Photo 2 Pavlova Mixing

PIROUETTES AND PAVLOVAS Written by Samantha Molnar Photography by Madeline Gill Edited by Mateo Jarrín Cuvi – Sometimes I can’t talk. When I can’t talk, I dance. Sure, some people may see my graceful movements as erratic, uncontrolled gesticulating, but to the trained eye, I am conveying a complex range of emotions in a unique … Continue reading

Flavours: She’ll Come Out Swinging

by Mateo Jarrín Cuvi Grecia, my aunt’s pint-sized cook back in Quito, makes one mean empanada. We’re not talking here of the typical flour-based crust filled with meat, chicken or vegetables common to Argentina, Chile, or Bolivia, and delicious in their own right. Her empanadas de verde, fried green plantain turnovers stuffed with cheese that … Continue reading

FLAVOURS: Tasty Little Friends


Tasty Little Friends by Mateo Jarrín Cuvi  Growing up, I associated the word “olive” to many things but the savory almond-shaped fruit. For instance, it recalled the first few verses of Federico Garcia Lorca’s poem Romance Sonámbulo, the wind, the branches, the gypsy woman’s flowing hair and dark flesh, all in my mind in various … Continue reading

FLAVOURS: Drop the Balaclavas, Let’s Make Some Baklava!


Welcome to Flavours, Fluster Magazine’s brand new series on the wonderful world of food. Each month Flavours will introduce you to unique and tasty ingredients, dishes and beverages from across the globe via short blog posts that combine humor, infinite knowledge and a slew of photographs borrowed from our generous and heterogeneous Flickr group. Our main … Continue reading

Showcase: Giulia Grazia Guardo


Intervista di Giulia Bertelli [Scroll down for English translation] Vivi a Wonderland, come si sta lì? E’ quasi primavera come nel nostro mondo grigio? Ti dirò i bianconigli non sono più quelli di una volta ed adesso per accelerare i tempi hanno orologi da polso in gomma fluo e non più in argento versione da … Continue reading

FLAVOURS: BENTO – Il cibo come spettacolo, lo spettacolo del cibo (Bento – Art as food, food as art)

Il Bento – Il cibo come spettacolo, lo spettacolo del cibo  (Scroll down for ENGLISH TRANSLATION) di Bogo Alberto Se il Giappone ha da sempre subito il fascino dell’occidente, arrivandone ad archiviare miti e mode con dedizione spesso maniacale, è vero anche che l’occidente non si accorge certo ora della cultura Giapponese e soprattutto della … Continue reading