Say hello to our new covergirl, Chef April Bloomfield! She’s the celebrated talent behind some of the most smokin’ hot spots in New York and San Francisco, including The Spotted Pig, The Breslin, The John Dory Oyster Bar, Tosca Café, Salvation Taco, and White Gold Butchers.
April’s been an inspiration to the Cherry Bombe team ever since we launched and we’re thrilled to share this revealing conversation with her about life, love, and moving to Los Angeles. Her newest restaurant, The Hearth & Hound, will open there later this year and will no doubt be one of 2017’s most exciting debuts.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE: –The Alice Waters illustrated family tree –Yotam Ottolenghi on his new baking book – Chef Missy Robbins on health and happiness –The founders of the JaynesBeard lesbian and queer supper club –Nadine Levy Redzepi’s roast chicken recipe –Danny Meyer’s interview with Chef Suzanne Cupps –The last day at Take Root
The Food of the Gods showcases forgotten stories from our collective spiritual past, from the saga of the Gospel Bird in the American South to an exploration of the ancient Tibetan rite of butter carving.
Elaine Khosrova on Tibetan Butter Carving Ken Albala on the Eating Habits of Jesus Christ Adrian Miller on Race, Religion, and Fried Chicken in the American South Crystal King on Offering Honey Cakes to Roman Gods Eileen Guo on Barbarian Heads ...and more!
Flow Magazine is all about positive psychology, mindfulness, creativity and the beauty of imperfection. We love illustrations and in each issue there is a gift made of our much-loved paper.
In this Flow issue 22: - Tips, tricks and insights from Jeannette Jonker about how to work home. - Follow your intuition: how its works and how you can develop it - Different ways of discovering what you really want and who you want to be. - Tips how to unleash your inner creative. - How to pack a suitcase and much more.
Extra goodies: Photo Booklet and six prints to brighten your day.
The new issue of Flow Magazine is here! And just to pique your curiosity, we’ve listed a few of things you’ll find inside.
Free as a bird: Often it can feel as if we are trapped by our work, mortgages and chock-full schedules. And ‘feeling free as a bird’ is just for hippies or those who have drawn the long straw in life. But, as journalist Otje van der Lelij discovers, we can in fact live a freer life. As long as we dare to make some choices.
Meanwhile in New York: Living in The Big Apple, a city that doesn’t sleep, can be far from relaxing. So, it’s no wonder that New Yorkers seek out ways to escape the constant chaos and noise, like group meditation for instance.
A dream come true: Once upon a time, there were illustrators who often worked alone in a quiet room tucked away in the attic. Then came Instagram and plunged them into the limelight for the whole world to see.
Drawing the line: As difficult as it may be, sometimes saying ‘no’ is not all that bad. So why do we find it so hard to do? Why do we have trouble stating what we will and won’t put up with? Journalist Mariska Jansen goes in search of answers.