Better Homes And Gardens Magazine Yearly Subscription
Better Homes & Gardens was founded and first published in 1922. From its beginnings, the magazine grew as readers tried memorable recipes good enough to share with their loved one's down through the generations, grew lush gardens with outstanding tips, and made general housekeeping fun.More...
Better Homes & Gardens was founded and first published in 1922. From its beginnings, the magazine grew as readers tried memorable recipes good enough to share with their loved one's down through the generations, grew lush gardens with outstanding tips, and made general housekeeping fun. Nearly a century later, the magazine continues to make our homes a center point for all of life's many adventures.
Quick and wholesome meals are just a few steps away with Fast & Fresh magazine. This family-friendly collection is full of strategies for delicious recipes full of nutritious ingredients. Look for solutions to get meals on the table easily including 5-ingredient dishes, slow-cooked meals you can make while away, double duty dinners with creative ways to use leftovers, 15 meals to make with one grocery, and more. For extra help in the kitchen, look for tips from the Better Homes & Gardens Test Kitchen for planning, shopping, and cooking. And be sure to look for icons for kid-friendly recipes and simple swaps to customize meals to your taste.
Every issue is easy to pick up and read. With colorful pictures and easy to follow instructions, Better Homes & Gardens makes it easy to find last-minute dinner tips, or plan a whole house makeover. Inside features include: "Fresh," which covers the latest design trends in home decorating, popular restaurants, and the people making it all happen; "Home" is all about making a living space all your own; "Food" covers the dishes that take center stage in almost every home, and how to get creative so you can take simple meals and inject a little flair; live life "Better" and experience the world with travels guides, tips, and ideas; then round things out and view "Life In Color," which takes readers inside the life of another family, shows readers how to make your home pop with the right garden, and more.
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It's OK to read. I guess I'm past the stage of cooking and redecorating. Sometimes there is a little idea or recipee that I can use. I take it to the hospital for patients to read. I think it is a magazine one can just page through without giving it much thought. Good for patients to distract them a little bit from their tests or illness.
Enjoyed the Better Homes and Gardens but like everything else that's printed it's not the same as it use to be. Better than most tho.
While "Better Homes and Gardens" is an excellent publication, with an assortment of well-written articles accompanied by top-quality photography, only about half the magazine would download onto my Kindle Fire. I tried several times to re-download with no success. It was a great disappointment for me, as I was looking forward to reading many excellent articles that this publication is known for, so sadly decided to cancel the subscription.
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