The Gourmand Issue 5 is available now! Lisa Rovner introduces her film (and our cover image) about a visceral moment between a man, a woman and a piece of fruit. Three-star Michelin chef Massimo Bottura talks Constructivism, Modena and tubers.
- Body Shots. Sam Bompas explores the rituals, old, new—and often grotesque—that exploit nature’s very own drinking vessel
- Hungry Thirsty Happy Snappy. Photographer Jason Evans presents ten years of food from his image-a-day website, The Daily Nice
- Home is Where the Cooking Happens. Clare Considine visits singer-songwriter Neneh Cherry at her west London home
- Jonathan Meades: The Terminator. Tom Viney talks food, architecture and a mid-century childhood with the outspoken writer and filmmaker
- Genuine Transparency. Photographer Julia Grassi documents the fascinating process of distillation at the Masumi sake factory in Japan
- Roe. Using a custom-built camera, photographer Ernst Fischer reveals the suprising variations in the texture and form of fish eggs
- Dog Eat Dog. Paul Smith dresses some of London’s most dapper dachshunds in this satirical sausage celebration directed by The Gourmand
- You Are Beautiful… But You Smell of Bacon. Comedienne Kelly MacLean makes a pilgrimage to LA vegan culture’s ground zero: Café Gratitude
- Recipes. A selection of savoury delights, sweet treats and cocktails from our friends and contributors
- Good Things in England. Ben Houston unearths an English-cuisine classic, cooked up in Florence White’s Chelsea basement
- and more…
The Gourmand magazine is an award-winning food and culture journal with a broad subject base and an international reach. Bringing together inspirational words, images, and ideas with the universal subject of food, the biannual journal was founded in London in 2011 by David Lane and Marina Tweed. The Gourmand is inspired by the multiple meanings associated with food across continents, and particularly by the exciting cultural shift that has taken place around producing, cooking, and eating over the past few decades. The idea for The Gourmand came out of a dinner conversation amongst friends at David and Marina’s table a few years ago. Since then, the publication has strived to capture the exciting work being done at the crossroads of the culinary and creative industries. The list of contributors has grown to include noted photographers, artists, and writers, all of whom are given free rein to explore their creativity and share unusual, engaging, and unexpected perspectives.