Jay Rayner takes his turn at the memorial podium, reflecting on his time at Gourmet, the changes of the Ruth Reichl regime, and most of all, the "entirely staggering" loss of the market leader: "Gourmet was a magazine people collected. It was a habit ... Working for Gourmet was like flying the Atlantic first class. It ruined you for other food magazines. It wasn't just the pay ... It was also the awe inspiring heft of the operation." [Guardian]
Building a successful co-op should also be "rooted in justice, equity, and a holistic view of the world"