the last days of gourmet

As chronicled by Kevin DeMaria.  Click on the picture to go to his full blog.

rest in peace.

 

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2 responses

  1. I just bought their Thanksgiving issue, which is always one of the best all year — it didn’t disappoint. Very sad that we’re losing such an iconic publication.

  2. This was the iconic food magazine in the age of Betty Crocker and jello molds. Your grandmother subscribed to it and that always made her seem so sophisticated to my nascent foodie sensibility. To see it go is sad.

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