The first issue of Fire and Knives — Tim Hayward’s quarterly magazine of new writing on food culture, is now out. Currently subscriber-only, so if you want to check it out, visit the link above. Anne-Fay and I contributed a photostory/interview of Tony Hornecker’s Pale Blue Door restaurant/performance/installation. I’m not going to include the photos here (tho they’re on FLickr if you go hunting) — we encourage you to go get yourself a copy of the magazine and support some independent writing.
Fire and Knives — a new quarterly print magazine of food writing — launches in November. Editor Tim Hayward has commissioned us to put together a piece on Tony Hornecker‘s Dalston restaurant pop-up The Pale Blue Door. Stay tuned for the final article, but for now, some of the shots we might use are up on Flickr….
Birthday-eve, Anne-Fay took me for dinner at Dalston’s underground pop-up art/dining experience de jour, behind The Pale Blue Door. All a bit shhh at the moment, so can’t share any more detail than that as to where it is, who is organising, or how to book a table, but we had a lovely evening, and very enjoyed the show from the wonderful-as-always A Man Da Pet. Some pix here, to give you an idea of just how special the evening turned out, up in the boudoir, through the tiny tiny door.