sbs feast magazine :)
The brand spanking new SBS Feast magazine finally hits the news stands today! The reason for the pent up excitement (and smiley face) is because yours truly is a contributor. (Boy, it has been hard keeping my big mouth shut.)
Though there are a lot of food magazines on the market, Feast offers something different. There’s a lot about people, culture and travel (which is what food is really all about). It’s diverse and quite eclectic. In this first edition there’s Clotilde Dusoulier (from French super blog Chocolate and Zucchini), talking about Parisian picnics, lots about Turkish food and even a tutorial about Malaysian roti canai.
The subject of my very first article in print is Korean food in the city (‘Koreatown’ I guess?). If you are yet to try Korean food, check out Took Bae Kee 2 (or the original Took Be Gi on Pier St) now. It’s one of my family’s absolute favourite restaurants – good value, good food and awesome kimchi. The seafood pancake is pretty fabulous too.
Left: K with his sourdough. Right: Yummy pizza lunch at sourdough class.
The second is a review of Yoke Mardewi’s sourdough class, which run at her house and various locations in Perth. K and I had a hoot and a half pummelling dough and making sourdough loaves from scratch (being the only man amongst many women didn’t hurt either).
Left: The article (will scan and upload soon). Right: Photographer Jackson Eaton capturing the shot.
Anyway, check out the magazine – it’s only $6.50.
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