Friday, March 28, 2014

Juuuubilee hee hee. Cherry Bombe is da bomb.

Cherry Bombe - Issue 2
 Two issues down, and the ladies at Cherry Bombe Magazine seem to be just getting started.  I've been raving about this publication to anyone who will listen.  In their own words,
"Cherry Bombe is a beautifully designed biannual magazine that celebrates women and food.  Those who grow it, make it, serve it, style it and everything in between.  It is about sustenance ad style and things that nourish the mind, the eye and, of course, the stomach."
There - I couldn't have said it any better.  The brainchild of Kerry Diamond and Claudia Wu, who met working at Harper's Bazaar, Cherry Bombe was initially funded through a Kickstarter campaign. Please take a few minutes to visit their campaign page (which is now static). Kerry and Claudia's passion for this project is so apparent, and their dedication continues to fill the pages with delicious content.

Such as this recipe for Hermès Madeines - hip hip hooray!  I included it in a post a while back, but in case you missed it...
image from Cherry Bombe Magazine - Issue 2
But wait, there's more! On Sunday I'm lucky enough to be attending the inaugural Cherry Bombe Jubilee!!!!!  An all day conference/ celebration focused on women in food. I'm going to be taking heaps of notes, and absorbing as much inspiration as possible.  I'm looking forward to being in the same room as these incredible women - chefs, writers, and eaters, all with some serious heft in the culinary world.

DETAILS HERE!   I wish I could invite you all to join me, but it's sold out - sorry. :(  NEXT TIME!

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