KITCHEN CREATIVITY Panel Discussion with Celebrated Chefs Amanda Cohen, Damon Baehrel, and Michael Anthony

Friday, January 12, 2018

If you weren’t able to join us for the recent panel discussion Karen Page moderated around our brand-new book KITCHEN CREATIVITY at Rizzoli in New York City, never fear — you can listen to the insights of acclaimed chefs Amanda Cohen (of Dirt Candy), Damon Baehrel (of Damon Baehrel), and 2015 James Beard Foundation Outstanding Chef Award winner Michael Anthony (of Gramercy Tavern) here:

And if you’re curious about some of the insider references therein:

– Karen has celebrated her birthday every recent May with “CBS This Morning” legal analyst Rikki Klieman (wife of former NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton, who was also in attendance at Rizzoli) at Gramercy Tavern.

– The first vegetarian restaurant to earn a two-star review from The New York Times was Bart Potenza and Joy Pierson‘s Candle 79 in Manhattan.  (Potenza and Pierson attended the Rizzoli event.)

– The Ayurvedic chef-restaurateur featured in KITCHEN CREATIVITY and in attendance at Rizzoli was Divya Alter of the acclaimed Ayurvedic restaurant Divya’s Kitchen and the Ayurvedic cooking school Bhagavat Life in Manhattan.

Top left: Mike Anthony, Karen Page, Damon Baehrel, and Amanda Cohen; Center: Former NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton, Karen Page, Andrew Dornenburg, and “CBS This Morning” legal analyst Rikki Klieman; Bottom left: Candle 79 co-owners Bart Potenza and Joy Pierson

KITCHEN CREATIVITY was named one of the best cookbooks of 2017 in media from Forbes to The Washington Post, and ranked by EatYourBooks.com as the #2 non-recipe food book of 2017.  It won the 2018 Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Food Writing – U.S.

Moderator Karen Page is the author of KITCHEN CREATIVITY.

Amanda Cohen is the chef-owner of Dirt Candy in New York City, and the author of Dirt Candy.

Damon Baehrel is the chef-owner of Damon Baehrel in Earlton, NY, and the author of Native Harvest.

Michael Anthony is the chef-partner of Gramercy Tavern in New York City, and the author of V is for Vegetables. 

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