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  1. Gluten-Free Media
    America’s About to Get Whole Magazine Devoted to Gluten-Free FoodGFF will go mass-market with its spring 2016 issue.
  2. Magazines
    Why Food Arts Closing Is a Major Loss for People Who Love RestaurantsThe niche magazine will cease publication — and the food world has lost one of its guiding voices.
  3. Other Magazines
    Allrecipes.com Branches Off As a Print MagazineIn a nice change of pace, a website has spawned an old-fashioned print magazine.
  4. Other Magazines
    New Small-Format Cookbook Short Stack Launches Kickstarter CampaignEach edition centers on a specific ingredient and is written by a single author.
  5. Other Magazines
    Seersucker’s Kerry Diamond Launching Food Magazine Cherry BombeThankfully, there’s no sign of Dakota Fanning or Kristen Stewart.
  6. Magazines
    It’s a Magazine! It’s a Recipe Box! It’s Middlewest, Coming Next YearNew magazine about midwest food takes unique form.
  7. Mediavore
    Phillipe’s Patriarch Dies; New Vodka Claims Health BenefitsA French dip classic is run by a new generation while an adult libation comes with vitamins.
  8. Concepts
    Create a Restaurant-Magazine HybridIf there’s a ‘Rolling Stone’ restaurant, why not a Chez ‘Cosmo’?
  9. NewsFeed
    ‘Bon Appétit’ Brawl Continues: In Defense of Home Cooking Grub Street pal Adam Roberts, known to the world as the Amateur Gourmet, penned a defense of home cooks today, pegged on our recent “incendiary” remarks about Bon Appétit. (Has that phrase ever been written before?) Roberts stands up for the home cook: “You may not find us in the glossy pages of New York Magazine, but you will find us at our kitchen table, laughing with friends, and digging into a slice of homemade apple pie.” Don’t get us wrong: New York is devoted to home cooking, and in fact, we have a pretty sizable recipe database which you can draw from. As far as our position here on Grub Street, though, we think we’re being misunderstood.