Food

Garage Magazine Issue 16

Phillip Lim's Cure for Jet Lag Revealed

Direct from his new cookbook, ‘More Than Our Bellies,’ Phillip Lim shares his invigorating jet lag cure. Photographed by Viviane Sassen.
Phillip Lim
2 days ago
Garage Magazine Issue 16

Artist Dan Colen’s Next Act? Seasonal Blend Squash Salt

The transition from mixed-media art to not-for-profit farming isn’t necessarily the most expected one, but Dan Colen pulls it off with aplomb.
Emma Specter
2.6.19
Fashion

Zoodles—Now With a Piping Hot Side of Merch

Why are downtown restaurants like Sant Ambroeus and Cha Cha Matcha making Nikes and designer sunglasses?
Max Lakin
11.20.18
Andy Warhol

I Made Three of Andy Warhol’s Weirdest Soup Flavors

Vegetarian Vegetable, Hot Dog Bean, Scotch Broth: what we can learn from these bizarre icons.
Melanie Woods
11.7.18
Food

For Sale: Tiny Fish, Literally Everywhere

The summer’s biggest food trend—micro-sized seafood, often served straight from the tin—is both mouth-watering and good for the environment.
Zoe Dubno
8.20.18
tee of the week

Are T-Shirts a Carb?

A new T-shirt celebrates the simple pleasures of complex carbohydrates.
Chris Black
7.25.18
Food

New York Restaurants’ Best-Kept Secret: The Luxury Forager

The freaky vegetables foraged by Evan Strusinski in the woods of New England are the secret ingredient at everywhere from Roberta’s to Momofuku Ko.
Zoe Dubno
6.18.18
Life

Jonathan Cheban’s Gold Chicken Wings: Does He Just Want Approval from Martha Stewart?

The original food goddess asked who Cheban was two years ago, and we think he’s never gotten over it.
Erin Schwartz
5.25.18
Culture

I Tried Every New Salad at Sweetgreen. Is Sweetgreen...Bad?

I wanted to explore the nuance and full range of Sweetgreen’s mission to connect people to real food.
Chris Black
5.9.18
auctions

Awesome, You Can Finally Buy a Toboggan Autographed by Martha Stewart

We picked our favorites from an auction of props from "The Martha Stewart Show."
Erin Schwartz
4.25.18
Fashion

Can a Piping Hot Dunkin’ Donuts Collab Make Sneakerheads of Us All?

A Dunkin’ Donuts sneaker for the Boston Marathon can turn even the trend-averse into amateur hypebeasts.
Elizabeth Gumport
4.16.18
Magazine

You Uni Live Once: Learning to Love Sea Urchin

Uni, the golden, velvety meat harvested from sea urchins, tastes like heaven and has recently become a coveted menu item, as ubiquitous as avocados. GARAGE investigates the history of America's uni-mania.
Erin Schwartz
4.10.18
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