Origin: London, UK
Themes: food, culture.
"Each issue includes 120 pages of specially commissioned words and images—The Gourmand's content is creative, timeless and exclusive. The magazine is printed on high quality papers by specialist art book printers. Founded in 2011 by David Lane and Marina Tweed, The Gourmand is published by Lane & Associates Ltd."
"Issue 13 features Ruth Reichl, Dorothy Iannone, Judy Joo, Ghetto Gastro, Jan Groover, Ernest Hemingway, Leo, Bogotá, Turkey, and the Wolf and much more.
The Gourmand brings us New Orleans sandwich hero Mason Hereford, revisits the illustrated Cookbook of Dorothy Iannone, presents the gastronomic collages of Maisie Cousins and delivers the definitive A-Z of ghetto gastro."
Product review by @magfanatic:
For food and cooking-at-home inspiration. This issue comes with a striking pop-arty cover starring a Coca-Cola can by photographer @bobbybloherty and is followed by more culinary art like @maisiecousins's bold colorful collaged spreads and a still-life shoot by @dantobinsmith and @rachelthomasstudio featuring single-use plastic packaging, presenting a hopeful vision of a more sustainable future where these objects become things of the past. Then there are depictions of the great Ernest Hemingway's appetite waiting for you by @mariuswhansen and @thecolourofwater and a culinary tour of New Orleans with Mason Hereford, founder of local sandwicherie @turkeyandthewolf
Regular feature "A Life in Objects" introduces us to @ruth.reichl a food writer, chef and the last editor of Gourmet magazine, the first magazine in America dedicated solely to food and drink published by @condenast