Finnischer Food for Thought
Ein Essen und Kultur-Magazin aus Helsinki mit einer Schwäche für Fashion.
In Issue 4:
Lobster used to be poor man’s food and white bread morphed from gourmet to garbage over the span of a few hundred years.
Class sounds like an archaic concept – but if it is obsolete, why do we see traces of it in everything around us?
A study of class, culture, and gastronomy, The Class Issue asks questions and seeks answers. It does not revel in sensationalism but presents class through an independent lens – freely and honestly across borders. It explores class as a characteristic, a social denominator, and a ranking and aims to capture a moment in a time of watersheds, barricades and intertwinement of good and bad taste.
The team behind this issue of the magazine includes more than 20 designers, chefs, writers and photographers.