Condé Nast will produce three "special edition" magazines built around recipes that were published in Gourmet
before its demise last year. The first, called Gourmet Quick Kitchen, is made
up of 81 fast recipes, freshened up with new photography, kitchen hints and menus that suggest wine pairings. Edited by one mag veteran, Kempe Minifie, along with Catherine Kelley, the 128-page
magazine goes on sale at some newsstands and at the Condé Nast store on Sept. 7 for $10.99.
"We think Gourmet readers will be thrilled once they see this on the newsstand," said
Frederika Brookfield, a spokesperson for the publisher. Gourmet Quick Kitchen has no paid advertisements, although Brookfield said that future editions might.
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