It’s an exciting time in the food world in Ireland, so it should come as no surprise that, like restaurant pop-ups and artisanal producers, the landscape is ripe for new approaches to food writing too. Enter Jane Gleeson and Guzzle magazine, a new publication focused on the intersection of art and food, poised to make a splash with its unique perspectives.
On this episode of Dyed Green, we speak to Guzzle editor Jane Gleeson about her inspiration for starting the magazine, and how using food and art as a lens to discuss political and cultural issues in Ireland allows for more open, inclusive, and creative conversations. We also talk about childhood food nostalgia; how fruitcake is generally pretty terrible; and how, stereotypes aside, Guinness and potatoes are never not ridiculously delicious.
Dyed Green is a project of Bog & Thunder, whose mission is to highlight the best of Irish food and culture, through food tours, events, and media. Find out more at www.bogandthunder.com.
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