Raw, by acclaimed Icelandic cook Solla Eiriksdóttir, was first published in 2016, when the concept of raw food was relatively new.
Now a widely accepted route to healthy eating, her book features 75 healthy and delicious mainly raw recipes, introducing readers to an approach to ethical and sustainable eating that has found its way into the everyday diets of people around the world. Divided into five chapters - breakfast, snacks, light lunches, main dishes, and sweet treats - the book abounds with bright, fresh tastes such as turmeric tostadas, quinoa pizza, kelp noodles with tofu, and vegan vanilla ice cream.
- Award-wining cook Solla Eiríksdóttir is the owner of Gló in Reykjavik - Iceland's most popular vegetarian and raw-food restaurant. She opened Gló twenty years ago, and today runs five successful restaurants, an organic market, and her own organic food brand.
She has published five cookbooks and her cuisine has gained an international reputation.
Key Selling Points - Now available in paperback - bringing this exciting, groundbreaking recipe collection to a new audience of health-conscious home cooks - Every recipe in this delicious selection of plant- based dishes is vegetarian, and many are raw, vegan, and/or gluten-free, making it ideally suited for a wide range of appetites and dietary requirements - The approach capitalizes on the global movement toward vegetable-based cuisine - which has now evolved from a food trend to a genuine lifestyle preference for millions of people around the world - Gorgeous photographs exemplify the book's focus on simple ingredients and clean living
Nordic culture is renowned for its love of baking and baked goods: hot coffee is paired with cinnamon buns laced with cardamom, and cold winter nights are made cozier with the warmth of the oven. No one is better equipped to explore this subject than acclaimed chef Magnus Nilsson. In The Nordic Baking Book, Nilsson delves into all aspects of Nordic home baking - modern and traditional, sweet and savoury - with recipes for everything from breads and pastries to cakes, cookies, and holiday treats.
Key Selling Points - Follows Nilsson's influential and internationally bestselling Fäviken and The Nordic Cookbook - Nilsson travelled extensively throughout the Nordic region - Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden - collecting recipes and documenting the landscape - Includes everything from classics such as rye bread, cinnamon buns, and Norwegian flatbreads, to less familiar treats including Icelandic Air Cookies, Lemon Moon Cake, and Coconut Dreams - all of which are achievable for home cooks - The photographs in the book have been shot by Nilsson - now an established photographer following his successful exhibitions in the US - No other book on Nordic baking is as comprehensive and informative
Breakfast is the most important - and comforting - time of day for billions of people everywhere. Here, for the first time, a collection of hundreds of home-cooking recipes celebrates morning meals as they're prepared in kitchens across the globe. Each recipe is accessible and straightforward, with notes offering cultural context and culinary insight.
Whether it's sweet or not, classic or regional, it's here: Egyptian Ful Medames (stewed fava beans); Mexican Chilaquiles; Chinese Pineapple Buns; American Scones; Scottish Morning Rolls;
And so much more.
Witty, candid, and insightful: a chef's ode to his extraordinary restaurant, and a fascinating commentary on food culture.
In 2019, Magnus Nilsson closed Fäviken, his one-of-a-kind restaurant in remote Sweden - a diffi cult decision, as it was close to his heart and at the height of its success. Here is the Fäviken story: how it became a world-class destination, how the industry it was a part of has changed, and why Magnus eventually elected to pursue new projects. His musings on topics from creative theory and sustainability to family and fame accompany 100+ memorable recipes from Magnus's remarkable Fäviken tenure.
A long-awaited second cookbook from celebrated architectural designer John Pawson and his wife Catherine.
Home Farm is the Pawson family's base in the heart of the English countryside. Five years in the making, the beautiful house was built to unite friends and relatives in a bucolic, simple setting. In this personal, inspiring recipe collection John and Catherine share 100 favorite dishes, all fundamental to their home-cooking - and entertaining - repertoire. The result speaks beautifully of food shared and enjoyed in a space designed to accommodate and adapt to the seasonal shift in cooking and eating.
Get to know 100 of the most exciting rising-star chefs from around the world - as selected by 20 culinary masters.
The international dining scene is a vast, evershifting landscape, and Today's Special is perfectly positioned to help readers navigate it. Twenty of the globe's leading chef-curators - 10 men and 10 women - have each selected fi ve emerging chefs from around the world, showcasing a variety of styles of food, restaurants, and personalities. Each of the 100 selected chefs is profi led, with recipes, photographs, and menus, plus original commissioned essays that shed light on what makes a standout star in today's culinary realm.
