Gourmet.com to carry on the magazine's legacy.
Despite potential profits, a Cabernet just doesn't pair well with a value meal.
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"We use an inexpensive Italian espresso pot and Lavazza coffee, and he wakes me up with a latte every morning."
And they all had food on the mind, naturally.
"If you change a magazine too much, you risk pissing off a lot of your readers. If you don’t change it enough, you don’t give the press enough to write about."
'Gourmet Italian Kitchen' continues the 'Gourmet' special-edition series.
"I'm kind of an avocado fiend. They're like nature's butter."
A 'GQ' style editor will head up the troubled culinary mag.
The vice president and publisher of the company's food brands is out.
We follow up on the defunct magazine's masthead.
The President and First Lady don't care for a Slavic staple and a singer hopes her new tome will bring all the foodies to her yard.
The last twelve issues of Gourmet now cost $100.
The editor of 'Bon Appetit' embraces all flavors.
After killing 'Gourmet', Condé is said to have cut staff at 'Bon Appétit.'
Plus, Burger King gets a new look, the newest ladies-man chef, and more, in our daily news roundup.
Condé Nast pulls the plug on the beloved magazine.
Plus: Graydon Carter slums in the cafeteria, and counterfeit wine in Italy, all in our morning news roundup.