remedy quarterly

by Grace Bonney

Remedy Quarterly was one of the first projects that inspired me to join Kickstarter and donate money for a creative cause. I’m a big fan of food publications right now, and  is fantastic because it highlights recipes from all food fans, including amateur home cooks and professional food writers. I love the packaging for their latest series; it’s colorful, fun and perfect for gifting to your foodie friends. Each is printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper and uses 2-color offset printing on the interior (like the founders’ favorite old community cookbooks). If you’re looking for a great way to surprise the food lover in your life, to order an issue ($7.50) or a full volume (4 issues) for $28. Hooray for fantastic, independent print publishing! xo, grace

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  • I was so excited to support this project on Kickstarter and was thrilled with the first two issues. But when issue 3 (the yellow issue) came I was more than disappointed. My eyes still hurt thinking about trying to read the bright yellow text on white pages. I ended up throwing it out. I felt terrible but also was surprised that they didn’t think about this when they saw the first proof.

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