The Gourmand i — Spring/Summer 2012

The Gourmand

A Gourmand is a person who takes pleasure and interest in food of all kinds and The Gourmand is a new food and culture journal that binds inspirational words, images and ideas with the humble and universal subject of food.

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Bear Market A Magical Musical tour of Brixton Market with house heroes The 2 Bears by Rod Stanley.

Dhabas The Roadside Cafés of South India photographed by Sat Bulsara.

Recomended By...Designer Ed Fella on his favoured food haunts.

Sculptures Don’t Eat Artist and chef Yorgos Sapountzis talks to Paul Teasdale.

A 20th Century Palate Designed by Jamie Brown and photographed by Luke Kirwan.

The Hungry Sinner Traditional Swedish food photographed by Gustav Almestål.

A Bitter New Yorker Kyle Hugall In praise of the classic Manhattan cocktail with an illustration by Jean Jullien.

Koons’s Apple Dumplings Matthew Darbyshire cooks with and talks to Natasha Hoare.

Meat Matters Tim Burrows refelcts on the humble kebab.

With Sorrow Snare Crocodile fishing in Australia photographed by Robin Friend.

Degusting: An Evening with David Shrigley by Nadine Monem.

The Old Fashioned The first recorded recipe for the classic cocktail.

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