The New Yorker #24
|Publication date: June 5 2017|
|Size: 14 x 21cm|
“For me, one of the finest things about travelling is trying new and exotic foods,” Cannaday Chapman says, about the inspiration for his cover for the Food & Travel issue. Chapman recently returned from Argentina, where he ate “a whole lot of steaks and the best pork chops I ever had.” He hasn’t visited China yet. “Everyone says they have the best street food,” he says. “My Chinese friend was trying to get me there, describing the seahorses and also scorpions, lots of bugs. I’m told they taste like crab or lobster, which makes sense. Those are just sea bugs.” Françoise Mouly - has been the art editor at The New Yorker since 1993.