Sampler: Put A Egg On It #14
Standing in cheeky defiance amongst pristine food magazines, Put A Egg On It is a zine from Brooklyn celebrating the joys of eating, cooking and communal feasting. Instead of wordy restaurant reviews, they have personal anecdotes of food-filled adventures; in the place of carefully staged photography, images of messy meals are printed on their signature green paper.
Scroll down to see some spreads, and head over to PAEOI’s Sampler page to read the full content list. If you like the sound of it, you can order it for free shipping and 10% off.
In this issue:
— Life as a young gay fry cook at a 24-hour diner in New Orleans
— Ex-lovers, via emblematic moments in food
— Moments from film history where food has stolen the scene
— A dinner party discussion of art history, pig farming, prep school, and more
— Author Bruce Benderson offers tips on unexpected situations with overnight guests
— Goat, goat’s cheese and goat’s milk in the recipe section
— And a kimchi lesson, being happy in the kitchen, and eating in Chinatown, NYC
As always, Sampler gives you 10% off the cover price and free shipping to the US, UK, Europe, and heavily subsidised shipping everywhere else. But we have limited copies available, so don’t sleep on this!