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(article, Culinate staff)
Of course, we love the Web and the many, many sites and blogs dedicated to food. But we've also noticed that traditional food publications — you know, the kind printed on paper — keep sprouting up, especially indie pubs that are more labor of love than corporate venture. Rags such as literary journal Alimentum, for example, or the crowd-sourced manifesto Remedy Quarterly, or the locavore and DIY compendium known as Diner Journal. If you feel like curling up this winter with an old-fashioned publication, check 'em out.