Fall in love with Sift magazine: our new issue is here!

Sift magazine fall 2016 via @kingarthurflour
Months in the making, the beautiful, colorful, fall issue of Sift magazine is here! Packed with more than 60 recipes and filled with adventures, it’s an issue you’ll want to get your hands on right away. Here’s a taste of some of the riches within its pages.

 

Sift magazine via @kingarthurflourLet’s go to the fair

It’s the time of year when creative bakers all over the land are putting their cakes, breads, and cookies on the line at fairs and festivals, hoping for blue-ribbon glory. King Arthur has been sponsoring these contests for years, and we’ve put together some of our favorite winning recipes for you to enjoy.

Sift magazine via @kingarthurflourSaucy and spectacular

Cool nights have us thinking about warm desserts, and our collection of pudding cakes fills the bill. You’ll find creative flavors such as Vanilla Bean, Gingerbread, Raspberry, and Caramel Pear pudding cakes, next to the more familiar Fudge and Lemon.

Sift magazine via @kingarthurflourPut some pumpkin through its paces

Sift magazine’s new fall issue features sweet and savory recipes that put pumpkin to work in classics such as the best Pumpkin Pie you’ve ever had, as well as flavorful dishes like an Afghan pumpkin stew called Borani Kadoo, and Pumpkin Parmesan Rugelach.

Sift magazine via @kingarthurflour

Beauty in the bog

Speaking of harvest, Jena Carlin shares the scene at her family’s cranberry farm in Wisconsin, and Jim Rude showcases recipes that put that brilliant red bounty to work.

Sift magazine via @kingarthurflourGrilled cheese greatness

Our collection of custom-designed, crafted breads and local artisan cheeses, carefully matched to bring this beloved staple to a whole new level of delectability.

Sift magazine via @kingarthurflourRecipes for pantry orphans

It happens to all of us. We buy an ingredient for a particular recipe, and after that one meal, it languishes in the refrigerator or pantry. For our Easy Recipes feature, we wrote some creative and tasty ideas to put those poor, abandoned ingredients to use.

Sift magazine via @kingarthurflourPastabilities

The glories of fresh restaurant pasta, brought to life in your kitchen. Fresh pasta is quicker to make and easier to enjoy than you might think.

Sift magazine via @kingarthurflourSo much more

Read the story of a family-owned mill in Washington that’s bringing freshly ground flour to school cafeterias. Drop in on a backyard make-your-own pizza party. Take a tour of Nashville’s baking scene with resident pastry wizard Lisa Donovan, explore the glories of baking with buttermilk, and bake with us as we share recipes built tasty on whole-grain goodness.

All the colors, richness, and flavor of fall are waiting for you in the new issue of Sift magazine. Pick up your copy and get lost in its pages today.

Susan Reid
About

Chef Susan Reid grew up in New Jersey, graduated from Bates College and the Culinary Institute of America, and is presently the Food Editor of Sift magazine. She does demos, appearances, and answers food (and baking) questions from all quarters.

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  1. Ro

    I found the magazine Sift while shopping at Costco. I have never seen this TREASURE displayed anywhere before. Nor have I seen it offered when ordering baking supplies from the King Arthur web site. Is there a way to order a subscription? If Sift is not a regularly offered magazine, is there a means to order back and future issues? I now know there are previous issues via this blog. Oh, the goodies I have missed! Perhaps the magazine could be offered at supermarkets that carry the King Arthur Flour brand, such as Weiss, Shoprite, Kings, Whole Foods, I.e. Local supermarkets for those of us who do not frequent nor visit Sam’s, Target, etc.

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    1. The Baker's Hotline

      We’re glad to hear you’ve discovered Sift! We hope it provides a whole trove of baking inspiration for you. There’s no subscription service currently available, but it comes out three times per year and can be ordered from our website at that time. (It ships for free!) It’s also available at bookstores, newsstands, and some grocery retailers. We don’t offer a pre-ordering feature, but you can order some of the past issues on our website here. Also be sure to check out this page, as we hope it helps answer some of the other questions you may have. Happy reading and happy baking! Kye@KAF

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