The printed course
New gastro themed publications
A selection celebrating the International Day of the Book and of course our local Sant Jordi. Gourmet and design conscious.
Where Chefs Eat (Phaidon). Joe Warwick collects the favourite places to go eat for more than 400 chefs from around the world, when they choose to eat elsewhere. For breakfast or late dinner, in the neighbourhood or others that are worth making a trip, the typical, the economical and the expensive, and one that each chef would have liked to own.
Transition Menu (Corraini Edizioni). Documenting the exhibition "The Food Project. The Shape of Taste", put together by Martí Guixé according to his own particular criterion that covers everything from the art of cooking to its visual presentation.
Edible Selby (Abrams). Todd Selby after having specialised in interiors photography points his lens back into the private and professional kitchens of more than 40 of the most dynamic and creative figures on the global gastronomic scene. Including recipes and magnet illustrations to decorate the fridge door.
El Celler de Can Roca (Librooks). The definitive work of Roca brothers’ restaurant. History, philosophy, techniques, values, inspirations, creative processes, over 90 detailed recipes as well as a catalogue explaining more than 240 outstanding dishes.
La Cuina dels cartells modernistes (Galerada). Two chefs representing two separate generations, Carles Gaig and David Heras, in conversation about all things culinary featuring 30 Modernista posters selected by art critic Daniel Giralt-Miracle that incorporate explanatory references regarding food.
Nathan Myhrvold and Maxime Bilet, two of the authors of the 6 encyclopaedic volumes under the Modernist Cuisine title have now published this book for home cooks generously illustrated, with 406 recipes aimed at all levels, explained step by step in a water proof booklet.
Source: Dones Gourmet de Catalunya