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Yahoo Shutters Its Food Section


As part of its plan to narrow its focus and ‘increase efficiency in 2016 and beyond,’ Yahoo will shut down Yahoo Food

Yahoo’s strategy is part of its transformation to ‘dramatically brighten [its] future.’

Yahoo Food, the digital food offshoot from the search giant, has been placed on the chopping block as part of massive cuts, one of its editors has confirmed. Yahoo’s editor in chief is Kerry Diamond, the founder of Cherry Bombe.

Earlier this year, Yahoo at large announced that it would cut 15 percent of its workforce and to pursue a “reverse spin” that would allow the struggling company to simplify, “narrowing its focus on areas of strength to better fuel growth, drive revenue and increase efficiency in 2016 and beyond.” The company’s new plan will shutter all of Yahoo’s online magazines, of which there are 15 in total. Some of those magazine topics will be incorporated into Yahoo News.

Over the last several months, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has been blamed for a number of poor leadership decisions and the company’s steeply declining morale. Yahoo’s activist investors, like Starboard Value, have campaigned for new management and a change in strategy.

One recent New York Times profile of the company even compared Mayer to Eva Peron, “the former first lady of Argentina whose outsize ego and climb to power and wealth were chronicled in the musical of that name.”

The move will displace a team of editors including Stephanie Smith, the woman who famously accepted her boyfriend’s challenge of making him 300 unique sandwiches in order to get a proposal. He proposed at sandwich 256, and the exposure helped Smith, once a reporter at Page Six, to be appointed Yahoo’s senior food editor.


The 12 Most Anticipated Cookbooks Of 2021

It's a new year which means there are so many to look forward to! Here's what our editors are excited about in the world of cookbooks. This is a round-up of the ones we're most looking forward to devouring in 2021, listed in alphabetical order of the authors' last names. You can preorder almost all of them now&mdashso get to it!

In Eat Better, Feel Better Giada shares her experience changing her relationship with food and 100 recipes that she says boost gut health and immunity. The personal book and recipe guide have been 10 years in the making and many of the recipes are dairy-free, sugar-free, and gluten-free.

The past year has been hard enough, no? Give yourself a break. Make your life easier. Get a meal prep bible so comprehensive that you'll not stress (about menus, at least) for the rest of 2021. Plus, do you not hear "mustard-crusted mini meatloaves" and just shriek with need!?

You may have noticed the whole plant-based way of life that every third person in your life is obsessed with isn't going anywhere. Enter: Hsiao-Ching Chou's forthcoming book, a comprehensive guide through the Chinese food you so often crave, but in an entirely vegetable-focused way.

If you've been following Jake on Instagram for a while, the news of this cookbook is no surprise, but what it entails might be: The guy is combining all your favorite secular flavors and moshing them masterfully with Jewish classics. Cacio e pepe rugelach? I die! So proud!

This is a reprinting of Padma's very successful 2007 cookbook. Looking at it through a new, more 2020 lens (she's now the host of multiple shows and an NYT best-selling author) is such a fun journey.

The best cookbooks, many would argue, are not just recipes&mdashthey're trips, stories, experiences. Betty Liu accomplishes all of those things, bringing the reader along on a year-long ride through Shanghai and its food.

Do. I really need to explain why you're going to want this cookbook? It takes a look at how each of these European staples are made, from harvest to fermentation.

Alejandro Ruiz's gorgeous cookbook breaks Oaxacan food down into three parts: the classics, the coastal fare, and the modern day cuisine you know and love. It's also got a foreword by Enrique Olvera who's been featured on many a food TV show and is chef-owner at award-winning restaurants.

I would have been good with just one or two very good suggestions from Martha Stewart about. anything, but, sure, yeah, I'll take the 500 tips for a better life she's offering up here.


The 12 Most Anticipated Cookbooks Of 2021

It's a new year which means there are so many to look forward to! Here's what our editors are excited about in the world of cookbooks. This is a round-up of the ones we're most looking forward to devouring in 2021, listed in alphabetical order of the authors' last names. You can preorder almost all of them now&mdashso get to it!

