Where Are All the Women Chefs?

Where Are All the Women Chefs?

In 2013, Lucky Peach helped organize our MAD symposium under the theme of “GUTS”. The topics discussed during that two-day event—and later published in a Lucky Peach booklet called GUTS are still as relevant as ever. Every Wednesday until the GUTS run out, we’ll be...
The Human Gut

The Human Gut

In 2013, Lucky Peach helped organize our MAD symposium under the theme of “GUTS”. The topics discussed during that two-day event—and later published in a Lucky Peach booklet called GUTS are still as relevant as ever. Every Wednesday until the GUTS run out, we’ll be...
Raising Ants in the Midwest

Raising Ants in the Midwest

Can ants be farm raised for consumption? Inspired by foreign culinary exploits, and in case of a possible apocalypse, Iliana Regan of Elizabeth and Bunny, the Micro Bakery, and Wunder Pop, tackles the question. In a series of journal entries she shares her close...
Ask the Doctor #1: Black Garlic

Ask the Doctor #1: Black Garlic

ASK THE DOCTOR: Arielle Johnson, MAD head of Research, has a PhD in flavor chemistry from UC Davis. She is our expert on all things experimental in the MAD Lab, our chief investigator of food, flavor and fermentation. From here on out, she will be running this advice...
The Mongol Diet

The Mongol Diet

  In 2013, Lucky Peach helped organize our MAD symposium under the theme of “GUTS”. The topics discussed during that two-day event—and later published in a Lucky Peach booklet called GUTS are still as relevant as ever. Every Wednesday until the GUTS...

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