The extraordinary cuisine of Peruvian chef Virgilio Martínez, one of the most admired emerging talents in the culinary world This exquisite monograph from acclaimed Peruvian chef Virgilio Martínez follows the innovative and exciting tasting menu at his signature restaurant, Central, in Lima. Organized by altitude, each chapter highlights recipes, food, and documentary photographs, together with personal essays. His journeys and life as a chef are motivated by his insatiable curiosity and passion for the biodiversity of his land.
"At Central we cook ecosystems." -Virgilio Martínez
Vegan: The Cookbook is the definitive and most comprehensive cookbook of traditional and authentic home cooking vegan dishes from around the world. Whether you are vegan, vegetarian, or simply wanting to eat less meat, here are more than 450 recipes from more than 150 countries, all of which were visited by the author. These plant-based recipes are for starters, mains, and desserts and made with readily-available ingredients that are naturally delicious - for everyone at the table. Phaidon's internationally successful and beloved culinary bible series now moves into a single-subject volume for the first time.
- Jean-Christian Jury is a vegan and raw-food chef from Toulouse, France. In 2008, he opened La Mano Verde in Berlin, Germany, his first vegan restaurant, and received praise from Saveur and Rodale's Organic Life, and many international publications.
He now lives in Los Angeles, California, where he is developing La Mano Verde.
Key Selling Points - The most comprehensive guide to the world's vegan cuisines - dip into this lavish collection to expand your recipe repertoire, whether you are vegan, vegetarian, or simply looking to eat less meat - Over 450 tasty vegan recipes - each tested for accuracy and simplicity for the home cook - from more than 150 countries, all of which were visited when researching this book - The author is a chef with nearly two decades of experience of travelling and cooking vegan cuisine and enjoys a host of celebrity devotees - Phaidon's successful regional bible category - a proven success model - now moves into a single-subject volume for the first time - The plant-based diet continues to see increased interest and is growing rapidly in popularity
The first cookbook from acclaimed chef Jeremy Charles takes readers on a journey to Canada's rugged east coast - where wildness has a profound influence on the tasting menu at Charles's acclaimed restaurant, Raymonds, nestled in the historic port at St. John's. The book's more than 160 recipes spotlight the local fare: cod, shellfish, moose, game, wild edibles, and more. Charles has written a story to accompany each recipe, along with essays about the people and landscape that define his remarkable approach to modern coastal cuisine.
The ultimate canvas for sweet and savoury culinary creativity. 50 seasonal recipes that reimagine the «bread and butter» of cuisine with simple ingredients in surprising ways - As simple or as sophisticated as you want it to be, but always comforting and nourishing.
Toast is perfect for those looking for seasonal, market-inspired recipes, or gourmet treats presented in an approachable manner - With something for every palette and occasion, this is the ideal book for new and seasoned cooks alike and everyone from college students and recent graduates, to newlyweds and empty nesters Artisanal toast is a hit in the media with features on Today, GMA, and NPR, and on the pages of The New Yorker, San Francisco Chronicle, Guardian, and Bon Appétit
In the countryside outside Melbourne, Chef Dan Hunter has transformed a rustic farmhouse into the award-winning Brae, one of Australia's most exciting dining destinations. Brae attracts diners from around the world with its fine-dining approach to hyper-local cuisine. In this, his first book, Hunter explores the theme of place and its impact on him and on his unique style of cooking.
Set against the dramatic backdrop of Australia's landscape, his story is reflected in lush colour photography of his food and the environment.
- Brae chef and owner Dan Hunter has worked internationally in the kitchens of some of the world's most acclaimed restaurants, including as head chef at Mugaritz, Spain. Before opening Brae, Dan led the kitchen of Dunkeld's Royal Mail Hotel, where he developed his first intensive organic kitchen- garden programme and took the establishment to its three-hat status. In December 2013, Brae was opened to critical acclaim.
Chef Rodolfo Guzmán serves a dynamic, wildly imaginative tasting menu at his acclaimed Santiago restaurant Boragó, using only native Chilean ingredients - often reinventing his courses mid-service. The book combines his fascinating narratives about Chilean geography and ingredients, his never-before-published notebook sketches of dishes and creative processes, and gorgeous landscape and food photographs that introduce readers to the distinctive pleasures of Chilean culture and cuisine. This is rounded off by Guzmán's selection of more than 80 savoury and sweet recipes exclusively chosen from the menu at Boragó.
- Rodolfo Guzmán is a native Chilean who has cooked in globally renowned restaurants, including Mugaritz. Since he opened Boragó in Santiago in 2006, he has become a major figure in the world of gastronomy.
Andoni Luis Aduriz is the globally admired chef of Mugaritz and one of Spain's most talented and innovative culinary minds.
