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More of a Good Thing: ‘Home Cooking’ Magazine Features Larger Format; Publication’s redesign offers full-color photography.

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BERNE, Ind., Dec. 3 /PRNewswire/ — “Home Cooking”

magazine, a favorite of family cooks for more than 30 years, displays a

dramatic new look with its January-February 2005 issue, now on sale.

(Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20041203/LAFRU7 )

The magazine, a digest-sized publication since its inception in

1973, is now full-size and offers vibrant color photos of every recipe.

“Readers have told us over the years that they love color food

photography to go along with great recipes they can count on,” said

Judy Shaw, editor. “That’s what we’re delivering, and a

full-size magazine enables us to provide more of what they’ve asked

for.”

Carrying a cover price of $3.99 in the U.S. and $4.99 in Canada,

Home Cooking publishes six times a year and features about 75 recipes

per issue. “We aim to strike a balance between quick-and-easy

preparation and great home- cooked taste,” said Shaw.

“Quick-to-prepare dishes can still deliver world- class

results.”

Home Cooking prides itself on serving the “comfort-food”

audience — devoted family cooks who love to share family-cherished

recipes passed down from generation to generation. Each issue includes

dozens of tried-and-true, home-tested recipes, plus book and product

reviews, recipe contests, and tips for everyday cooking.

Contributions from readers give Home Cooking a personal, intimate

touch. The “Clip & Save Recipes” and “Recipe

Swap” sections afford readers the opportunity to share and exchange

the secrets behind their favorite dishes.

“We know that many of today’s cooks don’t want to

make a recipe that requires 25 ingredients,” said Shaw.

“That’s why we place a premium on shorter ingredient lists

using items that are locally, and readily, available to our

readers.”

Home Cooking is distributed by Kable Distribution Services, with a

UPC (Universal Product Code) The standard bar code printed on retail merchandise, which is administered by GS1 US, Brussels, Belgium and Lawrenceville, NJ (www.gs1.org).

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