Fall Dinners, Solved, With Texture by Next Issue

Published On September 13, 2016 | By Millicent Epps | Business

The end of summer isn’t fun for anyone, but one welcome thing it brings for a lot of families is the return to a usual routine. The trouble with that, though, is that it means it’s also time to start thinking of crowd-pleasing, easy and fast meals to make as your schedule ramps up for Fall. New produce are in season now, too, so it can be hard to figure out what’s going to taste the best.

Lucky for you, tons of great titles are available through Texture by Next Issue. These online magazines have so many great ideas that can help ease your cooking stress. Allrecipes magazine is always a great one to turn to, and in their Fall issue they have great suggestions for super tasty Fall dinners, as well as recipes for the slow cooker, which can be a lifesaver after working a long day. Dinner aside, the Fall issue of Allrecipes also has some amazing ideas for speedy pre-school breakfasts.

Clean Eating magazine is packed with healthy, easy-to-follow recipes, and their Fall edition can help you prep for your entire week of eating all in one Sunday. And if eating clean sounds like it’s not in your budget, this one is their official budget issue so they have lots of ideas for eating healthy on the cheap!

EatingWell Magazine is another title that is ready to help you own Fall cooking, and not only does its issue have 49 fast recipes, but it also has 63 ideas for roast chicken. And when you’re done with the chicken, there’s a whole article on soups that take just 30 minutes to pull together.

You might have used magazines in the past for cooking, but what’s different about Texture and using digital magazines is that as long as you have a solid case for your laptop, you don’t have to worry about ruining the pages of your magazines.

And if that’s not enough, Texture by Next Issue is also offering a 30-day free trial for new subscribers, so you can get a feel for all their publications before you commit. There has never been a better time to go digital.

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