Food

Culture

What does resisting racism through Chinese food look like?

@thegodofcookery speaks to i-D about food justice and his new digital book of protest recipes.
Jenna Mahale
4 days ago
Fashion

Playing with your food is summer’s most delectable trend

Jacquemus, Isidora Durovic and Dauphinette are creating spring’s most surreal accessories from dinnerware and (real) food.
Zoë Kendall
7.22.20
Culture

The artist using food as a tool for decolonisation

Through immersive filmed performances, Abidjan-based Ramata Cissé uses food as means to explore issues of racism, oppression and the possibilities of postcolonial African identity.
Mahoro Seward
7.17.20
Culture

This apple artist’s Instagram will change how you look at fruit

They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away, and New York-based photographer William Mullan is serving just that.
Jenna Mahale
4.23.20
Culture

How the Bon Appétit fandom became the most wholesome group on the internet

Let’s get into just what makes the Test Kitchen’s YouTube channel such an inviting place to be right now.
Jenna Mahale
4.22.20
Culture

Cooking through quarantine with Spiral Theory Test Kitchen

Enrich mind, body and soul with New York's favourite queer culinary collective and their very special recipes – made especially for i-D.
STTK
4.6.20
Opinion

A deep dive investigation into why we're so obsessed with gross food on Instagram

Bone apple teeth! These cursed images make us gag, so why can’t we look away?
Anna Samson
2.25.20
Culture

Why the holidays can affect our relationship with food – and how to handle that

For many of us, the Christmas period can be a deeply triggering time. Here's how to practice some self-care.
James Greig
12.20.19
Culture

This queer cooking collective hosts psychosexual dinner parties

Serving up everything from shaved pig heart to a witchy scotch bonnet buttercream layer cake, New York's Spiral Theory Test Kitchen wants you to play with your food.
Frankie Dunn
12.4.19
Culture

The strange psychology of our mukbang obsession

Competitive overeating has found a new home (and millions of viewers) on YouTube. But while entertaining, for some people it can be dangerous and triggering.
Roisin Lanigan
11.22.19
Culture

​food on film, making us hungry

We’re all secretly obsessed with The Great British Bake Off, right? Each episode is a teasing hour full of (sugar) highs, lows, stunning sweets and tasty treats that puts us in a deeply foodie mood. Traverse time and space and rediscover the film foods...
Francesca Dunn
9.9.15
Culture

20 years of nose to tail dining with fergus henderson

"It's a terrible thing how much fun I have", Fergus Henderson says of his job as chef and founder of the St John restaurant. Known for his common sense attitude towards food, he's been laying his table with the essentials for fine dining for decades.
Princess Julia
10.23.14
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