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Coffee

A Whole Latte Love!

The story of coffee is said to begin in 850CE with an Ethiopian goatherd called Kaldi, who discovered the beloved bean. Today, it’s the world’s most popular drink; more than two billion cups of coffee are consumed each day on Earth – and astronauts are even brewing espresso in space. In this edition, we look at the bizarre, funny and problematic history of coffee – and how to enjoy a more sustainable cup.

More highlights in our edition:

  • Oasis’ Noel Gallagher rails against middle-class rock music, Brexit and brother Liam in an entertaining Letter to My Younger Self.
  • Bestselling author Rebecca F. Kuang on her hot new novel Yellowface, a satirical takedown of the ills of the publishing industry.
  • Actor John Goodman talks church, faith and the new season of TV’s The Righteous Gemstones.
  • Deputy editor Sinéad Stubbins learns to love coffee – and finds a community along the way.
  • Writer Amanda McLeod goes on a family road trip…with her coffee machine!
  • In The Big Picture, photographer Leah Frances takes us on a nostalgic tour of American diners.
  • Amid the chaos of moving house, RVG frontwoman Romy Vager talks about the Melbourne band’s latest album.
  • Plus, in Tastes Like Home, Asylum Seeker Resource Centre CEO and founder Kon Karapanagiotidis shares his mum’s recipe for Egg and Lemon Soup – comfort in a bowl.

 

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