Taste of Home Magazine/Website?
That TOH community is… well don’t hate me for saying this but I feel like they’re all stuck in the 1950’s.
It’s great if that’s what you’re looking for… putting a jar of salsa and a brick of cream cheese over frozen chicken breasts in the crock pot isn’t my definition of dinner.
I feel like it’s 1950 suburban housewife food. (please don’t hate that I said that, I don’t mean it in a disparaging manner, different strokes for different folks and from what I can tell, there are MANY a folk who enjoy that kind of cooking.
The magazine is hilarious for the sheer volume of blow in cards alone. Every issue seemed to come with at least a dozen "Subscribe Now!" cards. By the time you ot rid of them and the other subscription and sales pitches packaged with it you didn't really have a lot of content.
This was true for the copies mailed to existing subscribers, I can't imagine what a newstand copy would be like. I'd be afraid to go to the website, if they follow the same business model it would be pop-up city.