In Eat Better, Feel Better Giada shares her experience changing her relationship with food and 100 recipes that she says boost gut health and immunity. The personal book and recipe guide have been 10 years in the making and many of the recipes are dairy-free, sugar-free, and gluten-free.

The past year has been hard enough, no? Give yourself a break. Make your life easier. Get a meal prep bible so comprehensive that you'll not stress (about menus, at least) for the rest of 2021. Plus, do you not hear "mustard-crusted mini meatloaves" and just shriek with need!?

You may have noticed the whole plant-based way of life that every third person in your life is obsessed with isn't going anywhere. Enter: Hsiao-Ching Chou's forthcoming book, a comprehensive guide through the Chinese food you so often crave, but in an entirely vegetable-focused way.

If you've been following Jake on Instagram for a while, the news of this cookbook is no surprise, but what it entails might be: The guy is combining all your favorite secular flavors and moshing them masterfully with Jewish classics. Cacio e pepe rugelach? I die! So proud!

This is a reprinting of Padma's very successful 2007 cookbook. Looking at it through a new, more 2020 lens (she's now the host of multiple shows and an NYT best-selling author) is such a fun journey.

The best cookbooks, many would argue, are not just recipes&mdashthey're trips, stories, experiences. Betty Liu accomplishes all of those things, bringing the reader along on a year-long ride through Shanghai and its food.

Do. I really need to explain why you're going to want this cookbook? It takes a look at how each of these European staples are made, from harvest to fermentation.

Alejandro Ruiz's gorgeous cookbook breaks Oaxacan food down into three parts: the classics, the coastal fare, and the modern day cuisine you know and love. It's also got a foreword by Enrique Olvera who's been featured on many a food TV show and is chef-owner at award-winning restaurants.

I would have been good with just one or two very good suggestions from Martha Stewart about. anything, but, sure, yeah, I'll take the 500 tips for a better life she's offering up here.


The 12 Most Anticipated Cookbooks Of 2021

It's a new year which means there are so many to look forward to! Here's what our editors are excited about in the world of cookbooks. This is a round-up of the ones we're most looking forward to devouring in 2021, listed in alphabetical order of the authors' last names. You can preorder almost all of them now&mdashso get to it!

In Eat Better, Feel Better Giada shares her experience changing her relationship with food and 100 recipes that she says boost gut health and immunity. The personal book and recipe guide have been 10 years in the making and many of the recipes are dairy-free, sugar-free, and gluten-free.

The past year has been hard enough, no? Give yourself a break. Make your life easier. Get a meal prep bible so comprehensive that you'll not stress (about menus, at least) for the rest of 2021. Plus, do you not hear "mustard-crusted mini meatloaves" and just shriek with need!?

You may have noticed the whole plant-based way of life that every third person in your life is obsessed with isn't going anywhere. Enter: Hsiao-Ching Chou's forthcoming book, a comprehensive guide through the Chinese food you so often crave, but in an entirely vegetable-focused way.

If you've been following Jake on Instagram for a while, the news of this cookbook is no surprise, but what it entails might be: The guy is combining all your favorite secular flavors and moshing them masterfully with Jewish classics. Cacio e pepe rugelach? I die! So proud!

This is a reprinting of Padma's very successful 2007 cookbook. Looking at it through a new, more 2020 lens (she's now the host of multiple shows and an NYT best-selling author) is such a fun journey.

The best cookbooks, many would argue, are not just recipes&mdashthey're trips, stories, experiences. Betty Liu accomplishes all of those things, bringing the reader along on a year-long ride through Shanghai and its food.

Do. I really need to explain why you're going to want this cookbook? It takes a look at how each of these European staples are made, from harvest to fermentation.

