Cherry Bombe 20
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Beautifully designed, Cherry Bombe appears twice a year to celebrate women and food. It’s a trend spotter, a nostalgia trip, an occasional provocateur, and a bit of frivolity, all bound together with strong writing. Each issue has a theme that contributors address from a range of viewpoints.
For this issue, the featured profile is Chef Erin French of The Lost Kitchen in Freedom, Maine, who embodies the theme of heart and hospitality. It's a moving story of resilience and inspiration.
Among the other articles: Our Time Kitchen in Baltimore, where the focus is on creating a community spot that embodies equity and shared knowledge; Emme Ribeiro Collins writes about becoming the district chef of the Seattle public schools and rethinking what students are offered; Chef Dominique Crenn talks about working on The Menu, the dark satire of the restaurant industry starring Anna Taylor-Joy and Ralph Fiennes.
There's more, all of it appealingly photographed and engaging.
Paperback. Color photographs throughout.