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Ambrosia Magazine Volume 6 (London)
Ambrosia Magazine Volume 6 takes us to London, the capital of the United Kingdom, best known as the seat of the former British Empire, replete with footballers, bleak weather, double-decker buses, red telephone booths, and a truly global food culture. This issue unearths the history of the region’s eating culture, from the quintessential Sunday roast to front-of-house hospitality when you live in the city of the royal family. Ambrosia, Volume 6: London is a must-have for health-conscious food and travel lovers alike. Featuring stories from James Lowe, Tomos Parry, Heston Blumenthal, Lee Tiernan, among many other chefs, vendors, maitre d’s, and more, this issue will transport readers to London—Europe’s most touristed city and home to one of the world’s most deeply entrenched fine-dining scenes in the country on one end, as well as a ballooning community of immigrant-owned restaurants on the other—where the diversity of its residents and the lingering question over British identity from Brexit makes it one of the world’s most interesting and dynamic places to access and eat right now.
Gather Journal No. 9 (The 1970s)
Gather Journal No. 9 turns back time to the 1970s. Chapters, and their accompanying menus, are arranged by genre: television, music, film, style, and one dedicated to David Bowie who is really a genre unto himself. There’s a sweet feature on the iconic hairstyles of the 1970s, and a story about the golden era of porn, complete with a sexy fruit centerfold (peel it out and pin it up). You’ll also find text musings on everything from the cookbooks that defined the decade to the crockpot, the genius of Norman Lear to the short-lived, but much-loved Viva magazine.
Table Magazine Issue 2
In Volume Two of Table we focus on an ingredient that many of us could not cook without -the Lemon. This issue is packed full of double the number of recipes in Volume One, giving you even more to try in your own home kitchen. We are especially proud of our photo series by Creative Director, Ola O Smit, who shares her travel polaroids with recipe developer Ellie Mulligan, to create recipes based off of these images. Photographer Sam Harris takes us to the shores of Indonesia while back in London our team chats with the people behind the restaurant Jolene. In this issue we are also introducing a new story titled ‘In the Kitchen with…’ where a home cook invites us into their kitchen to cook up one of their favourite dishes. In this inaugural edition we visit cookbook author, Rosie Birkett at her home in Deal where she shares a recipe from her latest cookbook, The Joyful Home Cook.