Honest Cooking Launches iPad Food Magazine Without Recipes

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Honest Cooking, the global food website featuring almost 400 famous food bloggers, launches iPad food magazine completely without recipes.

Honest Cooking iPad Magazine

Honest Cooking Magazine Cover

With long articles about weird and wonderful food personalities and phenomena from around the world, it is the kind of magazine we always wanted to read ourselves.

Today, Honest Cooking Magazine was launched in the Apple Newsstand. The free iPad magazine is the brainchild of food website Honest Cooking (http://www.honestcooking.com), an award winning website covering food and drink related topics and recipes from across the globe. Powered by almost 400 contributors around the world, Honest Cooking launched in March 2011, and it has quickly become a tour de force in the food media industry. But where the website features both stories and recipes, Honest Cooking Magazine is completely focused on long stories.

  • The Honest Cooking Magazine, is a completely different animal than the Honest Cooking website. With long articles about weird and wonderful food personalities and phenomena from around the world, it is the kind of food magazine we always wanted to read ourselves, says founder and editor in chief Kalle Bergman.

Honest Cooking Magazine is unique in the world of food magazines, in the sense that it actually does not feature one single recipe.

  • If you want recipes, come to our website, or any of the millions of websites out there that focus on just that. But if you are seriously interested in food, chefs, cooking, restaurants and drinks - we hope that you will love the longer articles in the iPad magazine. It might be a little geeky, but it's not deep or difficult. It's fun, even if you're not a die hard foodie, says Kalle Bergman.

The Honest Cooking Magazine is available for free download at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/honest-cooking-magazine/id590660455?ls=1&mt=8

ARTICLES IN HONEST COOKING MAGAZINE, ISSUE 1

12 Hour New York Dim Sum Rally
By Lars Hinnerskov - Photo by Eric Isaac

Grant Achatz - The Storyteller
By Maya Parson - Photo by Grant Kessler

Natural - The Wine Bandits
By Christina Pickard

Bistronomy - How French Cuisine Was Saved
By Katrina Meynink

Homeboy - From Gang Member to Chef
By Jackie Dodd

Noah Charney on Monkey Butt Coffee
By Noah Charney

Beer & Wings - North Korean Hospitality in Cambodia
By James Houston

One Man Makes a Stand
By Jessie Bryson Chien

The Black and White World of Truffles
By Sasha Gora

Cheers to the Cooks
By Marissa Sertich - Photo by Paul O'Hanlon

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