Though print media is allegedly on life support and some of the best publications continue to fold at a startling pace (pour out a 40-ounce for the late Gourmet and Food Arts, homies), it seems zines and journals are enjoying a sudden renaissance, especially in the food world.
The cookbook may be dead, but the coffee table-worthy food rag is in full bloom. David Chang’s Lucky Peach flies off shelves, with original copies selling for upwards of $80, and editions of Swedish-based Fool sell out before they even hit stands.
From hyperlocal ‘zines to stunning hardbacks printed only once a year, here are the 20 food magazines that you should be reading right now.
Written by Hannah Norwick (@HannahNorwick)