Two New Recipe E-books from the Editors of Yankee Magazine
DUBLIN, NH (October 28, 2013)—Yankee Magazine’s two newest digital products include A Baker’s Dozen, a collection of 13 holiday cookies, and Yankee’s 2013 Recipe Collection, a convenient compilation of 81 recipes that ran in the print edition over the course of the year. Both are available now for iPad, Kindle, and computer (PDF).
A Baker’s Dozen
Spice up your holiday baking with this special collection of Yankee’s favorite cookies, bars, and candies. Each of the 13 recipes features simple instructions, baking tips, and photos. Instructional technique videos give step-by-step advice covering the right way to whip egg whites; the best method for creaming butter and sugar; how to pipe dough; a simple way to separate egg yolks, and the fastest way to scoop and flatten cookies. To purchase A Baker’s Dozen ($1.99), go to: http://store.yankeemagazine.com/product/bakers-dozen-delicious-holiday-treats
Yankee’s 2013 Recipe Collection: Great New England Cooking from Our Kitchen to Yours
This compilation includes a full year’s worth of recipes from the archives of Yankee’s 2013 print edition, spanning all four seasons and each meal of the day, from easy soups and starters like Herbed Deviled Eggs and Gloucester Fish Chowder to vegetable favorites like Maine Corn Pudding, to fish and meat dishes like Maple-Glazed Spareribs and Grilled Scallop Skewers. Sweet mornings begin with Maple-
Pecan Oat Pancakes and Squash Sticky Buns and finish with desserts like Plum and Raspberry Cobbler, Chocolate-Walnut Tart, and Pistachio-Cherry Icebox Cookies. This collection features stunning photography and simple to follow directions. To purchase Yankee’s 2013 Recipe Collection ($3.99), go to: http://store.yankeemagazine.com/product/yankees-2013-recipe-collection-ebook
The debut of these two e-books coincides with Yankee Magazine’s November/December special “Holiday Food Guide” featuring 36 delicious recipes from starters to sweets, including holiday cookies and feast-worthy Thanksgiving sides. This issue marks the first annual Editors’ Choice Food Awards, which recognize New England’s best cheeses, charcuterie, jams, chocolates, mustards, and more. In addition, the magazine offers articles covering New England travel, home and feature stories.
For more information about Yankee Magazine, visit: YankeeMagazine.com/foodawards.
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