Food Cooking Drink Magazines

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  • Mold

    £16.00


    MOLD Magazine is the first print magazine about the future of food. Each issue of the bi-annual magazine will focus on a different theme ranging from fermentation to food waste, new agricultural systems to dining furniture.  thisismold.com
    MOLD is a new anti-foodie food magazine with strong opinions—and design to match.” – AIGA
    “[MOLD] magazine promises to be a holistic outpour of design ingenuity and mental superfood for contemplating our future.” – VICE Creators


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  • Plant ,The

    £16.00

    Besides providing botanical contents in a simple, personal and cosy way; The Plant offers a new look at greenery by featuring the works of many creative people who share a love for plants. As a curious observer of ordinary plants and other greenery, the magazine presents a monograph on a specific plant; bringing together photographers, illustrators, designers, musicians, writers and visual artists from all over the world.

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  • Pit

    £6.00

    Pit is a food magazine that explores the global traditions of cooking using age-old open-fire methods. There’s a need for a magazine like Pit, with new restaurants, major festivals and artisan butchers opening all the time. According to the most recent available analysis for The Grocer, there were 115.3 million barbecues in the UK in 2016, a rise of 8.4%. Market researchers GfK reported 12% outdoor furniture and barbecue growth in 2017. Pit is a small format magazine, but it packs a punch. Every cover is printed in a fluorescent pantone, and the insides are full of commissioned illustrations and photography. Our first issue in 2017 sold out and was shortlisted for launch of the year in the Stack Awards.

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  • Petits Propos Culinares [PPC]

    £7.00

    Petits Propos Culinaires is an international journal containing essays and notes on food, cookery and cookery books, with particular emphasis on the history of food. Learn More
  • Gourmand, The

    £12.00

    The Gourmand is an award winning, biannual food and culture journal. 
    Each issue features 120 pages of specially commissioned words and images—The Gourmand's content is creative, timeless and exclusive. The journal is printed on high quality papers by specialist art book printers. 
    Founded in 2011 by David Lane and Marina Tweed, The Gourmand is published by Lane & Associates Ltd. 

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  • World of Fine Wine

    £30.00

    Named Louis Roederer International Wine Publication of the Year three years running (2010, 2011 and 2012), The World of Fine Wine is an award-winning magazine speaking to an international readership of discerning individuals who each share a passion for wine. It takes a sophisticated approach to the assessment of fine wine that is neither dominated by fad or fashion, nor one individual palate, nor the latest over-hyped wines. The publication appeals to a broad spectrum of wine lovers because of the range of subject matter covered and the quality and depth of the articles written on these academic topics. The go-to place for the global fine wine aficionado. Cover Price: £30.00 Learn More
  • Fatboy Zine

    £8.00

    Fatboy zine is a greedy attempt to document a very small part of asian food

    It is a personal documentation of how food, culture and growing up impact on each other. Issue 1 consists of 9 recipes from Hong Kong and the Philippines, this first issue of FatBoy Zine looks at the connection between location and culture and how "fusion" food can be a misleading term for some.

    The recipes in this issue include the Philippine staple Adobo, and Chinese fried chicken.

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        28 pgs, 21 × 14.8 cm, Softcover, 2019,
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  • Journal du The

    £18.00

    Journal du Thé (JdT) invites the reader to explore contemporary tea culture. Created and edited by Johanna Tagada and Tilmann S. Wendelstein in 2018, Journal du Thé wonders what is it that makes tea into this force which lets us slow down and grants serene moments to our lives. It is said, that what makes a teapot a teapot is the empty space inside. Likewise this publication sets out to explore space – in this case the space surrounding a cup of tea. With a curious and playful eye, Journal du Thé investigates the palette
of cultures and feelings contained within tea practices and their power to overcome borders. For us, tea is a symbol of togetherness.

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