Introducing FoodBlogs: The Magazine — get your copy!

Get it on newsstands or access a digital copy here!

Foodblogs Magazine - Newsstands or digital download

Do we have a treat for you: a print magazine and online community created especially for food bloggers — and the home cooks who love them. Find the debut issue of FoodBlogs: The Magazine on newsstands at your favorite locations like Walmart, Walgreens, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Albertson’s, Kroger, Publix and Paradies — as well as other grocery and convenience stores, plus big-box and airport retailers!

Access your copy for just $1.99!

The recipes featured include holiday favorites from popular food bloggers!

What you get in our magazine

A first-of-its-kind publication for home cooking enthusiasts and food bloggers alike, FoodBlogs: The Magazine entices readers right from the start with tasty on-trend features.

You’ll find a growing collection of recipes, cooking ideas and foodie inspiration — as well as practical tips for growing a blogging hobby into a booming business.

Introducing FoodBlogs Magazine

It’s more than recipes

We are here for the kitchen creator: those of you who take everything that is best about cooking traditions and then go and leverage the revolutionary self-publishing opportunities of the internet so you can share, inspire, and motivate us to get in the kitchen and get cooking.

Every issue includes a special 16-page section dedicated to the art and business of food blogging where you’ll find the latest tips, tricks and trends for food bloggers.

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Looking for a recipe?

Click here for an index of all the amazing recipes featured in the November 2018 issue of FoodBlogs: The Magazine.


How to get featured

We are always looking for new talent to spotlight and new recipes to share. If you would like the opportunity to be featured online or in future issues of FoodBlogs: The Magazine, contact us here.

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