Jarry Magazine Issue 2
Jarry is a print magazine that explores where food and gay culture intersect. More than just a magazine, Jarry brings together a community of gay chefs, eaters, artisans, writers, photographers, artists, and industry influencers, and celebrates the art of gay domesticity. Our first issue was released in September 2015.
Issue 2: Makers, includes: "Babka: Themes & Variations", "Howard Helmer: Egg Maestro", "Steven Satterfield’s Atlanta: A Curated Culinary Tour", "Chewing the Fat with Josh Thomas: The Rise of Please Like Me's Star & Creator ", "The Reality Bites of Food Styling: In a Stylist's Assistant's Shoes", "The Death and Life of America’s Gay Restaurants: A Compassionate Assessment", "Gloria Flores And the GMHC Meals Program", "An Indian Feast for the weekend", and "On Staying Small: A Seattle Shop Owner Weighs His Options".