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PHOTOS: Food Magazines & Periodicals Rundown

The Huffington Post     First Posted: 07/22/10 01:02 PM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 06:10 PM ET

Despite the hand-wringing over the folding of Gourmet in 2009, many food magazines are doing quite well, and many more publications are out there than you might have known, from ad-free periodicals with spectacular writing and images like Art of Eating and Gastronomica, to niche-but-lovable publications like Meatpaper. And the departed Gourmet? Even that's coming back, sort of. Below you'll find a rundown of most American food magazines and periodicals, with some internationally published ones thrown in for good measure, too.

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The magazine, launched in the late 1990s and published in New York City by World Publications, is known for their long features and essays about local cuisines around the world. Saveur's publisher Merri Lee Kingsly stirred up some buzz in late 2009 by speaking out on why she thinks her magazine was able to weather the recession while Gourmet was not. She blamed Gourmet for not sticking to their mission. As she told Forbes:

They ran the word "inexpensive" in huge letters on the cover. Another issue had a sweepstakes offer. I'm not sure how that fits with a magazine about "good living."

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