peddler journal | hetty mckinnon
Peddler Journal is a recipe-driven magazine documenting the in-between moments of food – from the ingredients, to the making, the eating, the sharing, and all the small moments in-between.
Meal times are a mirror to our past, a symbol of our present and a gateway to our future. Behind every dish on our daily table, there are inherited histories, memories, ceremonies, rituals, cultures and traditions that are completely personal – and yet somehow universal.
Peddler explores these multi-cultures of food, venturing near and far, and into the homes and kitchens of everyday cooks for their most personal rendition of family recipes and stories.
Each issue is limited edition and 112 pages, with a special dust jacket
Issue #3 Rice last few copies available
Featuring stories rice currency, Appa’s kimchi fried rice, zhou, pao fan, risotto on repeat, white gold, rice and the city, grandma’s wisdom and more.
Plus recipes for java rice, kitchari, crispy rice salad with lemon kale pesto, Malaysian mixed herb rice, Korean arancini, gemista, omurice, rice pudding popsicles and more.
Issue #4 Grandma
This issue explores the sweet remembrance and legacy of all the grandmas who have loved and fed us. Peddler consider the connection, and disconnection, of this special inter-generational bond.
This issue features a special audio-story called Grandmas of New York.
Featuring stories on sweetened condensed milk, Nanny’s Jam drops, the never-ending feast, Halmoni’s patjuk, Safta Rika, grandma on the farm, grandma by the sea and more.
Plus recipes for sugar cookies, le quatre quart, grandma’s new mistake, potato curry, broccoli and cheddar impossible skillet pie, eggs and peas, and more.