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The Gourmand – Issue 2

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The Gourmand Issue 2 is out now. Clare Considine shares her insights into the life of 85-year- old sushi master Jiro Ono. Natasha Hoare examines the legacy of Gordon Matta-Clark’s 1970s SoHo eatery – a restaurant and a work of art in its own right.

Features

  • The Yemeni Lamb Accident. Rod Stanley talks food, music and lamb liver in Downtown Brooklyn with Granta-listed author Ned Beauman
  • Jiro Dreams of Sushi. Clare Considine shares her insights into the life of 85-year- old sushi master Jiro Ono
  • The Cockle: Brief, Pleasant Mastication. Tim Burrows celebrates his favourite of the aquatic molluscs
  • The Serpent That Ate its Own Tail. A fantastical and grotesque photo series depicting contemporary dishes contributing to their own unconventional demise
  • Anissa Helou: A Life in Objects. The Gourmand visits Anissa Helou’s Shoreditch loft to learn more about her life through the objects she collects
  • Against Nature: Blue Cocktails. Sam Bompas discusses the resurgence of the blue cocktail and its history
  • Matta-Clark’s FOOD. Natasha Hoare examines the legacy of Gordon Matta-Clark’s 1970s SoHo eatery – a restaurant and a work of art in its own right.
  • Pleasure as Rebellion: In the Kitchen with Lydia Lunch. Nadine Monem discusses feeding with No Wave heroine and recent cookbook author Lydia Lunch
  • Liquid Soul. Kyle Hugall asserts that an animal’s soul lies in its bones and muses on the often over- looked and most primal of cook- ing elements – stock. Illustration by Jean Jullien.
  • The Bird’s Odyssey. Gustav Almestål and Niklas Hansen hail the cock that crows in this surreal yet beautiful study of the bird and the egg.
  • and more…

Features

  • The Yemeni Lamb Accident. Rod Stanley talks food, music and lamb liver in Downtown Brooklyn with Granta-listed author Ned Beauman
  • Jiro Dreams of Sushi. Clare Considine shares her insights into the life of 85-year- old sushi master Jiro Ono
  • The Cockle: Brief, Pleasant Mastication. Tim Burrows celebrates his favourite of the aquatic molluscs
  • The Serpent That Ate its Own Tail. A fantastical and grotesque photo series depicting contemporary dishes contributing to their own unconventional demise
  • Anissa Helou: A Life in Objects. The Gourmand visits Anissa Helou’s Shoreditch loft to learn more about her life through the objects she collects
  • Against Nature: Blue Cocktails. Sam Bompas discusses the resurgence of the blue cocktail and its history
  • Matta-Clark’s FOOD. Natasha Hoare examines the legacy of Gordon Matta-Clark’s 1970s SoHo eatery – a restaurant and a work of art in its own right.
  • Pleasure as Rebellion: In the Kitchen with Lydia Lunch. Nadine Monem discusses feeding with No Wave heroine and recent cookbook author Lydia Lunch
  • Liquid Soul. Kyle Hugall asserts that an animal’s soul lies in its bones and muses on the often over- looked and most primal of cook- ing elements – stock. Illustration by Jean Jullien.
  • The Bird’s Odyssey. Gustav Almestål and Niklas Hansen hail the cock that crows in this surreal yet beautiful study of the bird and the egg.
  • and more…
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