Who Reads Food Network Magazine?
The Food Network Magazine reader is a total food enthusiast–passionate, imaginative, and sees cooking as an expression of their creative spirit. Whether it’s a quick weeknight meal or planning a dinner party with friends, the Food Network Magazine reader loves to experiment with new ideas and add a unique signature twist to every meal.
What You Can Expect in Each Issue:
- He Made/She Made: Two Food Network personalities battle it out to see who makes the better dish
- Copy That!: A famous item from a national restaurant is recreated each month
- Out of the Box: You’ll be amazed at how many unique dishes can come from a boxed mix in your pantry!
- Weeknight & Weekend Dinners: Whether you have 30 minutes or 3 hours, make a delicious meal every night of the week
- Flip This Dish: A Food Network star recreates a classic dish to match their style
Every issue of Food Network Magazine features the all-star cast of Food Network. Whether you’re learning how to make Paula Deen’s favorite cookies, getting a peek inside Tyler Florence’s kitchen, or making homemade pizzas with Ina Garten, you’ll always see something you won’t find anywhere else.
Food Network Magazine is a larger than average magazine printed on rich, glossy paper. Beautiful photography goes hand in hand with well designed recipes and feature stories.
Comparisons to Other Magazines:
Food Network Magazine is the only food magazine out there that covers every amazing aspect of food and food culture. The wide range of dishes made on Food Network is reflected in the pages of the magazine, and it’s the only magazine that features all your favorite stars.
Advertisers include Ford, Hershey, JC Penney, Kenmore, Kraft, Macy’s, Nestle, Target, Viking, Wal-Mart and other national advertisers. The magazine is approximately 60% editorial content and 40% advertising content.