In Esquire's April issue (subscribe), sandwiched between a March Madness bracket of hot women and pictures of Amanda Seyfried in a lace body stocking, is their annual "Eat Like A Man" section. The largely print-only 10-page boob-diversion is filled with manly fawning over steak and bacon, and judicious use of the word piss. The only [...]
BEEF! is a new German food magazine aimed at men. (Don't confuse it with the American magazine Sheep!.) We'll let them describe themselves:
BEEF! is for men who are interested in recipes –as well as Tokyo's tuna market, the sharpness of knives and the water pressure in their espresso machine. For men who find noodles [...]
Fire & Knives. Photograph: Raphael Brion/Eat Me Daily
We recently received issue number one of Fire & Knives, a new print quarterly of "new writing about food" out of the UK. In their own words: "We give established writers a place for work that would not be published elsewhere; new writers a place to show [...]
The New Yorker may have released its annual food issue today, but over the weekend, Parade also ran a food-heavy issue. The theme: "What America Eats." Parade is the most widely read magazine in America, with a circulation of 32 million and a readership of 71 million, so what was America reading?
A.J. Jacobs attempts to [...]
The November 23rd, 2009 issue of the New Yorker is dedicated to all things food, and it's full of big names (Heston Blumenthal! Mimi Sheraton!), trendy food (Poutine!), and a gigantic dissection of what cookbooks mean from Adam Gopnick. Below, we let you know what is (and isn't) worth your time.
John Colapinto takes Manhattan [...]
Photograph: Paula Forbes / Eat Me Daily
It's late October, which means the November issues of food magazines have hit the newsstands. It's a huge deal in American food media: Recipe testing begins in early summer and the competition to find new things to say about what is ultimately a very traditional meal is fierce (and [...]
Devastated over the death of Gourmet? So are we, but we're not ones to sit around crying: there's still plenty of fantastic food writing and photography out there. Whether it's an entire magazine dedicated to food or an occasional feature in a general interest title, once we put together this list, it became clear that [...]
In light of the recent closings of Modern Bride, Elegant Bride, Cookie, and Gourmet magazines, last night on The Daily Show Jon Stewart proposed a solution to the print industry's woes: Consolidation:
Obviously my first thought was sad news for the staffs of those magazines, but my second thought was what's going to happen [...]