Andrea Petrini is an essayist, journalist, food curator, and the Road Manager of the culinary band GELINAZ!
Key Selling Points - The first high-end gastronomy cookbook in English from a Chilean chef - celebrates both his distinctive cuisine and Chile's status as a must-see destination - Guzmán is a fast-rising star chef who has received global acclaim, ranked #36 by the World's 50 Best and #2 in Latin America - Guzmán and Boragó have been featured widely in international press, including Saveur, T Magazine, The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and a 20-page feature in Fool
Aska is the first book from chef Fredrik Berselius, who was awarded two Michelin stars within six months of opening his restaurant in 2016. This chef monograph takes the reader on his journey to New York City from Sweden, finding a 1860s Brooklyn warehouse, and conceiving every aspect of his restaurant, far beyond the food. At Aska, Berselius has created an intimate dining experience with a seasonally driven ambitious tasting menu. This book celebrates his Nordic- inspired dishes with 40 recipes, evocative personal writing, and stunning photography.
Journal is a candid, highly personal document of the creative processes at Noma and the challenges faced by its chefs over a twelve- month period in an unspecified year of the restaurant's history. After a month of vacation, Redzepi made a resolution to keep this journal and to dedicate a year to the creativity and wellbeing at Noma. The result: an unusually candid, and often witty, insight into the inner workings of one of the most creative minds in the food industry today.
- Key Selling Points - A Journal recounts the highs and lows of day-to-day life at Noma - from the trials of developing new dishes to the successes and pressures that come with winning the #50 Best restaurant award - Explores wider themes of creativity, the seasons, nature, happiness, and work-life balance - Also includes recipes for key dishes made during that year, with photography by Ditte Isager - After the re-opening of Noma in its new location in 2018, A Journal gives readers the opportunity to look behind the scenes at the original culinary landmark and witness the creative genius of its chefs at work - Follows René Redzepi's breakthrough bestselling cookbooks Noma (2010) and A Work in Progress (2013), both published by Phaidon
For many chefs, their gardens are a direct extension of their kitchens. Whether a small rooftop in the city for growing herbs and spices, or a larger plot with fruit trees and vegetables, these fertile spots provide the ingredients and inspiration for countless seasonal dishes.
Here, for the first time, The Garden Chef presents fascinating stories and more than 100 signature recipes from the kitchen gardens of 40 of the world's best chefs, both established and emerging talents, with a wealth of beautiful images to provide visual inspiration.
A treasure trove of essays, recipes, and images exploring the people and food of Marfa and its premier restaurant, The Capri.
Cooking in Marfa introduces an unusual small town in the West Texas desert and, within it, a fine-dining oasis in a most unlikely place. The Capri excels at serving the spectrum of guests that Marfa draws, from locals and ranchers to artists, museum-board members, and discerning tourists. Featuring more than 80 recipes inspired by local products, this is the story of this unique community told through the lens of food, sharing the cuisine and characters that make The Capri a destination unto itself.
A personal chef monograph, and the first book, from globally-acclaimed chef Ana Roš of Hiša Franko in Slovenia.
Set near the Italian border in Slovenia's remote Soca valley, in the foothills of mountains and beside a turquoise river full of trout, Ana Roš tells the story of her life. Through essays, recollections, recipes, and photos, she shares the idyllic landscape that inspires her, the abundant seasonal ingredients from local foragers, the tales of fishing and exploring, and the evolution of her inventive and sophisticated food at Hiša Franko - where she has elevated Slovenian food and become influential in the global culinary landscape.
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Looking for meals that will appeal to everyone around the table? Cooking for Your Kids is the perfect solution: 100 recipes - breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner, treats - from the repertoires of world-famous chefs who cook for their children at home. Charming first-person stories offer a glimpse into their private lives as they strive to raise adventurous (and healthy) eaters. The chefs explain why each dish is much-loved, highlight how ingredients can expand palates, reveal insider tips, and share their work-life balance challenges.
The concept of eating insects has taken off in recent years in the West, with media coverage ranging from sensationalist headlines to passionate press pieces about the economic benefits. Yet little has been written about how they taste, how diverse they are as ingredients, and how to prepare them as food. On Eating Insects is the first book to take a holistic look at the subject, presenting essays on the cultural, political, and ecological significance of eating insects, alongside stories from the field, tasting notes, and recipes by the Nordic Food Lab.
- Nordic Food Lab is a non-profit, open-source organization that investigates food diversity and deliciousness. It combines scientific and humanistic approaches with international culinary techniques to explore the Nordic region's edible potential. Josh Evans (lead researcher 2012-2016), Roberto Flore (head of culinary research and development) and Michael Bom Frøst (director) have been researching eating insects for three and a half years.
