Cooking at the intersection of food and Queer Culture

The end of the year often finds many of us cooking and sharing food. If you are interested in the intersection of food and queer culture, check out these two journals.

Jarry “celebrates the meeting of food and queer culture,” according to a piece in the New York Times. Founded in 2015 by Lukas Volger and Steve Viksjo, Jarry is a twice yearly journal.

Mouthfeel “tells food stories from a gay point of view.” Founded by Mac Malikowski, “Mouthfeel’s spirit lies in the world of counterculture. We love art the comes from a very alternative point of view.” Mouthfeel comes out annually.


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