Alejandro Ruiz's gorgeous cookbook breaks Oaxacan food down into three parts: the classics, the coastal fare, and the modern day cuisine you know and love. It's also got a foreword by Enrique Olvera who's been featured on many a food TV show and is chef-owner at award-winning restaurants.

I would have been good with just one or two very good suggestions from Martha Stewart about. anything, but, sure, yeah, I'll take the 500 tips for a better life she's offering up here.


The 12 Most Anticipated Cookbooks Of 2021

It's a new year which means there are so many to look forward to! Here's what our editors are excited about in the world of cookbooks. This is a round-up of the ones we're most looking forward to devouring in 2021, listed in alphabetical order of the authors' last names. You can preorder almost all of them now&mdashso get to it!

In Eat Better, Feel Better Giada shares her experience changing her relationship with food and 100 recipes that she says boost gut health and immunity. The personal book and recipe guide have been 10 years in the making and many of the recipes are dairy-free, sugar-free, and gluten-free.

The past year has been hard enough, no? Give yourself a break. Make your life easier. Get a meal prep bible so comprehensive that you'll not stress (about menus, at least) for the rest of 2021. Plus, do you not hear "mustard-crusted mini meatloaves" and just shriek with need!?

You may have noticed the whole plant-based way of life that every third person in your life is obsessed with isn't going anywhere. Enter: Hsiao-Ching Chou's forthcoming book, a comprehensive guide through the Chinese food you so often crave, but in an entirely vegetable-focused way.

If you've been following Jake on Instagram for a while, the news of this cookbook is no surprise, but what it entails might be: The guy is combining all your favorite secular flavors and moshing them masterfully with Jewish classics. Cacio e pepe rugelach? I die! So proud!

This is a reprinting of Padma's very successful 2007 cookbook. Looking at it through a new, more 2020 lens (she's now the host of multiple shows and an NYT best-selling author) is such a fun journey.

The best cookbooks, many would argue, are not just recipes&mdashthey're trips, stories, experiences. Betty Liu accomplishes all of those things, bringing the reader along on a year-long ride through Shanghai and its food.

Do. I really need to explain why you're going to want this cookbook? It takes a look at how each of these European staples are made, from harvest to fermentation.

Alejandro Ruiz's gorgeous cookbook breaks Oaxacan food down into three parts: the classics, the coastal fare, and the modern day cuisine you know and love. It's also got a foreword by Enrique Olvera who's been featured on many a food TV show and is chef-owner at award-winning restaurants.

I would have been good with just one or two very good suggestions from Martha Stewart about. anything, but, sure, yeah, I'll take the 500 tips for a better life she's offering up here.


The 12 Most Anticipated Cookbooks Of 2021

It's a new year which means there are so many to look forward to! Here's what our editors are excited about in the world of cookbooks. This is a round-up of the ones we're most looking forward to devouring in 2021, listed in alphabetical order of the authors' last names. You can preorder almost all of them now&mdashso get to it!

In Eat Better, Feel Better Giada shares her experience changing her relationship with food and 100 recipes that she says boost gut health and immunity. The personal book and recipe guide have been 10 years in the making and many of the recipes are dairy-free, sugar-free, and gluten-free.

The past year has been hard enough, no? Give yourself a break. Make your life easier. Get a meal prep bible so comprehensive that you'll not stress (about menus, at least) for the rest of 2021. Plus, do you not hear "mustard-crusted mini meatloaves" and just shriek with need!?

You may have noticed the whole plant-based way of life that every third person in your life is obsessed with isn't going anywhere. Enter: Hsiao-Ching Chou's forthcoming book, a comprehensive guide through the Chinese food you so often crave, but in an entirely vegetable-focused way.

If you've been following Jake on Instagram for a while, the news of this cookbook is no surprise, but what it entails might be: The guy is combining all your favorite secular flavors and moshing them masterfully with Jewish classics. Cacio e pepe rugelach? I die! So proud!

This is a reprinting of Padma's very successful 2007 cookbook. Looking at it through a new, more 2020 lens (she's now the host of multiple shows and an NYT best-selling author) is such a fun journey.

