the December issue! I made the granola recipe submitted by Laura Gidley-Feltz and it is awesome. I had it as my breakfast cereal this morning and thought it was great. It was much better than the brand I had purchased and less expensive. Also, thanks for the gluten info.

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    When I get my copy of EDF in the mail, I always sit down and dog-ear the pages of the recipes I want to try. For me, the December issue looks like a great return to form, and I've flagged more recipes in this one issue than I have for most of the past year! Looking forward to what the new year may bring!

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    I made a couple of batches of the Citrus-Herb Seasoned Salt and loved it so much that I'm going to give it in gift baskets for Christmas. However, I've mislaid my issue and I'd really appreciate it if someone could give me the recipe so I can make some more batches.

    Thanks

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    I love the December Everyday Food issue!

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