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Issue #9

Cooks & Chefs II

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By popular demand, Lucky Peach Issue 9 is our second Cooks & Chefs issue—aka Cooks & Chefs 2.0: once more, with feeling.

Francis Lam pays a visit to the lauded but elusive Alex Lee; Peter Meehan talks life (and how it happens to a cook) with legendary pastry chef Claudia Fleming. Daniel Boulud and Michael Anthony school us in the art of omelet-making. Pulitzer-prize-winning writer Jonathan Gold and funny-as-hell artist Lisa Hanawalt hop on board as new columnists. And there’s a magazine inside the magazine, like a Russian nesting doll: with content culled from René Redzepi’s annual MAD food conference, which Lucky Peach had the honor of co-curating. The theme, this year, was Guts, both literal and figurative. We heard from an array of speakers: chefs, of course, and activists, filmmakers, and a schoolgirl too. Their talks were inspiring for cooks, chefs, and eaters alike.

 Get the entire Cooks & Chefs package: all 3 Cooks & Chefs issues — including our now out-of-print Issue 3, our choking hazards poster, and a gift subscription. Available on our gift page.

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In This Issue

Conversations with Chefs

Various

Over Easy

Genevieve Ko

The Imaginary Dinner

Daniel Patterson

The Specialists

Chris Ying, Tienlon Ho, and Chris Schonberger

The Heart of the Home Needs a Transplant

Laurie Woolever

Honest Trifles to Betray in Deepest Confidence

Peter Meehan

Life, and How It Happens to a Cook

Peter Meehan

Something Better, Something Different

Christine Muhlke

Amish Paradise

Mark Ibold

Entropy

Amy Rowat
On the Trail With Wylie Lisa Hanawalt

Herring in Fur

Jonathan Gold

MAD/GUTS: Introduction

Chris Ying
The Human Gut Heribert Watzke
On Being Brave Martha Payne

Mad To Live

Gabriele Stabile

From Beirut with Love

Souk El Tayeb
The Mongol Diet Peter Meehan
A War Zone Cuisine Ahmed Jama