Part lifestyle magazine, part coffee-table cookbook, the Journal is a biannual publication that chronicles Jan Hendrik and his team’s creative journey. Every issue comprises around 300 pages filled with over 50 tried-and-tested recipes and a variety of stories about everything ranging from food and ingredients to an appreciation of the finer things.
VOLUME 1In the début issue, Jan Hendrik reveals the recipes behind some of his most innovative creations, served at his Michelin-star restaurant, JAN, and featured on his television show. An epicurean voyage of discovery awaits, exploring the big wide world of what we eat and where it comes from, with a special focus on South African ingredients and recipes.
VOLUME 2As ever, JAN the Journal Volume 2 is a collector’s item. Boasting a collection of the finest art photography, foolproof recipes and entertaining and informative stories, the Journal looks equally as good on your bookshelf as it does on your coffee table.
VOLUME 3Volume 3 of JAN the Journal blows in a fresh gust of culinary inspiration. As ever, the Journal brings you to a pause, allowing you to think, to dream, and to allow things to pass. Throughout the pages of this beautiful volume, a theme of decay emerges that leads us to consider our intriguing relationship with this aspect of food – or indeed of life – the fermentation of food and wine, and its preservation.
VOLUME 4The most fabulous issue yet! As JAN the Journal comes of age at the end of its second year, my team and I indulge in a bit of glamour.
VOLUME 5In this volume of JAN the Journal, we captured stories from across France, literally one month before the world was turned on its head, and continued to craft this beautiful book during the lockdown.
VOLUME 6JAN the Journal Volume 6 draws inspiration from the magic and myth of the African continent — starting with a case for the Great South African Road Trip as the book journeys from the Karoo to the Kalahari. We later visit an exotic date farm on the Namibian border as well as the local artisans of the region, and even revive the legend of the Lost City of the Kalahari while spinning a yarn about the discovery of a collection of innovative culinary artefacts left behind by an ancient civilisation. But amidst the romance, the book also investigates important topics such as honey production in South Africa, the country’s proud Muscadel heritage, and even the realities of living off the grid. The book also reveals the inspiration and design behind KLEIN JAN, which has never before been made public.
VOLUME 7After seven issues, the Journal has become your chronicle as much as it has been ours. JAN the Journal Volume Seven will be available soon – very soon.
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