G30 – To taste

Guest editor: Liliana Morais

The consumption of food and drink is one of the key elements in any culture. This issue will feature stories about:

  • Making objects for eating and drinking
  • Fermentation
  • Original recipes
  • Vessels for storing food
  • Ceremonies and rituals of consumption

We will consider the value that handmade adds to the shared experience of eating and drinking.

This issue will be published 1 March 2023. You can find guidelines for submitting a story here. The deadline for stories is 1 February 2023. Please let us know in advance of your idea here. If you’d like to be a pathfinder and share the development of this issue, please send an email


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