Key Selling Points - The fascinating subject matter combined with beautiful photography and recipes make this book perfect for chefs, foodies, and those interested in the ecological and cultural aspects of eating insects - Consumer interest in this topic has grown rapidly over the last few years, with mid-level restaurants beginning to serve insects on their menus, and supermarkets stocking insect-based snacks and seasonings - Features a foreword by René Redzepi and an introduction by Mark Bomford, director of the Yale Sustainable Food Project
Fresh vegetables are an integral part of Greek cuisine, and The Greek Vegetarian Cookbook showcases an array of delicious meatless breakfasts, soups, salads, vegetables, grains, and desserts. Drawing inspiration from all over Greece, the book simplifies this hugely popular cuisine with easily achievable, nourishing recipes so satisfying and tasty that they appeal to vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Introductions to each recipe often provide additional information on ingredients and serving suggestions and many suggest variations to the dish itself.
From all appearances, The Sportsman, in Whitstable, Kent, is a standard English seaside pub. Following years of hard work, Stephen Harris has transformed this bucolic locale into an internationally acclaimed restaurant serving innovative regional cuisine that has earned it the top spot in Britain - and a cult following around the world.
The simple, stylish recipes in Harris's debut cookbook epitomize all that's great about British cooking, and showcase his pared-back style, while his personal writings and memorabilia provide rare insight into an extraordinary life.
- Stephen Harris, a former historian and financial advisor, is the chef behind The Sportsman, voted Best Restaurant in the UK in 2016.
Key Selling Points.
- Harris uses the best of local, seasonal ingredients to create exceptional dishes with a strong sense of place - recipes are divided into chapters following Harris's concept of Kentish 'terroir':
The Sea; The Salt Marshes; The Farms;
The Woodlands and Hedgerows; The Gardens;
And The Orchards.
- Mixing age-old and modern techniques, this book will show home cooks how to perfect more than 50 British classics.
- Harris's engaging text introduces the reader to the rich culinary history of the area, which was first recorded in the Domesday Book in 1086.
- The Sportsman has become a cult favourite among foodies - one of the UK's top culinary destinations, it's booked out months in advance.
Chicken is the world's best-loved meat, and yakitori is one of the simplest, healthiest ways to cook it. At Yardbird in Hong Kong, Canadian chef Matt Abergel has put yakitori on the global culinary map. Here, in vivid style, with strong visual references to Abergel's passion for skateboarding, he reveals the magic behind the restaurant's signature recipes, together with detailed explanations of how they source, butcher, skewer, and cook the birds. Fire up the grill and enjoy - with no need for special equipment. The first comprehensive book about yakitori published in English, Yardbird will appeal to home cooks and professional chefs alike.
Will Goldfarb showcases a menu of desserts and fine pastry work at Room 4 Dessert in Ubud, Bali, with an approach inspired by his stunning surroundings and ingredients. In this, his first book, Goldfarb lifts the curtain on his creativity, revealing the simple processes that form the basis of his standout desserts, exploring taste, texture, and ingredients. Home cooks will master perfect pastry, silky-smooth mousses, and rich ice creams, before entering 'The Lab', where Goldfarb will explain how he turns these basics into his stunning masterpieces.
- Critically acclaimed by industry professionals and peers alike, Will Goldfarb has worked in the kitchens of famous names such as Ferran Adrià, Tetsuya Wakuda, Paul Liebrandt, and Morimoto. Originally from Port Washington, New York, Goldfarb trained at Le Cordon Bleu before working at elBulli. After having opened Room 4 Dessert in New York, he then relocated the restaurant to Bali - and is expanding internationally.
Key Selling Points - The first book to spotlight a true innovator whose creations combine new tastes and techniques in exciting, one-of-a-kind ways that have put him on the culinary map - and have made his restaurant one of the hottest dessert destinations on the globe - Examines his dessert pantry from a locavore perspective - provenance, taste profiles, new approaches, and much more - that reflects Goldfarb's experience on three continents - 'The Lab' explores how and why certain tastes and textures work together, and examines the importance of creating a balance, from salty to sour, sweet to bitter, and so on - For home cooks as well as for those looking for challenging recipes and creative inspiration
Forget the restaurant guides with entries chosen by a panel of 'experts'. This 1,184-page guide is by the real specialists, featuring over 3,000 recommendations for more than 4,500 restaurants in more than 70 countries from more than 650 of the world's best chefs, including: Jason Atherton, Shannon Bennett, Helena Rizzo, Stephen Harris, Yotam Ottolenghi, Yoshihiro Narisawa, and hundreds more. And, with a new international slate of editors, this third version is more comprehensive than ever.