Weight Loss Choices

If weight loss is your goal, this is also a good website to check out. It has magazines, cookbooks, meal kits, and even already-made meal programs you can try. Don’t think you were left out. Special diets (like gluten free) can even be found here. If you’ve already tried other already-made weight loss meals and want to try a different one go to cook2connect.com and try something new.



Once A Month Meals

Is even getting in on the Weight Watcher point system. They are creating meals for you to make, store in the freezer, and get out when you need it.

We’re going to mix, marinate and freeze 5 super easy weight watchers recipes, to make 10 ready-to-go meals to throw on the grill all summer long! Did we mention they are 4 Freestyle Points of Less!

Stick to your goals and diet this summer with these fast and furious weight watchers meals for the freezer!

Does Anything Eat Wasps?

   Does Anything Eat Wasps?: And 101 Other Unsettling, Witty Answers to Questions You Never Thought You Wanted to Ask

  • How fat do you have to be to become bulletproof?
  • Why do people have eyebrows?
  • Why do pineapples have spines?
  • How much does a head weigh?
  • What affects the color of earwax?
  • How quickly could I turn into a fossil?


Have you ever thought up a question so completely off-the-wall, so seemingly ridiculous, that you couldn’t even find the courage to ask it? Maybe at the sports bar you were transported by the beauty of your beer to wonder, “How long could I live on beer alone?” Or, cycling through the park, you mused, “Did nature invent any wheels?” Or looking up at the night sky, you had a moment of angst, “What would happen if the moon suddenly disappeared — if it were vaporized or stolen by aliens?”

Full of fun factlets, Does Anything Eat Wasps? is a runaway bestseller around the world. It celebrates the weird and wacky questions — some trivial, some baffling, all unique — and their multiple answers culled from “The Last Word,” a long-running column in the internationally popular science magazine, New Scientist. Tackling the imponderables of everyday life, sparkling with humor, and bursting with delightful erudition, Does Anything Eat Wasps? is irresistibly entertaining and utterly engrossing.

So, go on. Put away your lab coat and your pencil — science is fun again. This is also a book. I put it here with the beer stuff because I know that there are Dads who like to recite these kinds of facts or like to read these facts to kids.

The Audacity Of Hops

  In 1975, there was a single craft brewery in the United States; today there are more than 2,000. A once-fledgling, clumsy movement, craft beer has become ubiquitous nationwide and even includes a honey ale brewed at the White House. Powered by millions of savvy, devoted consumers and raking in billions of dollars annually for producers and retailers, the movement has changed the industry landscape and the international reputation of American beer, upended the big beer giants that once seemed untouchable, and altered forever drinking habits, closet hobbies, and bar conversation. But the epic narrative of this class of brew has never been chronicled in one volume—until now.


Based on interviews with all of the biggest and most influential names in craft brewing since the 1970s—including brewers, critics, and marketers—The Audacity of Hops brims with charming, remarkable stories, which together weave a very American business tale, one of formidable odds and refreshing success.


The Audacity of Hops will be the holiday and birthday gift for every craft beer lover. Entertaining, informative, and accessible, this book is the first of its kind: the definitive history of the other American revolution. This is under the magazine subscriptions, but it is a paperback BOOK for those interested in the beginning of craft beer.

Brew Your Own

Brew Your Own Magazine will help you make your own great beer with practical tips, fun projects and great recipes for all levels of homebrewers. A different gift for Dads who like beer. This is one thing they might even enjoy cooking. I bet waiting will be the hard part!

Magazine Subscriptions

If you like looking for your own quick, simple meal recipes to make, you might enjoy a subscription to a magazine that will come in the mail that everyone can look at and give an opinion. The problem I have when looking for recipes in magazines or cookbooks, I tend to lose track of time trying to figure out what to fix. There are even specific cookbooks for sale. Slow cooker, chicken, 5 ingredients or less, or just desserts to name some on Taste of Home website. I like to use little post-it flags to write the name of the

recipe on so it’s easier to find? I even try to color coordinate the flag colors to meats, vegetables, desserts, etc. That part doesn’t always keep working for me, but at least I know what recipe is on that page!   If you have a big family gathering for a holiday, the magazine would include easy dishes that you can bring with you. Even if you have MS your family might not ask you to bring a dish to a holiday meal, but with quick, easy recipes, it might be a little easier to offer or just surprise them! I personally continue to go back to my recipe boxes on those websites. Those recipes I make OFTEN for my family I print off. Then I keep them in folders by courses with my cookbooks.

