Jarry Magazine Issue 3
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 3 includes: "A Practice of Freedom: Philadelphia’s Queer Urban Farmers and Their Impact", "Family Style: Queer Food Professionals on Relationships in the Industry", "A Glorious Fusion: Authenticity and the Ever-Evolving Relationships of Cuisines", "The Bitters Bar: New Flavors in Old Baking", "Jeremiah Tower’s Table Manners: The Culinary Icon Shows Us How to Behave", "The Pop-and-Pop Shop: A Family Weathers the Storm of Marriage Equality", "Creative Legacies: Mollie Katzen and Sam Black in the Kitchen", and more.