For a free cooking magazine sent several times a year go to http://www.kraftfoods.com/free It has great ideas and recipes.
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You can also go to kraftfoods.com and see the mag. there. I prefer to have it in hand but if you're unable to get it you can still see recipes online.
By Lisa W. (Guest Post)11/12/2008
I would like one of your free Kraft foods cook book.
By Della Joann Trahan (Guest Post)09/07/2008
Love the mag. that I got the other day.
By Rosalie (Guest Post)09/05/2008
Would like to receive your free cooking magazine
Editor's Note: Go to KraftFoods.com to request the magazine. We don't have any way to sign you up here at ThriftyFun
By kathy (Guest Post)09/04/2008
Just moved. Can't wait to get magazines again.
By mellisa magee (Guest Post)07/24/2008
I Like The MAGAZINE. I Like RECIPES IN THE BOOK.
By Wilfred Freeman (Guest Post)06/12/2008
l have tried to sign up for this but l don't see any provinces since l live in Canada. l know people here that get it & l would like to have it if l can.
My address is . . .
Editor's Note: We are not Kraft. Here is their website:
Here is their link:
By Joan (Guest Post)05/30/2008
TERRIFIC! Made this for our last party, It was a big hit. Made it again last night for dinner company, great response.
By Angela J. Woodard (Guest Post)05/16/2008
I would like to receive a free copy of your Magazine. . .
Editor's Note: We do not send this magazine. Go to:
By (Guest Post)11/12/2007
My sister gets your magazine and I would like to be put on your list to also get this magazine it is great.
Editor's Note: For some reason people think we send out Food and Family Magazine. We have NO AFFILIATION with Kraft but do receive their magazine and it is a good one. To sign up for it, go to:
By Brenda Cochran (Guest Post)10/06/2007
Many, many, many years ago I asked Kraft Foods for a recipe given on a TV show. They not only mailed me the one I asked for, but every one that had ever been on TV.
Fast Forward:--now I am receiving the magazine. What can I say? I own the Kraft Cook-book and have actually cooked my way from cover to cover.
What fun--Thanks for making this available to our families through the years.
By Judy (Guest Post)09/10/2005
I love the magazine. The recipes are great, the pictures are beautiful, and the hints and suggestions are terriffic. Unfortunately, I do have one complaint. Some of us have eyesight difficulties that make it very difficult to see and read some of the ink colors you use, such as the pale gray, pink and yellow. I'm sure I can't be the only one who has trouble with this.
By Susan Sanders-Kinzel06/15/2005
For some reason everyone thinks we are Kraft Food and Family Magazine. We are not. We've ordered it ourselves to find out what all the fuss is about. We get a lot of email about changing subscriptions to their magazine but we have no affiliation with them other than a link.
ThriftyFun is a tiny, family owned home based business who do our best to get information out about frugal, thrifty living.
Susan from ThriftyFun
Here are questions related to Free Cooking Magazine At KraftFoods.com.
How can I get those books that are sent to your house from Kraft Foods? They are call Food and Family Kraft foods.
By Mary Lou from Mc Allen TX
If no one comes up with an answer for you, you can contact Kraft via email and ask them. Here is a link to their contact page.
How can I receive free Kraft cooking magazines by mail?
By Marcellina B.10/19/2013
They are no longer free.
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