Father’s Day hamper 1: For the Foodie Father
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With a heavy-hitting roster of contributors, well-researched stories and recipes, and more than a dash of humour, Lucky Peach is as far from a traditional food mag as you’d get – something the foodie father is sure to appreciate. Magazine B is a branding magazine from Korea that focuses on one specific brand per issue – the one on Guinness will keep every Dad entertained (at least they’ll know where all the money they contributed to the empire went to). Naturally, there’s a bottle of Guinness to wash all that information down, along with some cheery pincushion flowers (yes, there’s some symbolism at work there).
This quarterly might have some serious foodie star power behind it, with Momofuku legend David Chang as a co-founder, but once you pick up a copy, it'll be the last thing on your mind. Each issue is dedicated to a certain theme, and the stories are so in-depth, vivid and well-written - and peppered with impactful, unexpected visuals - that by the time you're done devouring the magazine, you're guaranteed to be an expert on the topic ... be it ramen (like the first issue) or even Chinatown and its myriad of culinary offerings. Hails from: USA Frequency: Quarterly (4 issues a year)
A branding magazine from South Korea (with text in English), this ad-less publication introduces 1 well-balanced unearthed from around the globe, sharing its' untold stories, sentiment and culture. Hails from: Korea Frequency: 10 issues a year