Looking for meals that will appeal to everyone around the table? This book – the first of its kind – is the perfect solution, with 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. With “real life” photography from the chefs’ own kitchens, much of which has been taken by the chefs themselves, and charming specially-commissioned illustrations from Stein, 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. A peek behind the curtain at what the world’s most exciting chefs actually make at home – perfect for home cooks at all skill and experience levels.
About the Author
Joshua David Stein is a restaurant critic, food journalist, author, and editor. He has co-written food books (Food & Beer, Notes from a Young Black Chef, The Nom Wah Cookbook) and children’s books (Can I Eat That?, Can You Eat That?, What’s Cooking?). He is contributing editor to Fatherly and author of To Me, He was Just Dad: Stories of Growing Up with Famous Fathers. He lives in Brooklyn.
About the Publisher
Headquartered in London and New York City, Phaidon is the premier global publisher of the creative arts with over 1,500 titles in print. Working with the world’s most influential artists, chefs, writers and thinkers, Phaidon produces innovative books on art, photography, design, architecture, fashion, food and travel, as well as illustrated books for children.