The best cookbooks, many would argue, are not just recipes&mdashthey're trips, stories, experiences. Betty Liu accomplishes all of those things, bringing the reader along on a year-long ride through Shanghai and its food.

Do. I really need to explain why you're going to want this cookbook? It takes a look at how each of these European staples are made, from harvest to fermentation.

Alejandro Ruiz's gorgeous cookbook breaks Oaxacan food down into three parts: the classics, the coastal fare, and the modern day cuisine you know and love. It's also got a foreword by Enrique Olvera who's been featured on many a food TV show and is chef-owner at award-winning restaurants.

I would have been good with just one or two very good suggestions from Martha Stewart about. anything, but, sure, yeah, I'll take the 500 tips for a better life she's offering up here.


The 12 Most Anticipated Cookbooks Of 2021

It's a new year which means there are so many to look forward to! Here's what our editors are excited about in the world of cookbooks. This is a round-up of the ones we're most looking forward to devouring in 2021, listed in alphabetical order of the authors' last names. You can preorder almost all of them now&mdashso get to it!

In Eat Better, Feel Better Giada shares her experience changing her relationship with food and 100 recipes that she says boost gut health and immunity. The personal book and recipe guide have been 10 years in the making and many of the recipes are dairy-free, sugar-free, and gluten-free.

The past year has been hard enough, no? Give yourself a break. Make your life easier. Get a meal prep bible so comprehensive that you'll not stress (about menus, at least) for the rest of 2021. Plus, do you not hear "mustard-crusted mini meatloaves" and just shriek with need!?

You may have noticed the whole plant-based way of life that every third person in your life is obsessed with isn't going anywhere. Enter: Hsiao-Ching Chou's forthcoming book, a comprehensive guide through the Chinese food you so often crave, but in an entirely vegetable-focused way.

If you've been following Jake on Instagram for a while, the news of this cookbook is no surprise, but what it entails might be: The guy is combining all your favorite secular flavors and moshing them masterfully with Jewish classics. Cacio e pepe rugelach? I die! So proud!

This is a reprinting of Padma's very successful 2007 cookbook. Looking at it through a new, more 2020 lens (she's now the host of multiple shows and an NYT best-selling author) is such a fun journey.

The best cookbooks, many would argue, are not just recipes&mdashthey're trips, stories, experiences. Betty Liu accomplishes all of those things, bringing the reader along on a year-long ride through Shanghai and its food.

Do. I really need to explain why you're going to want this cookbook? It takes a look at how each of these European staples are made, from harvest to fermentation.

Alejandro Ruiz's gorgeous cookbook breaks Oaxacan food down into three parts: the classics, the coastal fare, and the modern day cuisine you know and love. It's also got a foreword by Enrique Olvera who's been featured on many a food TV show and is chef-owner at award-winning restaurants.

I would have been good with just one or two very good suggestions from Martha Stewart about. anything, but, sure, yeah, I'll take the 500 tips for a better life she's offering up here.


The 12 Most Anticipated Cookbooks Of 2021

It's a new year which means there are so many to look forward to! Here's what our editors are excited about in the world of cookbooks. This is a round-up of the ones we're most looking forward to devouring in 2021, listed in alphabetical order of the authors' last names. You can preorder almost all of them now&mdashso get to it!

In Eat Better, Feel Better Giada shares her experience changing her relationship with food and 100 recipes that she says boost gut health and immunity. The personal book and recipe guide have been 10 years in the making and many of the recipes are dairy-free, sugar-free, and gluten-free.

The past year has been hard enough, no? Give yourself a break. Make your life easier. Get a meal prep bible so comprehensive that you'll not stress (about menus, at least) for the rest of 2021. Plus, do you not hear "mustard-crusted mini meatloaves" and just shriek with need!?

You may have noticed the whole plant-based way of life that every third person in your life is obsessed with isn't going anywhere. Enter: Hsiao-Ching Chou's forthcoming book, a comprehensive guide through the Chinese food you so often crave, but in an entirely vegetable-focused way.

