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Highly anticipated and always adventurous, Fool
magazine delves into aspects of the professional food scene that are rarely explored by other publications. In this issue, they tackle food and politics, and as editor Lotta Jorgensen says, "we never envisioned the difficulties and possibilities involved: anything and everything is connected to politics."
In this issue, among the many articles, Duangporn "Bo" Songvisava discusses how she and her husband are attempting to create a more sustainable food culture in Thailand. Lisa Abend explores the complicated food circus of influencers, publicity, and chefs. Australian chef Aaron Turner reflects on the inspirations and frustrations that led to writing his first book. Joanna Blythman discusses how the food actions we take are political choices. And Lesley Chesterman discusses the uprising of women chefs.
So good to have Fool
Hardcover. Color and b-&-w photos throughout.