NEW CHEAP I$$UE
If you ever thought that food had to be expensive to be good, you might be right. But that didn’t stop The Runcible Spoon from imagining all kinds of cheap food scenarios in the newest CHEAP I$$UE.
In it you’ll find odes to freegans, Whole Foods sample-scourers, and free condiment chefs. Mix low-brow food with high and see what you get. The CHEAP I$$UE, our biggest zine ever at 36 pages, includes:
++ How to make food out of leftovers and a budget-eating advice column:
++ A guide on how to set a dinner party table using items from the dollar store:
++ How to make mochi in a microwave and a guide on porridges of the world:
As always, the issue is handmade and collaged with love for our readers.