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Moving right along in our series of James Beard nominated pieces on Medium, for our Gender issue, Fuchsia Dunlop boldly went where few had gone before: cooking with stag penises. Take a look at her story, “Dick Soup,” nominated for best Personal Essay.

This is part of a series that we are running on Medium showcasing the seven pieces from Lucky Peach that were nominated for James Beard Books, Broadcast, and Journalism Awards this year. 

Photographs by Sophie Gerrard

April 16, 2014   |   33 notes

To start off our series of James Beard nominated pieces on Medium, Greg Larson pays a rare visit to Pyongyang, North Korea for our Travel issue in his piece, “Traveling in the North Country.” This piece was nominated in the Food and Travel category.

This is part of a series that we are running on Medium showcasing the seven pieces from Lucky Peach that were nominated for James Beard Books, Broadcast, and Journalism Awards this year. 

Illustration by Robert G. Fresson

April 15, 2014   |   34 notes

We’re excited to announce that Lucky Peach is now on Medium, meaning we’ll be posting articles from the magazine in their entirety (live and uncensored!) online for your enjoyment. All seven of our James Beard nominated stories will go up this week.
Image by Helen Tseng

We’re excited to announce that Lucky Peach is now on Medium, meaning we’ll be posting articles from the magazine in their entirety (live and uncensored!) online for your enjoyment. All seven of our James Beard nominated stories will go up this week.

Image by Helen Tseng

April 14, 2014   |   84 notes

Today is the LAST day to subscribe and receive our All You Can Eat issue (sneak peek above) before it hits newsstands. Do it now! 

Illustration by Monica Ramos

April 13, 2014   |   179 notes

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April 13, 2014   |   158 notes

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April 10, 2014   |   2,140 notes

Chicago! Lucky Peach will be spending this Saturday in suburbia, specifically at the Pop-Up Book Fair at the Ernest Hemingway Museum in Oak Park from 11AM-5PM. 

Hemingway-centric panels, readings, and activities will abound, and our very own publisher and Oak Park resident Adam Krefman will be on hand with all kinds of Lucky Peach goodies. Admission is free if you RSVP here, or $8 at the door. 

April 10, 2014   |   7 notes

Bu Qtair, Dubai, UAE

eataku:

When I was researching places to eat in Dubai, most of what kept coming up were UAE outposts of fancy foreign restaurants serving Western food, which I was not interested in. And the deeper I dug looking for local grub, the more I was told that there is no “local” cuisine in Dubai. People kept…

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April 10, 2014   |   71 notes

nataliekaythatcher:

MIR Publishers, Moscow USSR. 1968.

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April 10, 2014   |   545 notes

Less than a week left to subscribe and receive Issue 11, our All You Can Eat issue, before it hits newsstands in May! 

Less than a week left to subscribe and receive Issue 11, our All You Can Eat issue, before it hits newsstands in May! 

April 7, 2014   |   29 notes

Oh, you’re wandering around Malaysia, hungry and sweating bullets and paralyzed by choice??! We’re here for you. Check out “Jalan Jalan,” our guide to hawker fare in Penang in LP10, our Street Food Issue. If your local Malaysian bookstore doesn’t carry LP, you can also head over to Buzzfeed to get your assam laksa fix quicker.

April 3, 2014   |   98 notes

Need a copy of issue #1? How about a lifetime subscription? I donated this package to the public school my daughter is probably going to next year, breaking into my secret vault of out of print issues (#1, 2, 3 & 5 are all gone from the warehouse) to stock it. Bid here to help kids/stuff yer bookshelves. — pfm

Need a copy of issue #1? How about a lifetime subscription? I donated this package to the public school my daughter is probably going to next year, breaking into my secret vault of out of print issues (#1, 2, 3 & 5 are all gone from the warehouse) to stock it. Bid here to help kids/stuff yer bookshelves. — pfm

April 2, 2014   |   42 notes

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