Sometimes the internet and publishing worlds move so fast you miss the best bits. Here are a few articles and mags that are worth revisiting.
A website that feels like a high-end coffee table book, Yonder Journal celebrates the spirit of adventure and our instinct to explore.
Culinary mags seem to be more popular than sliced bread at the moment, but Spanish magazine Fuet provides fresh angles and heaps of food for thought.
There's some magic in the way this bi-monthly magazine bites off big chewy social, political and cultural issues and makes them not just accessible but – gasp! – entertaining.
Neither new nor particularly obscure, for some reason New York Magazine has none of the reach of the New Yorker or Entertainment Weekly – two magazines it combines quite perfectly.
You think ribs are rustic? Try sparrows on toast. This cookbook contains some seriously old fashioned recipes, dating back from the Middle Ages through to World War II.
What would Jesus do? Read this article about undercover Christians infiltrating our night clubs, probably.
Is the autobiography of Ron Burgundy, star of Anchorman 2, the greatest book ever written in the history of man? Maybe!
‘Tis the season to compile and read ‘best of’ lists. This one from the discerning readers over at Longform has non-fiction covered.
Some people think that a car is just a vehicle. Garagisme magazine is not for them.
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