In the beginning, Julia Child begot Mastering the Art of French Cooking, the slow food movement, a Meryl Streep flick, and generations of new/old-school chefs.
And it was very (very) good.
Behold: Good Company magazine, the next chapter in the foodie bible game.
Art director Debi Kogan (Crate & Barrel, Target) and style editor Bobbi Lin (Martha Stewart Living) are the duo behind the mouthwatering biannual read devoted to all things essential, beautiful, and useful to kitchen-based entertaining.
The debut issue is a mix of the latest from their respective homes of Chicago and Brooklyn — a booming East River-based roaster/coffee cafe profile; original photos sprinkled with eco-conscious products, cutting boards, and cooking gadgets; and a Brussels sprout salad recipe with nods to both an Alice Waters original and a cooking blog that even we had not heard of.
Up next? A webshop full of seen-in-the-mag, exclusive products vetted by the editors themselves.
Talk about divine intervention.
Available at goodcompanymagazine.com.
Photos: Courtesy of Good Company Magazine