Fatboy Zine #04 Everywhere at Once
- Condition: New
- Language: English
- 54 Pages
- 14.8cm x 21cm (5.83" x 8.27")
- Published in London, UK
- Frequency: Yearly
Issue #04 focuses on the chefs and creatives who have left Asia, but have decided to recreate it in their own way in Europe and the US.
The issue includes three interviews from established chefs, Lucas Sin (Shy Boyz Club & Junzi Kitchen), Erchen Chang and Shing Tat Chung (BAO) and Rahel Stephanie (Eat With Spoons / Linda From Accounting). Each interviewee gives their opinion on process, representation and what drives their food and conversation outside of the kitchen. We also have beautiful photography from previous collaborator Ken Lam and food photography from Emily Leonard.
The issue of course has the staple 5 recipes, from Chilli Oil to a Burnt Coconut Basque Cheesecake.
FatBoy is a publisher of cooking zines, collaborate on events and other creative projects.
FatBoy is a diary and a cookbook. But more than that it’s a greedy attempt to document Asian food and Identity.
Documenting recipes from growing up in Hong Kong and the Philippines, before bringing them to England. The recipes in this zine are learnt from both family and the world using food as the medium to explore themes around identity, belonging and creative expression.