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Experimenting with Coffee

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Can you know how something tastes without tasting it yourself? Does a moral flaw in a cup of coffee make it worse as a cup of coffee? These are questions…

Shen-yi Liao
Aaron Meskin
Nicholas Watts
Amanosi Ekenimoh
Justin Slee

Shen-yi Liao, Aaron Meskin, Nicholas Watts, Amanosi Ekenimoh & Justin Slee

Mario's Taco

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Two hours south of San Francisco is Merdec. For anyone who doesn’t live there, it’s a non-descriptive town, located somewhere between here and nowhere, in the San Joaquin Valley of…

Fiona M Symington
Katy Lanceley

Fiona M Symington & Katy Lanceley

Latte Art as Art

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Can a cup of coffee be art? Surely not all coffee is art. Just consider some of those terrible and generic cups of joe you’ve had at roadside stops. But…

Aaron Meskin
Justin Slee

Aaron Meskin & Justin Slee

Bowls of grain

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What’s in a name? Enough to market something that no one had previously paid attention to. Take my dad. When he started buying kale from the grocers (this is despite…

Hannah Fuellenkemper

Hannah Fuellenkemper

Handing Down Food Traditions

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I would like to paint you a little picture of my father’s roots. In a tiny village named Cocumola at the southernmost point of Puglia there is a street called Via…

Gabriella Rizzello
May Simargool

Gabriella Rizzello & May Simargool

Arthur Street Kitchen

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Hetty McKinnon is going stateside. Three-and-a-half years after establishing the highly successful Arthur Street Kitchen (ASK), she’s moving it to Brooklyn and taking her delicious recipes, creative food concept, and…

Fiona M Symington

Fiona M Symington

Food Memories: Little Saigon, Victoria Street, Melbourne

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Like most Melbourians, I discovered Vietnamese food in the small family-run restaurants of Victoria Street. Known as Little Saigon, it is one of the city’s most popular cheap eat destinations.…

Fiona M Symington

Fiona M Symington

Food Memories: Cardamom

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Growing up I was a child who loved to eat, I went to school happy and with a spring in my step whenever I knew my mum was cooking my…

Shujala Hyder

Shujala Hyder

Meet Our New Editors

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When we started Food&_ last year, we never anticipated it taking off so quickly, nor becoming such a huge part of our daily lives. We have been overwhelmed with the…

The Editorial Team

The Editorial Team

SKELETSKE (Skeleton Spoon), Copenhagen

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One of Copenhagen’s major attractions in the food and drinks scene is Kødbyen - The Meatpacking District - in rough but happening Vesterbro. In 1995 the area (divided into two…

Katrine Ekman

Katrine Ekman

Haven's Kitchen

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Alison Cayne wants us to cook more. Given her philosophy that sustainable and seasonal eating can address problems of food inequity it’s hardly surprising. Such devotion to the kitchen is…

Fiona M Symington
Haven's Kitchen

Fiona M Symington & Haven's Kitchen

The Great British Beer Festival

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The Great British Beer Festival. It's an institution, a tradition & for some a lifestyle. I have been to numerous over the years GBBF, Winter Ales, loads. I do love them. The…

William France

William France