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‘Gourmet’ Back in Print

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They just can’t quit you Gourmet.

After shutting the magazine down nearly a year ago, Conde Naste is bringing the brand back to print for something they’re calling “Gourmet Quick Kitchen.” Set to launch on September 7, the effort compiles 81 recipes from previous Gourmet mags into a cookbook with a $10.99 cover price.

Here’s what the Gourmet site has to say about the matter:

As this issue of Gourmet Quick Kitchen will show, we favor convenience–a word we’d like to hereby reclaim from fast-food chains and frozen-dinner packaging–having discovered over the years that there’s nothing more convenient than fresh herbs or in-season vegetables, which need only the gentlest coaxing to release their miraculous flavors, or tender meat and seafood that cooks up in the time it takes to set the table. We think once you look inside, you’ll agree: Simplicity is not a shortcut, and speed requires no compromise. On the contrary, they’re the key to living deliciously every day.

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