Magazines: Cereal, a great new publication about food and travel
Despite the groaning magazine shelves in newsagents, we often get to the end of reading monthly or weekly publications and feel, well, rather short changed. Where is the beautiful, ground breaking photography of say Stephen Meisel’s Italian Vogue shoots from the 1990′s? Or a UK equivalent of The New Yorker‘s brilliant pieces of journalism? Well, we recently received a new publication in the post, which has both wonderful photography and great writing. Called Cereal and edited by Rosa Park (originally from South Korea, now living in Bath – to get a sense of her style, see her gorgeous flat here), it covers two of our favourite topics: food and travel. So in the first volume, you’ll find four pieces about Copenhagen, including a visit to the Nordic Food Lab and an interview with the creator of Noma’s ceramics. You can also learn about how to become a carrot connoisseur, the best Japanese matcha tea, and the secrets of Ravello, Italy. You can read more online and their blog here but we recommend that you take out a subscription so you don’t miss out on their forthcoming volumes. Oh and did we mention that it is blissfully advert-free too?
|Price:||Volume One: £10; Subscription: £35|
|Tags:||Cereal, Italian Vogue, magazines, matcha, New Yorker, Noma, Ravello, Stephen Meisel|
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6th February 2013