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The British magazine The Gourmand has been around for eight years, but over the years, the publication still feels great. The creators describe The Gourmand as a culture magazine, and it's no surprise: food here is primarily a conversation and a phenomenon. In different issues, there were materials about Yoko Ono's work related to food, Yayoi Kusama's love for pumpkins and the meaning of ketchup, as well as interviews with the Monster Cook. But, of course, the shooting has a special weight here: a snail crawling on a kitchen knife, mice on pieces of cheese on the cover, portraits of seagulls side by side with fries, parallels between cutaway mattresses and desserts, and many equally exciting ideas. In Russia, the magazine can be purchased from resellers, but it is easy to follow the filming on Instagram. And The Gourmand also publishes a charity calendar every year with pictures of dogs named after food - and it deserves attention too.