If you've been following Jake on Instagram for a while, the news of this cookbook is no surprise, but what it entails might be: The guy is combining all your favorite secular flavors and moshing them masterfully with Jewish classics. Cacio e pepe rugelach? I die! So proud!

This is a reprinting of Padma's very successful 2007 cookbook. Looking at it through a new, more 2020 lens (she's now the host of multiple shows and an NYT best-selling author) is such a fun journey.

The best cookbooks, many would argue, are not just recipes&mdashthey're trips, stories, experiences. Betty Liu accomplishes all of those things, bringing the reader along on a year-long ride through Shanghai and its food.

Do. I really need to explain why you're going to want this cookbook? It takes a look at how each of these European staples are made, from harvest to fermentation.

Alejandro Ruiz's gorgeous cookbook breaks Oaxacan food down into three parts: the classics, the coastal fare, and the modern day cuisine you know and love. It's also got a foreword by Enrique Olvera who's been featured on many a food TV show and is chef-owner at award-winning restaurants.

I would have been good with just one or two very good suggestions from Martha Stewart about. anything, but, sure, yeah, I'll take the 500 tips for a better life she's offering up here.


The 12 Most Anticipated Cookbooks Of 2021

It's a new year which means there are so many to look forward to! Here's what our editors are excited about in the world of cookbooks. This is a round-up of the ones we're most looking forward to devouring in 2021, listed in alphabetical order of the authors' last names. You can preorder almost all of them now&mdashso get to it!

In Eat Better, Feel Better Giada shares her experience changing her relationship with food and 100 recipes that she says boost gut health and immunity. The personal book and recipe guide have been 10 years in the making and many of the recipes are dairy-free, sugar-free, and gluten-free.

The past year has been hard enough, no? Give yourself a break. Make your life easier. Get a meal prep bible so comprehensive that you'll not stress (about menus, at least) for the rest of 2021. Plus, do you not hear "mustard-crusted mini meatloaves" and just shriek with need!?

You may have noticed the whole plant-based way of life that every third person in your life is obsessed with isn't going anywhere. Enter: Hsiao-Ching Chou's forthcoming book, a comprehensive guide through the Chinese food you so often crave, but in an entirely vegetable-focused way.

If you've been following Jake on Instagram for a while, the news of this cookbook is no surprise, but what it entails might be: The guy is combining all your favorite secular flavors and moshing them masterfully with Jewish classics. Cacio e pepe rugelach? I die! So proud!

This is a reprinting of Padma's very successful 2007 cookbook. Looking at it through a new, more 2020 lens (she's now the host of multiple shows and an NYT best-selling author) is such a fun journey.

The best cookbooks, many would argue, are not just recipes&mdashthey're trips, stories, experiences. Betty Liu accomplishes all of those things, bringing the reader along on a year-long ride through Shanghai and its food.

Do. I really need to explain why you're going to want this cookbook? It takes a look at how each of these European staples are made, from harvest to fermentation.

Alejandro Ruiz's gorgeous cookbook breaks Oaxacan food down into three parts: the classics, the coastal fare, and the modern day cuisine you know and love. It's also got a foreword by Enrique Olvera who's been featured on many a food TV show and is chef-owner at award-winning restaurants.

I would have been good with just one or two very good suggestions from Martha Stewart about. anything, but, sure, yeah, I'll take the 500 tips for a better life she's offering up here.


The 12 Most Anticipated Cookbooks Of 2021

It's a new year which means there are so many to look forward to! Here's what our editors are excited about in the world of cookbooks. This is a round-up of the ones we're most looking forward to devouring in 2021, listed in alphabetical order of the authors' last names. You can preorder almost all of them now&mdashso get to it!

In Eat Better, Feel Better Giada shares her experience changing her relationship with food and 100 recipes that she says boost gut health and immunity. The personal book and recipe guide have been 10 years in the making and many of the recipes are dairy-free, sugar-free, and gluten-free.

