Serving size: Four
Wipe the mushrooms clean and remove the tough stem. Preheat a grill or grill pan to medium heat. In a shallow pan, mix together the soy sauce/tamari, maple, oil, splash of citrus and pepper. Add the mushrooms and rub the marinade into all of the surfaces. Let them sit for 5-10 minutes to soak it up.
Using a julienne peeler or vegetable peeler, shave the carrots and cucumber into thin or thick shreds respectively. Put them in a large mixing bowl with the red onion. Make a quick dressing by whisking together the tahini, soy sauce/tamari, sesame oil and vinegar. Pour it over the vegetables and toss to coat. Add the chopped mint and cilantro and give it all one more toss.
Grill the mushrooms for 5 minutes on each side or until they are soft throughout. Grill or warm the buns.
To assemble the burger, smash half of an avocado on the bottom of the bun, top with the grilled mushroom and a big scoop of the asian slaw. Spread a bit of sriracha mayo on the top side bun and enjoy.
Amsterdam-based Olaf Hussein offers high quality denim items that remain true to its classic form, whilst providing a subtle luxury which sets the tone for the brand.
Big Man by Julius Onah is a story about, Uzoma, who loves playing games with his little brother. However, in spite of his father’s warnings, he find out that simple games have serious consequences.
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1. Lady (Hear Me Tonight) by Modjo
2. Nosetalgia by Pusha T x Kendrick Lamar
3. Double Bubble Trouble by M.I.A.
4. 3005 by Childish Gambino
5. Lonely Is The Night by Billy Squier
6. Berlin by RY X
7. Colour My World by Chicago
8. I Can’t Wait by Nu Shooz
9. Genius of Love by Tom Tom Club
10. Tom’s Diner by Suzanne Vega x DNA
11. Soul Kitchen by The Doors
12. I Awake by Sarah Blasko
13. Scar by Cloud Control
14. Two Against One by Danger Mouse x Jack White x Daniele Luppi
15. Put A Little Love In You Heart by Leonard Nimoy
Cartier (with a little help from Bibo Bergeron) are back with their fourth instalment of the Winter Tale series. Just shy of two minutes this short film set in Paris takes us on a magical journey through 1920s.
Pickles, Pigs & Whiskey by John Currence is his first cookbook which gives us 130 recipes of his three favourite food groups, that illustrate why Southern food is finally recognised as the driving force in the American culinary movement today.
"What Will You Leave Behind?" is an exhibition by Nino Sarabutra in which he fills the gallery floor with more than 100,000 miniature porcelain skulls and invites you to walk on them. The premise behind the exhibition is about exploring the idea of death in contrast with our connection to a living, physical world.
Brooklyn based designer Bec Brittain introduces her latest work titled Helix, which uses custom brass and LED tubes on a central tube so that the light can be individualised according to the use required.
G.M.S. Limited by Masunaga. Masunga is one of the oldest eyewear manufacturers but consistently produce some of the best looking eyewear. The frame is inspired by a past style the company presented to the emperor of Japan and is a mix of solid 18k gold, beta-titanium, and bamboo.
The Stoneware Lighting Collection by Adam Cornish is influenced by the Japanese philosophy of Wabi-Sabi. Each light is completely handmade, using materials sourced locally. The light has been designed to be completely recyclable so that all the components can be separated, and put into their own individual waste streams, reducing the products environmental footprint.
'One of Us' is a collection of origami portraits by Giacomo Favilla and Francesca Lombardi. You can see the series along with other works, from 28 November 2013 to 16 February 2014 at The Book Club, London.
Blue Is The Warmest Colour by acclaimed French filmmaker Abdellatif Kechiche is a stunning and trenchant love story based on Julie Maroh’s graphic novel. The film was a sensation at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, even before it was awarded the Palme d’Or and will be released later this month on Friday 22 November.