Eat Me Magazine

by Chloe in February 2012
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Eat Me is a food culture magazine, which means if you’re not into cooking you’d probably never give it the time of day. But you should. As a connoisseur of beans on toast I took the plunge and was pleasantly surprised.

The writing in Eat Me is both amusing and useful. There are recipes throughout but not chunked together, which is good. People shouldn’t have to struggle through the richness of hundreds of Michelin star recipes.

Not all the recipes featured are for dishes which leave you feeling incapable, there is even one for Buckfast, the 15% vol, £5 bottle of mystery which was featured in 5,638 crime reports between 2006 and 2009 in Strathclyde.

It’s a fun magazine, which, with a double page spread devoted to facts about ham, could also be useful at a pub quiz.

It even tackles the subject of militant vegetarians. Something I for one am not prepared to do.


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