When is a Hand Not a Hand
How to Choose Things
A Meal to Consider
Coolio is King
In Bread With
Food Dye Chromatography
A Day in the Life of Molar Dent
It is too simple a thing to look at one part of a culture – food or art or vintage cars or those people who describe expensive coffees as having “grassy notes” – when a culture is the combination of many different things working in concert.
With this in mind we’ve launched a journal which looks at the entire human experience piece by piece; subjecting it to sometimes forensic, sometimes scathing, sometimes interesting analysis from the world’s finest minds (these obviously outsourced).
Our first issue looks at the culture of food. This is not to say we will be discussing what may come after the cupcake, or microbial terroir. We will not be thinking long and hard about the merits and demerits of sea-water foams. We will not use the word ‘mouthfeel’.
So, having established what the magazine does not contain, here’s what it does: this first issue is full of interesting essays, editorials, interviews, shoots and stories that revolve in some way (often the slightest and weirdest way) around food. The consumables.
Our next issue may dither nervously around the subject of TV.