Everyday Food

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Everyday Food
Everyday Food (magazine) cover.jpg
Editor Sarah Carey
Former editors Anna Last, Sandy Gluck
Categories Food
Frequency 10 per year (8 per year in 2003)
Total circulation
(2011)
1,058,521[1]
First issue  2003 (2003-January/February)
Final issue  2012 (2012-November/December)
Company Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
Language English
Website www.everydayfoodmag.com
ISSN 1544-6395

Everyday Food from the test kitchens of Martha Stewart Living was a digest size cooking magazine and PBS public television program published and produced by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (MSLO). Both feature quick and easy recipes targeted at supermarket shoppers and the everyday cook. The first issue of the magazine carried a date of January/February 2003. The television show, which is distributed nationwide on PBS by WETA-TV, includes recipes and tips from the magazine and is hosted by five members of the MSLO senior editorial staff. It stopped print versions in December 2012.

A companion series, Everyday Baking from Everyday Food, with John Barricelli as the principal chef, is also presented on PBS by WETA-TV.

Unlike most other PBS cooking shows, these programs are heavily edited, using extreme closeups, and never show any of the product brands used.

Cast[edit]

Everyday Food Chefs:

Former Chefs

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "eCirc for Consumer Magazines". Audit Bureau of Circulations. June 30, 2011. Retrieved December 1, 2011. 

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