Table, Volume 04 – Ginger and Turmeric
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Table is a bi-annual food, travel and lifestyle magazine based in the United Kingdom. With each issue we aim to celebrate the people shaping our food culture as well as the community. Accompanying these stories there will be a curated selection of travel + design features, recipes, restaurant highlights and thought provoking essays.
In this issue:
With a subject such as family we couldn’t feature only one main ingredient in Volume 04. Ginger and Turmeric are part of the Zingiberaceae family, both known for their healing properties we can’t think of a more apt time to feature both of these gnarly roots. To give us a bit more insight we asked Zoe and Tom of Wunder Workshop share some of their knowledge on these two ingredients. We also sat down with food writer, Anna Jones who chatted to us about motherhood, her only family roots and her hotly anticipated cookbook due out next year.
The pandemic no doubt through a spanner into the works with this latest issue but our wonderful team embraced these new restrictions and we couldn’t be more grateful for them. Photographer, Luke Fullalove visited three families in-between London lockdowns where they shared their stories and their connection to food. I was lucky enough to visit Merlin Labron-Johnson at Osip in Somerset this past August where he shared with me his ethos on food and his future plans. In the travel & sustainability sections you’ll find us bouncing around the globe with Marta Greber and her family in their campervan before we head to Niger to learn about the food crisis that is impacting the indigenous people and what we can do to help. It’s a packed issue, one that is close to all of our hearts. We hope that this brings you a bit of joy wherever you may be.
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