We're big fans of Eaten. It's a food history magazine, going further than the more usually found recipes and mouthwatering food photography to delve in to the past of food, forgotten tales and the stories of those who have grown, produced and eaten food through the centuries.
Drag yourself away from the absolute horror shows being made on bake off, make a brew and read this great mag.
EATEN No. 18: Dessert features a decadent feast of fascinating stories from culinary history, from the life and times of Brownie Mary to the saga of a candy made by a Georgian princess and the legacy of cheese and the Portuguese in Bengal. (Autumn 2023)
Dillon Fernando on the legacy of Betty Cocker
Anna Ansari on long and winding saga of sharbat
Carlynn Crosby on Fidel Castro's obsession with ice cream