Lucky Peach #6

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Lucky Peach is a journal of food writing, published on a quarterly basis by McSweeney’s. It is a creation of David Chang, the James Beard Award–winning chef behind the Momofuku restaurants in New York, Momofuku cookbook cowriter Peter Meehan, and Zero Point Zero Production—producers of the Travel Channel’s Emmy Award–winning Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations.

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The result of this collaboration is a mélange of travelogue, essays, art, photography, and rants in a full-color, meticulously designed format. Recipes will defy the tired ingredients-and-numbered-steps formula. They’ll be laid out sensibly, inspired by the thought process that went into developing them. The aim of Lucky Peach is to give a platform to a brand of food writing that began with unorthodox authors like Bourdain, resulting in a publication that appeals to diehard foodies as well as fans of good writing and art in general.

In this issue:
  • Before And After The Apocalypse
  • Michael Pollan Lights The Way Forward
  • Eat Your Pets Before Ted Nugent Does
  • Dr. Wolfe's Laboratory Of Rot
  • Tony Bourdain's Visions Of The Future
  • ... and more!
  • Additional Information

    Author David Chang / Peter Meehan / Chris Ying
    Publisher McSweeney's Insatiables
    Page Count 176pp
    Publication Size 7 x 10
    Publication Notes perfect bound, color
    Publication Date February 14, 2013
    ISBN 978-1-938073-46-5

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