Our fourth issue, Crossroads, focuses on some unique and fascinating culinary traditions in Asia that have been born out the meeting of two or more cultures—from Indo Dutch cuisine to Macanese cuisine to Nonya (Peranakan) cuisine to the Hainanese-Western-Thai cuisine of Bangkok and more.
Indo Dutch Cuisine: The Fusion Cuisine You've Never Heard Of Pat Tanumihardja Indo Dutch Casserole Stewed Meatballs Dry Cooked Spicy Beef Seasoned Chicken in Coconut Milk
The Most Progressive Village in Northern Thailand Austin Bush Pumpkin Soup ("Lightning Soup") Eggs Fried with Ginger Ground Pork Belly Stir-Fried with Flowering Onion Stalks
Jjajangmyeon: The Chinese Noodles Through Korean Eyes Dennis Lee Jjajangmyeon
In the Kitchen with Abraham Conlon Shayne Chammavanijakul Macanese Rice Vermicelli Stir-Fry Ginger Achar
Recipes From the Dill Test Kitchen Minchi Hong Kong-Style Macaroni Soup with Ham Hong Kong-Style Egg Tarts // Sweet Tart Pastry Spamsilog
The Cook Shops of Bangkok Meng Lee's Spicy Beef Salad Beef Tongue Stew, Cook Shop-Style Stir-Fried Sirloin in Oyster Sauce Gravy Chicken Wings in Tomato-Rice Wine Sauce Chicken Curry with Cucumber Relish
This is the fourth issue of Toothache magazine. It features a wide range of chefs from Mexico City, Texas, New Orleans, Nashville, Atlanta, San Francisco, Spain, London, and Italy. Like our previous issues, this magazine is made by chefs, for chefs. It aims to give some of the media power back to the chefs and it gives them free reign over what content they would like to share. The chefs featured are: Jorge Vallejo (Quintonil), Merlin Labron-Johnson (Portland, Clipstone), Julia Sullivan (Henrietta Red), Ryan and Matthew Poli (Catbird Seat), Nina Compton (Compere Lapin), Zach Meloy (Pulpit Suppers), Justin Yu (Theodore Rex), Andrea Dopico (Alabriga Hotel & Home Suites), Tavel Bristol-Joseph (Emmer and Rye, Henbit), Nick Muncy (Toothache), Caitlyn Jarvis (Henrietta Red), Greg Mindel (Neighbor Bakehouse) and Silvia Federica Boldetti (Freelance Pastry Chef).
India is changing. It is an impassioned, tumultuous wonderland that embraces visitors, reveres its past, disregards the status quo and offers all who journey there an brilliant, indelible, distinctive experience.
You may wander along sacred waterways, bathe in colour, appreciate the poetry of the everyday, celebrate a southern paradise, traverse the country by train, discover enduring, ancient cultures and cities at the cutting edge, grasp the complexity of tea and tradition, calm the mind, scale peaks, experiment with spices, encounter something wild, question your boundaries, live in the moment and seek out the unexpected. This is a place of craft, civility, history, culture, grace and grandeur. You will be overcome, consumed, saturated, lost in matchless moments, and left craving more.