KITCHEN CREATIVITY Named by PLATE‘s Maggie Hoffman As One of “The Best Fall and Winter Cookbooks for Chefs”
“[Karen] Page points out the patterns in how great dishes come about, encouraging readers to recognize the pressures and accidents that often result in something wonderful, as well as the self-reflection and experimentation required to get there.”
–Maggie Hoffman, in her review of KITCHEN CREATIVITY in Plate magazine
We’re delighted that our new book KITCHEN CREATIVITY: Unlocking Culinary Genius–with Wisdom, Inspiration, and Ideas from the World’s Most Creative Chefs was just named by Plate magazine’s Maggie Hoffman as one of the 11 best fall and winter cookbooks for chefs of 2017.
She writes, “This new tome from Karen Page, author of THE FLAVOR BIBLE, aims to spark chefs’ creativity. Page gathers insights both philosophical and practical from famed chefs: Kyle Connaughton of Sonoma’s Single Thread, for example, muses on the differing role of creativity in cooking in Japan and the US, while Tal Ronnen and Scot Jones of Crossroads in L.A. discuss the nuts-and-bolts development of their vegan ‘seafood’ tower. Page points out the patterns in how great dishes come about, encouraging readers to recognize the pressures and accidents that often result in something wonderful, as well as the self-reflection and experimentation required to get there.”
On Plate magazine’s list, KITCHEN CREATIVITY is in the fine company of books including wd-50: A Restaurant in Recipes by Wylie Dufresne with Peter Meehan; Moto: The Cookbook by Homaro Cantu; State Bird Provisions by Stuart Brio0za and Nicole Krasinski with JJ Goode; Cheers to the Publican by Paul Kahan and Cosmo Goss with Rachel Holtzman; Guerrilla Tacos by Wesley Avila with Richard Parks III; Kristen Kish Cooking by Kristen Kish with Meredith Erickson; Juhu Beach Club Cookbook by Preeti Mistry with Sarah Henry; Home Grown by Matt Jennings with Jessica Battilana; Pok Pok by Andy Ricker with JJ Goode; and Modernist Bread by Nathan Mhyrvold and Francisco Migoya.
KITCHEN CREATIVITY is due to hit the shelves at better bookstores everywhere on Tuesday, October 31st. [And if you’re a journalist interested in seeing an advance review copy, please contact Little, Brown publicist Zea Moscone at email@example.com.]
Plate magazine celebrates the chef’s craft with recipes, creative ideas, and restaurant news, driven by the motto “Take Food Further.” Visit plateonline.com.