I was the editor of issues 13-16 of Eat magazine, a bilingual food mag produced in Tokyo. It won the silver prize at the World Food Media Awards in 2002, making it officially the second best food magazine in the world for one year running, in some people’s opinion.
We took luscious photos of mouldy food to explore the theme of decay; we talked to a princess about horses, and a chef about horse; we heard from Heston Blumenthal about snail porridge and leather chocolates. Everybody praised it. If only they’d bought it.