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First class cooking magazine
on December 20, 2011
I've been a long-time fan of Taste of Home in it's physical print form. It's filled with great receipts -- you know, REAL food you would actually cook and serve your family -- with very few ads and fantastic eye-candy photos. I hesitated to get the Kindle version, but it looks fantastic on the Kindle Fire and is extremely easy to zoom in and read. It works great on the K3 as well, although not as visually stunning, of course. For a buck an issue, it is well worth the money.