Written with unending wit and adored by its readers, John Thorne's food journal has taken over where the great food writer M. F. K Fisher left off. He adds a level of consciousness you rarely find in food writing. Technically, Simple Cooking offers a historical and personal perspective on easy-to-use recipes. But that's about as reductive as saying Petrus is a good wine for drinking. I've been a subscriber for years and look forward to every issue.
One year is five issues of about eight pages each. They'll be sent from the publisher so if you order other items they'll arrive separately.