Fool #3 - food insanity brilliance & love
Two chefs, worlds apart, have sigle handedly saved and revived two different cuisines: David Thompson in his adopted homeland Thailand and Sean Brock in South Carolina. After 30 years in Bangkok, David has an extraordinary knowledge of Thai cooking, a cuisine often abused and simplified beyond recognition. In Charleston, Sean has revealed the true face of Southern cooking, working hadr to reintroduce forgotten plants and grains that once formed the basis of this truly unique cuisine. We spent time with both chefs, hopefully showing new and unknown sides of them and their respective places. Jean-Marc Brignot is the cult winemaker who left his native France for a life on the Japanese island Sado. How better to tell a passionate story of wine, love and dreams than in a manga comic? Never have we been closer ro reality than in an electron microscopy portfolio, showing the invisible world of some of the world's most interesting produce from Kentucky to Copenhagen. We also travel to Sweden. Yes, Sweden! Many people have asked us to tell the story of our native cuisine, and who cand do it better than our #1 cover boy Magnus Nilsson of Faviken?
More stories from issue 3:
World's most underated chefs, 128 food personalities come up with their personal choice
Matt Orlando, Rene Redzepi's ex right hand on obsessions and how he is shaping his own restaurant in Copenhagen.
Invisible plates, We turn the electron microscope on sour dough from Faviken, a wood ant from Noma and mould from two famous cellars in the world.
The Cost of Food, how we exploit our planet at any cost to keep food prices at low level
Coffee break, Tim Varney examines the state of contemporary coffee culture.
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