The past year has been hard enough, no? Give yourself a break. Make your life easier. Get a meal prep bible so comprehensive that you'll not stress (about menus, at least) for the rest of 2021. Plus, do you not hear "mustard-crusted mini meatloaves" and just shriek with need!?

You may have noticed the whole plant-based way of life that every third person in your life is obsessed with isn't going anywhere. Enter: Hsiao-Ching Chou's forthcoming book, a comprehensive guide through the Chinese food you so often crave, but in an entirely vegetable-focused way.

If you've been following Jake on Instagram for a while, the news of this cookbook is no surprise, but what it entails might be: The guy is combining all your favorite secular flavors and moshing them masterfully with Jewish classics. Cacio e pepe rugelach? I die! So proud!

This is a reprinting of Padma's very successful 2007 cookbook. Looking at it through a new, more 2020 lens (she's now the host of multiple shows and an NYT best-selling author) is such a fun journey.

The best cookbooks, many would argue, are not just recipes&mdashthey're trips, stories, experiences. Betty Liu accomplishes all of those things, bringing the reader along on a year-long ride through Shanghai and its food.

Do. I really need to explain why you're going to want this cookbook? It takes a look at how each of these European staples are made, from harvest to fermentation.

Alejandro Ruiz's gorgeous cookbook breaks Oaxacan food down into three parts: the classics, the coastal fare, and the modern day cuisine you know and love. It's also got a foreword by Enrique Olvera who's been featured on many a food TV show and is chef-owner at award-winning restaurants.

I would have been good with just one or two very good suggestions from Martha Stewart about. anything, but, sure, yeah, I'll take the 500 tips for a better life she's offering up here.


The 12 Most Anticipated Cookbooks Of 2021

It's a new year which means there are so many to look forward to! Here's what our editors are excited about in the world of cookbooks. This is a round-up of the ones we're most looking forward to devouring in 2021, listed in alphabetical order of the authors' last names. You can preorder almost all of them now&mdashso get to it!

In Eat Better, Feel Better Giada shares her experience changing her relationship with food and 100 recipes that she says boost gut health and immunity. The personal book and recipe guide have been 10 years in the making and many of the recipes are dairy-free, sugar-free, and gluten-free.

The past year has been hard enough, no? Give yourself a break. Make your life easier. Get a meal prep bible so comprehensive that you'll not stress (about menus, at least) for the rest of 2021. Plus, do you not hear "mustard-crusted mini meatloaves" and just shriek with need!?

You may have noticed the whole plant-based way of life that every third person in your life is obsessed with isn't going anywhere. Enter: Hsiao-Ching Chou's forthcoming book, a comprehensive guide through the Chinese food you so often crave, but in an entirely vegetable-focused way.

If you've been following Jake on Instagram for a while, the news of this cookbook is no surprise, but what it entails might be: The guy is combining all your favorite secular flavors and moshing them masterfully with Jewish classics. Cacio e pepe rugelach? I die! So proud!

This is a reprinting of Padma's very successful 2007 cookbook. Looking at it through a new, more 2020 lens (she's now the host of multiple shows and an NYT best-selling author) is such a fun journey.

The best cookbooks, many would argue, are not just recipes&mdashthey're trips, stories, experiences. Betty Liu accomplishes all of those things, bringing the reader along on a year-long ride through Shanghai and its food.

Do. I really need to explain why you're going to want this cookbook? It takes a look at how each of these European staples are made, from harvest to fermentation.

Alejandro Ruiz's gorgeous cookbook breaks Oaxacan food down into three parts: the classics, the coastal fare, and the modern day cuisine you know and love. It's also got a foreword by Enrique Olvera who's been featured on many a food TV show and is chef-owner at award-winning restaurants.

I would have been good with just one or two very good suggestions from Martha Stewart about. anything, but, sure, yeah, I'll take the 500 tips for a better life she's offering up here.


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