Toothache is a twice-yearly food magazine for chefs, by chefs. It's handsomely photographed, and refreshingly not obsessed with names you see all over social media.
This issue contains work by and features about chefs from around the world, but the American South is definitely well-represented in this issue. From the South: both Julia Sullivan and Caitlyn Jarvis of Henrietta Red in Nashville, in separate pieces; Ryan and Matthew Poli from The Catbird Seat, also in Nashville; Nina Compton of Compère Lapin in New Orleans; Zach Meloy of Better Half in Atlanta; Justin Yu of Theodore Rex in Austin, Tavel Bristol-Joseph of Emmer and Rye, also in Austin. Representing the entire rest of the world are Jorge Vallego of Quintonil in Mexico City; Merlin Labron-Johnson of Portland in London; Andrea Dopico of Alàbriga Hotel on the Costa Brava; Greg Mindel of Neighbor Bakehouse in San Francisco; Italian pastry chef Silvia Frederica Boldetti; and Toothache editor Nick Muncy on cannelés with inspiration from San Francisco pastry chefs Shawn Gawle, Kriss Harvey, and Thomas Raquel.
Paperback. Color photographs and line-illustrations throughout.