About any kind of cooking magazine you can think of  is shown here. Magazineline offers 100% satisfaction guaranteed on their magazines. They will work with you (or the recipient) when you notify them, even 100% money back if that’s what it takes to satisfy you! They even offer “bill me later”. No credit card is required!

All magazines come with

Free Shipping to all U.S. States and Territories

  • Toll-Free Customer Service
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  • 100% satisfaction guaranteed If you (or your recipient) are not completely satisfied with your magazine, let them know and they will do whatever it takes to make it right – even a 100% cash refund if you choose.

This is just to name SOME of the cooking magazines that caught my attention. If you believe me there ARE more cooking magazines they offer! If you want to take a look just click on one of these and you can search their website. They even have wine and beer magazines if you would like an unusual gift for Mothers’ Day or even Fathers’ Day, birthday or Christmas?! I have had subscriptions to a lot of these over my 23 years of cooking for a family!

They make a nice gift for cooks  New recipes to look at that come to you the old-fashioned way, in the snail mail It’s a good surprise among the junk mail and bills! The hard part is choosing!


Please leave comments about any of the SEVERAL magazines they have to offer. Which ones you like and don’t like so people get an actual cook’s review.

Gluten Free & More Magazine

Having a food allergy or sensitivity is difficult at best. Whether you’re allergic to wheat, dairy, eggs, fish, nuts or soy, you can feel different . . . Left out . . . Deprived. Living Withouts Gluten Free & More Magazine understands. It isn’t about learning how to avoid these foods. It’s about learning how good your life can be when you’re living well with Living without.

Please leave comments below if you subscribe to this magazine. That gives your reviews on whether you like it or not for others thinking about subscribing.

Food Network Magazine

  These recipes are from the chefs you see or watch on the Food Network Channel. Whether it’s a quick weeknight meal or planning a dinner party with friends, the Food Network Magazine reader loves to experiment with new ideas and a unique signature twist to every meal. 

What You Can Expect in Each Issue:
-He Made/She Made: Two Food Network personalities battle it out to see who makes the better dish.
-Copy That!: A famous item from a national restaurant is recreated each month.
-Out of the Box: You’ll be amazed at how many unique dishes can come from a boxed mix in your pantry!
-Weeknight & Weekend Dinners: Whether you have 30 minutes or 3 hours, make a delicious meal every night of the week.
-Flip This Dish: A Food Network star recreates a classic dish to match their style.

Please leave comments below if you have a subscription. Be sure to tell what you like and don’t like about the magazine.


Cooking With Paula Magazine

Celebrity chef Paula Deen shares her secrets for transforming ordinary meals into memorable occasions in Cooking with Paula Deen. In each issue, you will find entertaining tips, exciting new food preparation techniques and easy recipes for mouthwatering meals everyone is sure to love and no one will soon forget.


Please leave comments below if you get this magazine. It will be like reviews from one cook to others!


Taste Of The South Magazine

Taste of the South is filled with more than 60 wonderful recipes and delightful information on the South’s favorite foods. From selecting the freshest fruits and vegetables to learning from the region’s outstanding chefs, the topics found in Taste of the South cooking magazine make it an indispensable tool for cooks everywhere. The South sets itself apart with cuisine as rich in tradition as it is in taste. From simple lunchtime gatherings with a few close friends to elaborate backyard barbecues prepared for the extended family, there’s something about coming together over food that brings us closer to the ones we love. Celebrating the heritage of the South, Taste of the South invites readers to enjoy traditional Southern meals.


Please leave comments below if you get this magazine. Reviews on recipes from one cook to others!

Taste Of Home Magazine

In each issue of Taste of Home Magazine, you’ll find 100+ family-favorite recipes and tips – recipes from real cooks like you! Enjoy easy, tried-and-proven recipes, everyday ingredients, color photo of every dish, contest winners, 30-minute dishes, mom’s best recipes and more.

 Please review this magazine if you get it. Recipes from different home cooks need reviews from 1 home cook to others.