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FAIM

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FAIM

Fresh from France and published in French and English, FAIM is made up of three elements: people, places and food. It’s about self-starters and entrepreneurs, a team with a dream or go-getters who have gone against the grain to do something different. FAIM goes to cities to find adventurous people they hope will inspire others, at the same time proving itself to be a handy travel guide for those searching for another side to an urban place. Co-founder and editor in chief, Naiara Reig, tells us about the second issue which tours the local and vibrant haunt of Bristol.  Hi...

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Gather Journal

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Gather Journal

We’ve noted before that Lucky Peach, one of the standout independent food magazines, is mopping its mouth and bowing out before the next course. So who's head of the table? Already there is Gather Journal, which in fact launched 2012, and it’s magisterial. Eat with your eyes. A great many independent foodie magazines are focused on professional chefs, the farmers, the vegetable growers, the artisanal distilleries and brewers in sheds in backstreets. We live in a time where you can find practically anything now, from tons of varieties of apples to multi-coloured heritage carrots. We are practically spoilt for choice. There are...

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Goodbye Lucky Peach, Hello Sabor

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Goodbye Lucky Peach, Hello Sabor

I only work occasionally in Magalleria, and even less now the wonderful Libby has joined us. This means I’m not so well versed on all the magazines when I am here, but I continue to bluff my ignorance by declaring that I’m the food, drink and travel person. So it falls to me to mention a couple of recent food magazines. Lucky Peach was a favourite of mine in pre-Magalleria days so I was really sorry to hear that a fallout among the owners means that the Lucky Peach winning streak was coming to an end. The current issue on suburban American food is...

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