Jarry – Issue 6: Mind & Body


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Jarry is a print magazine that explores where food and gay culture intersect. More than just a magazine, Jarry brings together a community of gay chefs, eaters, artisans, writers, photographers, artists, and industry influencers, and celebrates the art of gay domesticity.

This issue is full of queer perspectives on wellness, health, mind, and body and features our first women-identifiying subjects, the chef and restauranteur couple Elise Kornack, and Anna Hieronimus, shot by Cara Howe. You may recognize them from their acclaimed 12-seat Brooklyn restaurant Take Root, which they owned and operated—just the two of them—for four years. At what seemed to be their peak of success, they closed Take Root, rejecting that “success” because of the toll it took on their health and wellness. They share how they came to that decision and what they'll be doing as they move forward to open their next adventure.


Wounded Healers
Queer Anga Envisions Radical Wellness

Four Comforts
Recipes to Salve the Soul 

Steeped in History
The Rise and Fall, and Rise, of Queer Coffee Shops

Les Apéros Légers
Rebekah Peppler Offers Up Apéritifs—
Low-Alcohol Cocktails to Whet Your Palate and Stimulate Your Senses, without Fogging Your Mind

Moudi & Derek’s Salt Lake City

Coming Out as Vegan
The Cultural Overlap of Being Vegan and Queer

Taking New Roots
From the Peak of “Success,” Elise and Anna Choose to Redefine It

The Art in the Details
For Eric Goujou, True Hospitality
Blurs the Line between Work and Pleasure

Redefining the Routine
Home Cooking and Queer Family-Making
in Jessica Battilana’s Repertoire

Fortunes that Flavor the Bold and the Brave

How to Open a Restaurant—or Twelve
Inside a Creative Process that Requires Being
Pragmatic, Laser-Focused, and Sensitive

Issue 6 Endpapers

112 Pages

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