Friday, October 12, 2012

Dining In with Memphis

Posted By on Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 11:25 AM

So, I was talking to Memphis magazine's reader services director Kristin about giving magazine subscriptions as presents. We are pro. (Duh!) They are both fun to receive and easy and cheap to give. The question on giving is whether or not you're on the hook to renew said subscriptions for the rest of your life. I say no.

But on to the point, which is the super sweet holiday premium being offered by Memphis magazine this holiday season: Dining In with Memphis: A collection of local recipes from the pages of Memphis magazine.

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This smartly designed cookbook features recipes from local restaurants that ran in Memphis magazine's dining section from 2006 to 2010.

The chocolate chess pie from the Silver Caboose is drool-worthy, and the ratatouille with toasted (!) quinoa from the old Lolo's Table is very intriguing. Other restaurants represented: Beauty Shop, The Brushmark, Flight, Folk's Folly, Brother Juniper's, La Tourelle, and many more.

Now, here's the deal. The ONLY way to get Dining In with Memphis is by subscribing to or renewing your subscription to Memphis magazine.

Subscriptions are $15 per year, $28 for 2 years, and $36 for 3 years. All gift subscriptions come with a cookbook. Those renewing their subscriptions can get a cookbook by entering the promo code HOL12H.

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