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Holiday Parties Made Easy With Texture

The festive season is upon us, and that means lots of holiday parties to throw and to attend. Whether you’re the host or a guest, you’ll need lots of great food and drink ideas. Magazines are a great resource for all your party-planning needs, and there is no better way to access tons of great food-focused titles than through Texture.

With a subscription to Texture, you’ll have so many amazing magazines to help you make it through all your holiday parties. The November issue of Allrecipes magazine, for instance, is completely dedicated to pie making. In it, you’ll find recipes for everything from pumpkin pie to chocolate pecan. Best of all, each one has been reviewed and rated by Allrecipe’s huge online community.

Is a turkey the cornerstone of all your holiday meals? This month’s issue of Better Homes and Gardens can show you everything about the classic dish, from prepping your turkey to serving up the leftovers. To go with you perfect turkey, the magazine also has a whole story devoted to easy holiday baking.

Chatelaine gets right down to business with a big holiday party guide in their November issue. If that’s not enough help, they also have 59 festive recipe ideas.

Eating Well, which is always packed with healthy eating tips, has tons of ideas for the holidays. Put together a perfect cheese board, cook the most amazing side dishes, and bake healthier versions of your favourites. And if you’re not sure what to buy the foodie in your life, Eating Well also has great gift ideas for food lovers.

Figuring out what to feed someone who is gluten-free is never easy. Trust Gluten-Free Living to help you keep all your guests happy this holiday season, sans gluten. Their entire gift guide is gluten-free, and includes cookbooks and fun cocktail-based gifts.

Ricardo magazine will help you get through the season with every busy person’s favourite cooking tool: a slow cooker. The mag will show you how to make things like brownies and an entire turkey dinner in one.

Get all this and more with a subscription to Texture. Subscribing is risk-free, thanks to the 30-day free trial. Happy holidays!

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Lynn Hachette

Lynn Hachette began her career in journalism as a fashion columnist for her university newspaper, and her love for writing quickly developed. She went on to become a co-editor-in-chief of the newspaper, writing about everything from local politics to technology to popular culture. Lynn since completed her master’s in journalism, and has made a career out of her passion. She also loves reading, cooking, puppies and bad TV.

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