Hugh Hefner and Peddler Journal
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30 September 2017
‘Peddler Journal’ is a magazine that understands that the importance of food extends beyond the edge of your plate. Plus: a look back at the life and times of ‘Playboy’ founder Hugh Hefner.
30 September 2017
‘Peddler Journal’ sets out to explore, in its own words, the “multi-cultures” of food. Featuring longform essays alongside recipes, as well as sumptuous photography of street scenes and culinary delicacies, it is the brainchild of Hetty McKinnon, an Australian in Brooklyn. The first issue is called Chinatown and explores the culinary culture that Hetty is most familiar with. She talks to Henry Rees-Sheridan.
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